French court fines easyJet over refusal to let disabled passenger board
A French court on Thursday fined British low-cost airline easyJet €60,000 (£52,000) for having refused to allow a disabled passenger to board for “security” reasons. The criminal court in Bayonne, southern France, heard that staff at the budget carrier ...
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Mr. McGuinness, who resigned as deputy first minister of Northern Ireland earlier this month after an internal political dispute, announced his retirement on health grounds.
A transgender woman who offered people the chance to ask "invasive questions" on an internet forum has been overwhelmed by the response.
The disaster came after earthquakes struck the region on Wednesday, prompting officials to close schools and the subway system in Rome as a precaution.
The only black college marching band to play at the Trump inauguration reaches Washington, braving an intense backlash.
Might the search for missing airliner MH370 resume, and if so who would pay for it?
Many of the bosses at the World Economic Forum in Davos are not just obsessed by corporate success, but also physical fitness.
In India, where crimes against women are rampant, a female activist speaks up for harassed men.
As Martin McGuinness steps down, who will take over as Sinn Féin's leader in Northern Ireland?
Models of five artworks, two of which are destined for London’s Fourth Plinth, a sculpture platform on Trafalgar Square, are now at the National Gallery.
France's battered Socialists make last pitch to voters in primary debate
After five grueling years in power, they also sought to dispel the notion that France's fractured and deeply unpopular ruling party is a fading force. Polls suggest its candidate will fail to qualify for the second round of France's presidential ...
Hamon shown winning France's left-wing primaries debate: pollReuters
Hamon gets edge as France Socialists debate once moreDeutsche Welle
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Ben Hubbard, a Mideast correspondent for The Times, tags along with his wife, a storyteller who was invited to Davos as a “Cultural Leader.”
The globalized trade in vehicles, in which Detroit owns European brands and German cars come from Alabama, could make it hard to raise barriers.
The influence and virtues of terroir may be denied in an academic vacuum, but the red wines of Corsica beg to differ.
The founder of WikiLeaks said on Thursday he said he would go if his rights were “protected,” though he is not under public indictment by the United States.
I had gotten a decent man in trouble while pursuing a good story.
The global elites, perplexed by the rise of populism threatening to upend globalization, have expressed worries over what the new political order will mean.
It was a jarring note from the leader of a country leaving the world’s largest free-trade group. She also urged the Davos elite to seriously address inequality.
France to allow under-18s to watch real sex in films
Young people in France will soon be allowed to watch real sex scenes at the cinema, as the government relaxes its film classification laws. Culture minister Audrey Azoulay is set to announce that under-18s will no longer be automatically blocked from ...
France to allow under 18s to watch REAL sex scenes at the moviesThe Local France
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Six years after snub, France's Safran bags seatmaker Zodiac
PARIS French aero engine maker Safran (SAF.PA) on Thursday launched a $9 billion agreed bid for seats manufacturer Zodiac Aerospace (ZODC.PA) to create the world's third-largest aerospace supplier as the industry bulks up to tackle record high output ...
France's Safran to Pay $9 Billion for Aircraft Seat Maker ZodiacYahoo Finance
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