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    Sam Newman has caused controversy yet again with comments about Jacinda Ardern.

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  • Indian Diamond Tycoon Accused of $2 Billion Fraud Arrested in London, Police Say

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  • China Inc.'s Boeing Rival Just Won't Fly

    Ghana’s Africa World Airlines Ltd. may agree to buy two of Comac’s ARJ21 regional jets this month, the carrier’s Chief Executive Officer John Quan told Moses Mozart Dzawu and Bruce Einhorn of Bloomberg News in an interview.

  • Tennis world loses it over Serena Williams and Roger Federer moment

    Fans are in a frenzy over this moment between Serena Williams and Roger Federer, and everyone's saying the same thing.

  • Saudis Spiral Deeper Into Isolation Amid U.S. Ire Over Khashoggi

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  • Will Boeing's Problems Spell Trouble for GE Aviation?

    General Electric is the top supplier of Boeing engines. Here's how the industrial conglomerate might be affected by recent events.