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Two Chinese patrol ships have been sent to islands disputed with Japan, which has sealed a deal to purchase the islands

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Two Chinese patrol ships have been sent to islands disputed with Japan, which has sealed a deal to purchase the islands, China’ state media says. The ships had reached waters near the islands – known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China – to “assert the country’s sovereignty”, Xinhua news agency said. Japan confirmed on Tuesday it had signed a contract to buy thre...

20,000 demonstrators swamped Times Square, stopping traffic, in what was thought to be the largest Occupy demonstration in the US so far

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...ance, Bayan, waving banners reading: “Down with U.S. imperialism” and “Philippines not for sale”. In Taiwan, more than 100 people gathered at the Taipei stock exchange, chanting “we are Taiwan’s 99 percent”, and saying economic growth had only benefited companies while middle-class salaries barely covered soaring housing, education and healthcare costs. In UK, protesters also converged on th...

Joe Biden arrived in Tokyo late on Monday and will then head to Beijing and Seoul during his six-day visit

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...ontrols the islands, which are called Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China. They are also claimed by Taiwan and lie in a strategically important area south of Japan and north of Taiwan. The US has described China’s move as destabilizing. After Tokyo, VP Joe Biden heads to Beijing for talks with President Xi Jinping and then travels on to South Korea. Related search articles:jp ruler com W...

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...Award and the ISEF 2010 Grand Award (both for medicine and health science), and a trip to attend the Taiwan International Science Fair awarded by the National Taiwan Science Education Center.  Angela planned and executed a fundraiser that raised over $5,000 a year for the Monta Vista Interact International Night and has participated in the Jade Ribbon Youth Council to raise awareness about Hepatit...

The Japanese government will pay 2.05 bn yen ($26 million) to buy islands known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China

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...e Shintaro Ishihara to buy them. Japan controls the islands, which lie south of Okinawa and north of Taiwan, but China also claims them, as does Taiwan. Earlier this month, a group of Hong Kong activists landed on one of the islands amid the rumbling row. Japanese nationalists also subsequently visited, sparking protests in several Chinese cities. On Tuesday, two men were held in Beijing for rippi...

The US civilian aircrafts are expected to observe China's rules in its newly-declared air defense zone in the East China Sea

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The US civilian aircrafts are expected to observe China’s rules in its newly-declared air defense zone in the East China Sea. A statement said this did not mean the US accepted China’s requirements in the zone covering territory claimed by China, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. China wants all aircraft there to file flight plans and identify themselves. The US, Japan and South Korea sa...

China has scrambled fighter jets over the disputed islands in East China Sea

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China has scrambled fighter jets over the disputed islands in East China Sea to monitor US and Japanese planes as they flew in its newly declared air defense zone. The zone covers territory claimed by China, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. China said last week that all aircraft crossing through the zone must file flight plans and identify themselves or face “defensive emergency measures̶...

BA is testing reusable luggage tags made from electronic paper

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British Airways intents to replace classic paper tags and is testing reusable luggage tags made from electronic paper. Flight information can be transmitted to the tag via the ticket holder’s smartphone, using data from the airline app stored after digital check-in. Currently operators print off individual paper tags for every bag checked in before each flight. The electronic tags are to be...

Families of the Chinese passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have threatened a hunger strike if the Malaysian authorities fail to provide more accurate information

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Families of the Chinese passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have threatened a hunger strike if the Malaysian authorities fail to provide more accurate information. Relatives vented their anger at a meeting with the airline in Beijing. Officials in Malaysia say they are trying to narrow the search area, which now covers about 2.24 million square nautical miles (7.68 million sq...

An 11-year-old boy from UK boarded a plane from Manchester to Rome on his own without a passport, tickets or boarding pass

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An 11-year-old boy from UK boarded a plane from Manchester to Rome on his own without a passport, tickets or boarding pass. The boy got through a security screen by mingling with families going through Terminal 1 on Tuesday afternoon. He was discovered while the Jet2 plane was in mid-air after passengers became suspicious. A Manchester Airport spokesman said a number of airline staff had been sus...

STA Travel proudly sponsors Sony Picture's Hotel Transylvania by giving you a chance to win a trip for two to tour Transylvania

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...A trip for two to Romania from 06/15/2013 – 06/22/2013 only, including two round-trip, economy class airline tickets from/to the nearest major international airport to winner’s residence in the 48 contiguous United States to Brasov, Romania, on an airline to be determined by the Sponsor (there may be plane changes and stops); 8-days/7-nights of double-occupancy hotel (standard room; room and room...

Inspections of airlines and outside caterers conducted by the FDA have revealed facilities crawling with mice, roaches and ants, and food preparation areas swarming with flies

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...maginative and generally unappetizing, but now there is evidence to suggest that the meals served by airlines are not just lackluster, but they might actually make passengers sick. Inspections of airlines and outside caterers conducted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have revealed facilities crawling with mice, roaches and ants, and food preparation areas swarming with flies. According F...

The Sukhoi Superjet 100 vanished from radar screens 50 minutes after taking off from Jakarta for a brief demonstration flight

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...said. Sukhoi officials have been on an Asia-wide tour in recent months to show off their aircraft to airline firms. The Superjet, a mid-range airliner that can carry up to 100 people, is military plane-maker Sukhoi’s first commercial aviation plane. It was created by a joint venture, majority-owned by Sukhoi, with Italy’s Finmeccanica and a number of other foreign and Russian firms als...

