Daily Archive: February 8, 2017

Feb
08

Thomas Cook sees rising demand for holidays in Greece

The travel firm says expanding the number of holidays it offers to Greece has paid off.

Feb
08

Japan’s Abe to propose new cabinet level talks with United States: government official

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will propose new cabinet level U.S.-Japan talks on trade, security and macroeconomic issues, including currencies, when he meets U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday, a Japanese government official involved in planning the summit said.

Feb
08

Tunnel explosion kills two Palestinians in Gaza, its health ministry says

GAZA (Reuters) – The Gaza Health Ministry said an Israeli bombing of a tunnel near the Egyptian border killed two Palestinians on Thursday, but the military denied any involvement.

Feb
08

Polls show French far-right Le Pen winning election first round, but losing knockout

PARIS (Reuters) – Far-right leader Marine Le Pen looks set to win the first round of France’s presidential election in April, according to a new survey issued on Thursday, with other polls indicating she will lose the runoff to centrist Emmanuel Macron.

Feb
08

From Spiderman Thief to Senior Citizen Thugs: Inside Paris’ Most Spectacular Burglaries

Sometimes real crimes are better than fiction, like recent heists committed by a Parisian Spiderman and a band of geriatric thugs.

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