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Covid-19 crisis will cost airlines $157 billion, says IATA

More huge losses are looming for the airline industry as carriers brace for the Covid-19 crisis to extend well into 2021.

This new firm will count the Queen as a client

A UK investment company with ties to Queen Elizabeth II is teaming up with an American rival that manages money for some members of the family behind Forbes Magazine.

Qatar identifies mother of newborn girl abandoned at international airport

Qatar says it has identified the parents of a newborn baby found abandoned at Doha international airport last month, in an incident that sparked widespread anger after more than a dozen women said they were invasively searched during the initial investigation.

At least 600 civilians were killed in northern Ethiopia massacre, rights commission says

Forces battling Ethiopia's federal government have vowed to continue the fight in the north of the country, despite a 72-hour ultimatum to surrender from Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, raising fears of further bloodshed in a conflict that threatens to destabilize the Horn of Africa.

French man fined for breaching lockdown to 'smash a guy's face in'

A French man has been fined for breaking lockdown rules after declaring in a written statement that he was leaving his house to "smash a guy's face in," police told CNN.

Tigray forces battling Ethiopian government vow to fight on despite ultimatum to surrender

Forces battling Ethiopia's federal government have vowed to continue the fight in the north of the country, despite a 72-hour ultimatum to surrender from Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, raising fears of further bloodshed in a conflict that threatens to destabilize the Horn of Africa.

Pope Francis refers to China's Uyghurs as 'persecuted' for the first time

Pope Francis has for the first time publicly named China's Uyghur minority among a list of the world's persecuted peoples, breaking his silence on allegations of widespread human rights abuses in the country's far-western Xinjiang region.

Analysis of CCTV footage from Lekki toll gate raises new questions about shooting

It was supposed to be the key piece of evidence. But when it came, the Lagos State government's security camera footage of the Lekki toll gate shooting did not capture everything.

Satellite images appear to show China developing area along disputed border with India and Bhutan

New satellite images appear to show China has built up an area in the Himalayas along a disputed border with India and Bhutan that was the site of a months-long standoff in 2017.

Australian PM calls Doha airport incident 'unacceptable' (October 2020)

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison responded to an incident at Doha Airport where more than 18 women were subjected to compulsory intimate medical exams after a newborn was found abandoned in a trash can. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.

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