The Bhoja Air plane, believed to be a Boeing 737 carrying 118 passengers and 9 crew members, was making its final approach to the airport when the crash happened

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A Bhoja Air jet carrying up to 127 people has crashed in a residential area near Islamabad international airport in Pakistan. Aviation officials said the plane, flight BHO-213, was flying from Karachi to Islamabad when it crashed in bad weather minutes from landing. Emergency teams are at the crash site, reported to be at Hussain Abad village near Bahria town. There are no reports of survivors. R...

Dawn Wilcox, a disabled army veteran was forced to wet herself and sit in her own urine for hours after airline staff ignored her pleas to use the bathroom

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...n Wilcox, a disabled army veteran was forced to wet herself and sit in her own urine for hours after airline staff ignored her pleas to use the bathroom. Dawn Wilcox, a veteran soldier from Killeen,Texas, is wheelchair bound after an injury while serving in the forces. The woman says American Airlines flight stewards delayed her from getting off the plane to use the restroom. When she then missed...

A London-bound Qantas A380 with 258 on board was forced to divert to Dubai after an engine problem occurred on Friday

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A London-bound Qantas A380 with 258 on board was forced to divert to Dubai after an engine problem occurred on Friday. The incident happen one year since a mid-air engine blowout prompted the Australian airline to ground its entire fleet of Airbus superjumbos for nearly a month. British writer and comedian Stephen Fry was on board flight 31 which landed safely on three engines and immediately beg...

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The British Airways cabin crew of a flight from Miami to London mistakenly announced the plane was going down and they should brace themselves for an emergency water landing. The panic began to spread among the passengers – with many fearing they were about to die – and flight attendant came on over the intercom to apologize, saying the message was played in error. Duncan and Tracey F...

Husband of Vilma Soltesz, the woman who was too big to be flown home from Hungary, where she later died, is to sue Delta and KLM for damages

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...he woman who was too big to be flown home from Europe, where she later died, is to sue Delta and KLM airlines for damages. Vilma Soltesz, who weighed about 420 lbs (193kg), was refused a place on two flights in October. She died of kidney failure before a suitable flight could be found, after refusing treatment from local doctors. Delta Airlines said every effort was made to accommodate her but it...

The black box of Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 that crashed into Mount Salak, killing all 45 people on board, has been found by Indonesian search team

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...untain area. The crash came with Sukhoi officials on an Asia-wide tour to show off their aircraft to airline firms. The Superjet 100, a mid-range airliner that can carry up to 100 people, is military plane-maker Sukhoi’s first commercial aviation plane. It was created by a joint venture, majority-owned by Sukhoi, with Italy’s Finmeccanica and a number of other foreign and Russian firms...

Ryanair should have fully compensated a passenger whose flight was cancelled because of the volcanic ash cloud in 2010

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Irish low-cost airline Ryanair should have fully compensated a passenger whose flight was cancelled because of the volcanic ash cloud in 2010, the EU’s top court has said. On such occasions there is no limit – in time or money – to the airline’s duty to look after its passengers, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled. Denise McDonagh had a 7-day wait for a Faro-Dublin...

The 767-300ER aircraft was arriving from the Iranian city of Mashhad with 315 people on board

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At least 29 people have been injured, three of them seriously, after Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 767 has made an emergency landing in the city of Medina, officials say. The 767-300ER aircraft was arriving from the Iranian city of Mashhad with 315 people on board. Aviation officials said the rear right-side landing gear had failed to deploy. The plane had reportedly been leased out to carry pilg...

Richard Branson lifted up his kilt to the watching crowd to reveal pants bearing the slogan “stiff competition” as he stepped off the first Virgin plane at Edinburgh airport from Heathrow

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Richard Branson lifted up his kilt to the watching crowd to reveal pants bearing the slogan “stiff competition” as he stepped off the first Virgin plane at Edinburgh airport from Heathrow. The Virgin Atlantic president performed his latest publicity stunt as he promoted his company’s expansion into Scotland. “Stiff competition” alluded to Richard Branson’s newly launched domestic service, Little...

Airbus has won an order from JAL for 31 of its A350 planes, in a deal worth nearly $9.5 billion at list prices

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...start delivering the first A350s to customers by the end of 2014. Yoshiharu Ueki, president of Japan Airlines, said the new planes would offer “high level of operational efficiency and product competitiveness” and help the airline to cater to “new business opportunities after slots at airports in Tokyo are increased”. Meanwhile, Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner continues to re...

A Lao Airlines aircraft on an internal flight has crashed into the Mekong River in southern Laos,

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A Lao Airlines aircraft on an internal flight has crashed into the Mekong River in southern Laos, media in the region say. Reports from neighboring Thailand put the number of dead at around 40. There is no official word from the airline on casualties so far. An airline official quoted by the Bangkok Post said the plane crashed in bad weather just before it was due to land at Pakse on a flight fro...

British Airways is to become the first European airline to let passengers switch on their mobile phones and other devices just after landing

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British Airways is to become the first European airline to let passengers switch on their mobile phones and other devices just after landing. From 1st of July, once an aircraft has got off the runway people can power up their electronics, rather than having to wait until it has stopped. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said it is satisfied there are no safety implications. Airlines from oth...