The Points Guy
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While still known for sporting some of the industry's top onboard bling, Emirates has been flying the Airbus A380 for roughly eight years, so the superjumbo is about due for a refresh. And now we have an idea of what to expect from the carrier's new latest and greatest. At next month's ITB travel trade show in Berlin, Emirates will show off some improvements to its wide-body fleet, including the Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 . Given today's fairly quiet unveiling , I wouldn't be surprised to see a few more details pop up over the next few days, but we do know that the A380's onboard bar will be getting a major refresh, starting with a new A380 that'll begin service in July. First, here's a 360-degree view of the current bar: Emirates President Tim Clark explains the thinking behind the airline's new common area: In our latest revamp, we have taken inspiration from private yacht cabins, and amongst other thoughtful touches, we have increased the seating space, and also made it more intimate and conducive for our passengers to socialise or enjoy our lounge service.
SABC Digital News
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Haaretz
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Only when I saw the Orthodox journalist actually justifying the president’s public verbal assault on him, I understood why so many in my community can’t disengage from Trump.
Daily Mail - Markets
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BBC World News
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Herald Courier
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Voice Of America
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She said one in four of the agency’s prosecutions is a case of abuse of office. President Klaus Iohannis called Romania’s anti-corruption drive, praised by Western allies, “necessary … if we want a modern state,” adding “at the beginning of this year ... (it) was really put to the test.” Iohannis, who supports the anti-corruption drive, said: “Romania is not only a model of good practice, but a source of inspiration for citizens of other countries to publicly show they refuse to accept acts of corruption.”
Forbes
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The ink wasnt even dry on the stunning deal that made Magic Johnson the Lakers’ new president of basketball operations when reporters, pundits and talking heads threw up their hot takes about how this will end in disaster for Los Angeles. Cartoon by Rob Tornoe.
The Hill
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The Hill
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TIME - Top Stories
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The Hill
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The president is going full-steam ahead with the hard-line approach that his team believes fueled his election win.
ABC News - International
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BBC Parliament
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Mr Speaker, I was a strong supporter of the 2030 act which was bitterly opposed by elements in this House, some of them I am sorry to say on our own benches, but it is quite a mother step in the right direction. Would my honourable friend except that in the absolute heart of the concept of will look law is public was going to load it up with some bad dudes, does the government now support President Obama's position of president Trump's position? We should see what the actions are in themselves before we comment on the USA.
The Iran Project
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The Iran Project
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CNN
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I had no idea how right I was, a month ago, when I wrote in The New York Times that American Jews should be wary of their new President.
Voice Of America
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Recent public opinion polls show President Donald Trump's approval ratings hovering around 40 percent, a modern low for a new president. But Trump continues to go to great lengths to please that 40 percent or so of his true believers, and many of them say that despite his controversial start, they are pleased with what they've seen. Trump's effort to cater to his political base was on display at his recent campaign style rally in Florida. After what has been a busy though at times chaotic first month in office, Trump was eager to reconnect with his political base and to keep what he calls his political movement fired up. “This was a truly great movement and I want to be here with you and I will always be with you, I promise you that,” Trump told cheering supporters. One enthusiastic Trump fan, Gene Huber, caught the president's eye and was invited up on stage to say a few words, despite some misgivings from the Secret Service, which protects the president.
BBC News 24
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So I was very happy to be a part of that, and it was a fantastic day. It was so full of fun and wit and good humour and great passion, and a White? It is not just Donald Trump as president, it is the vice president and many of the people in his.
KyivPost
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IBTimes
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Nigerians increasingly concerned as Buhari has been on medical leave in London for more than a month.
Sky News
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He will be there through his term without question. What is fascinating is to see Mike Pence running around Europe saying don't listen to be President, listen to us! We have to leave it there as we join their House of Commons as the chair of the home affairs select committee Yvette Cooper is being asked a question about a British suicide bomber page one million pounds for his detention at Britannia Mowbray.
Proactive Investors USA
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These outcrops were exposed along the main creek with rock channel sampling returningexceptional high grade polymetallic results”. They included 11.5 meters at 16.50% zinc, 6.16% lead, 0.48% copper, 0.55 grams per tonne of gold and 106 grams of silver per tonne. While potentially exciting, and hinting at the future scale of the wider BKM area, the latest data are secondary to the company’s main focus. This is the feasibility study for a 25,000 tonne a year copper mine using a solvent extraction and electrowinning plant. Stephen Hughes, Asiamet’s vice-president for exploration, said: "[We have] always been very excited by the substantial exploration potential in the wider BK area however it has been critical for the company to focus its efforts on progressing the development of the BKM deposit over the past two years. “As the feasibility study on BKM is now in full swing and advancing to plan we have taken the opportunity to re-assess and prioritise those targets with the potential to materially impact the BKM mine life and development schedule.
Sky News
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You can also follow the campaign on Facebook and Twitter. Time now for our daily debate. It's been 33 days since Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. So today we are asking: How successful has Donald Trump's first month been? Joining me to discuss this is Dr Jan Halper-Hayes, who was consultant to Donald Trump's transition team, and Steven Erlanger, the London Bureau chief for the New York Times.