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Cathay says crew can wear masks on all flights due to new coronavirus

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd will allow all crew members and frontline employees to wear surgical masks due to concerns over a new coronavirus, and said passengers to and from Wuhan, China, could change or cancel flights for free through Feb. 15. Source link : http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/fpDoS8Ou_Hc/cathay-says-crew-can-wear-masks-on-all-flights-due-to-new-coronavirus-idUSKBN1ZL019 Author : Publish date : 2020-01-22 09:41:40 Copyright for syndicated content...

Mitsubishi Motors Europe appoints new president and CEO – AM

Mitsubishi Motors Europe appoints new president and CEO  AM Source link : https://www.am-online.com/news/people-news/2020/01/22/mitsubishi-motors-europe-appoints-new-president-and-ceo Author : Publish date : 2020-01-22 09:37:48 Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the linked Source.

Putinfinity – the future of Russian democracy: inside the 24 January edition of the Guardian Weekly

This week in our international news magazine: Putin’s plans for Russia after his presidency; the Luanda Leaks; Trump’s swing voters and more. Subscribe here Vladimir Putin may have signalled that this term as Russia’s president will be his last, but few were in any doubt about the true meaning of last week’s sweeping government reforms: he will not...

The Volunteer by Jack Fairweather review – the hero who infiltrated Auschwitz

This astonishing account of Witold Pilecki, a member of the Warsaw resistance who tried to incite rebellion in the camps, won the Costa biography awardJust after Witold Pilecki’s arrival at Auschwitz concentration camp in September 1940, Deputy Commandant SS-Hauptsturmführer Karl Fritzsch addressed the 5,000 prisoners: “Your Poland is dead forever and now you are going to pay for...

Fashion, fighting and feral dogs – the photography of Ferdinando Scianna

From glamorous models to burned out cars, photographer Ferdinando Scianna has spent half a century capturing the extremes of the world around him Continue reading... Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2020/jan/22/ferdinando-scianna-sicily-photographer-in-pictures Author : Publish date : 2020-01-22 07:00:19 Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the linked Source.

‘A whole sheep for £18’: how live exports are hurting farmers in Romania

Country’s lack of meat processing facilities means livestock must be shipped to international markets – at a high cost to both shepherds and welfare Gheorghe Dănulețiu, also known as Ghiță Ciobanul (Ghiță the shepherd), has more than 500,000 followers on Facebook after he featured in an advertising campaign that went viral, but he leads the modest life of...

Cengiz on standby to buy British Steel if Jingye bid fails

Sale to Chinese firm could stall amid fears of cuts to jobs and employment benefitsThe government is holding talks with the Turkish conglomerate Cengiz Holdings about stepping in to buy British Steel in the event that a planned sale to the Chinese industrial firm Jingye falls through.Officials remain confident that Jingye’s £50m purchase of British Steel, including the...

Make no mistake: Poland and Hungary aren’t the only EU states abusing the law | Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska

Countries from Britain to Greece are guilty of democratic backsliding. And that threatens the integrity of the EU itselfMention concerns about the rule of law in certain EU countries, and people, even EU officials, automatically assume you are referring to Hungary and Poland. Without doubt, the state of democracy in both countries is worrying. Buoyed by strong electoral...

Blossom Capital's latest funding round showcases jump in US investment in European venture funds

The firm announced Wednesday that it had raised its second fund, a $185 million investment pool aimed at Europe's early stage startups, less than a ... Source link : https://fortune.com/2020/01/22/blossom-capital-funding-us-investment-european-vc/ Author : Publish date : 2020-01-22 06:00:00 Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the linked Source.

‘Alarmingly humanoid’: shear disbelief over restoration of Ghent altarpiece

Painstaking operation to return Adoration of the Lamb to its former glory has left many speechlessA restoration of one of the world’s most famous paintings has been described as “a shock for everybody” after it revealed a depiction of a sheep with extremely human-like eyes.The Ghent Altarpiece, completed by Hubert and Jan van Eyck in 1432, is a...

Airlines scour the world for scarce 737 MAX simulators

Airlines are scrambling to book time in 737 MAX training facilities as far afield as Fiji, Iceland and Panama, operators said, after Boeing Co recommended pilots be trained in one of the few simulators replicating the latest model. Source link : http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/F1gIj6mzVHs/airlines-scour-the-world-for-scarce-737-max-simulators-idUSKBN1ZL0EH Author : Publish date : 2020-01-22 05:18:53 Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the linked Source.

Rwanda: Rwandans Cautioned in Wake of Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

The Ministry of Health has cautioned Rwandans who travel to Asian countries to take preventive measures against the Novel Coronavirus that has been reported in Asian countries. Source link : https://allafrica.com/stories/202001220007.html Author : Publish date : 2020-01-22 05:16:36 Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the linked Source.

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Cathay says crew can wear masks on all flights due to new coronavirus

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd will allow all crew members and frontline employees to wear surgical masks due to concerns over a...

Mitsubishi Motors Europe appoints new president and CEO – AM

Mitsubishi Motors Europe appoints new president and CEO  AM Source link : https://www.am-online.com/news/people-news/2020/01/22/mitsubishi-motors-europe-appoints-new-president-and-ceo Author : Publish date : 2020-01-22 09:37:48 Copyright for syndicated content belongs to...

Putinfinity – the future of Russian democracy: inside the 24 January edition of the Guardian...

This week in our international news magazine: Putin’s plans for Russia after his presidency; the Luanda Leaks; Trump’s swing voters and more. Subscribe...

The Volunteer by Jack Fairweather review – the hero who infiltrated Auschwitz

This astonishing account of Witold Pilecki, a member of the Warsaw resistance who tried to incite rebellion in the camps, won the Costa...

Fashion, fighting and feral dogs – the photography of Ferdinando Scianna

From glamorous models to burned out cars, photographer Ferdinando Scianna has spent half a century capturing the extremes of the world around him...

‘A whole sheep for £18’: how live exports are hurting farmers in Romania

Country’s lack of meat processing facilities means livestock must be shipped to international markets – at a high cost to both shepherds and...

Cengiz on standby to buy British Steel if Jingye bid fails

Sale to Chinese firm could stall amid fears of cuts to jobs and employment benefitsThe government is holding talks with the Turkish conglomerate...

Make no mistake: Poland and Hungary aren’t the only EU states abusing the law...

Countries from Britain to Greece are guilty of democratic backsliding. And that threatens the integrity of the EU itselfMention concerns about the rule...

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