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SpiceJet signs LOI for up to 50 Bombardier Q400s

SpiceJet signs LOI for up to 50 Bombardier Q400s

Flight Simulation Technique Centre Pvt Ltd. (FSTC), India's largest stand-alone diversified Approved Training Organization, has entered into a data license agreement with Bombardier , and has ordered a Q400 Full Flight Simulator from FlightSafety International to provide support to Q400 aircraft operators.



Britain, EU to discuss Brexit issues in July, September and October

Michel Barnier , the EU's chief negotiator, and David Davis , the UK Brexit minister, stressed after their talks in Brussels that an exit deal was achievable, but both conceded the talks were up against the clock, with Britain set to leave the European Union in March 2019, the FT reported.


How the NSA 'leaker' was tracked down using a printer

How the NSA 'leaker' was tracked down using a printer

NSA contractor Reality Leigh Winner , has been charged by the Justice Department for sending classified material to The Intercept . The Intercept , a digital magazine founded by journalists involved in the release of documents leaked by NSA contractor Edward Snowden , said some material was withheld at US intelligence agencies' request because it wasn't "clearly in the public interest".


Iran kills mastermind behind Tehran attacks

Iran kills mastermind behind Tehran attacks

In a message read at the funeral, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that the attacks will add to what he said was the hatred Iranians harbor towards the United States and Saudi Arabia - a major Sunni power and regional archrival of Shi'ite-ruled Iran.



USA lawmakers weigh enhanced security after baseball field attack

Scalise has remained under sedation, although doctors have lightened the medication at times so that the congressman can communicate with relatives. Hodgkinson died after being shot by police.Members of Congress took the field at Washington's Nationals Park on Thursday night for the game, many wearing hats to honor Scalise.


3300 dead since central Congo conflict began

3300 dead since central Congo conflict began

The U.N. human rights chief is calling for an independent, global probe into hundreds of recent killings in central Congo, pointing to accounts of pregnant women and toddlers hacked to death and faulting the government for failing to protect its citizens.