In this article DAL Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Travelers wait in line at a Delta Airlines counter at Ronald Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Virginia, on July 19, 2024. Airlines around the world experienced disruption on an unprecedented scale after a widespread global computer outage grounded planes and created chaos at airports. Ting
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Brett Okamoto, ESPN Staff WriterJul 20, 2024, 11:06 PM ET Close MMA columnist for ESPN.com Analyst for “MMA Live” Covered MMA for Las Vegas Sun Open Extended Reactions Virna Jandiroba might have earned herself a UFC title shot Saturday night, and she looked extremely dangerous in doing so. The Brazilian strawweight submitted Amanda Lemos via
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Four people have been found dead in a car involved in a collision in Gloucestershire. The victims – described by police as “four males” – were inside a vehicle that left a road and collided with a tree, police said. The fatal collision happened on the A436 in Ullenwood in the early hours of Sunday.
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A problem with CrowdStrike crippled Microsoft systems and grounded planes at airports around the world last week, but there’s good news hiding in airports, too. Luxavation subsidiary ExecuJet is making real progress decarbonizing ground transport . Luxaviation Group is one of the largest business aircraft and helicopter operators worldwide headquartered in Luxembourg (which is sort
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As Joe Biden faces more calls to step down as the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, division is growing in the party about who should replace him should he go. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who previously ran against Mr Biden in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, has said vice president Kamala Harris is “ready” if he bows
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The so-called “special relationship” between the UK and the US is acted out in the level of cooperation between the two governments and personified in the relationship between the presidents and prime ministers of the day. Voters have thrown together some odd couples since 1946 when, then ex-prime minister, Sir Winston Churchill coined the phrase
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Since 8 October when Hezbollah first fired rockets into Israel in solidarity with Palestinians following the Hamas attacks, the two sides have exchanged nearly 5,000 strikes. The majority have come from Israel – but analysis by Sky News’ Data and Forensics team shows Hezbollah is changing its tactics, with its attacks stretching further into Israeli
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