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 2 yrs | United Airlines problems caused by passenger service system - airline

              The computer problems at United Airlines, which have caused all flights to be grounded across the United States, are being caused by an issue with the passengers service system (PSS), the airline says. The passenger service systems include a number of critical systems used by airlines, including the departure control system.   


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 2 yrs | United Airlines flights grounded nationwide due to computer problems - FAA

              All United Airlines flights in the United States have been grounded due to computer problems, the Federal Aviation Administration reports. In an advisory, it said all United flights at all airports in the United States would not be allowed to depart until at least 9:15 a.m. ET. The ground stop initially also affected all United Airlines sub carriers, but those aircraft were released from the ground stop just before 9 a.m.   


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 2 yrs | U.S. Army to cut 40,000 troops over next 2 years - spokesman

              The U.S. Army will be laying off about 40,000 soldiers and an unspecified number of civilian employees by the end of fiscal year 2017, Army spokesman Lt. Col. Joe Buccino tells BNO News, confirming an earlier USA Today report that cited sources. "The Army is expected to cut 40,000 soldiers," the spokesman said. He could not confirm the exact number of civilian employees that will be laid off as part of the reduction. USA Today said the number of civilian employees to be laid off is 17,000.   


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 2 yrs | Eurozone countries issue ultimatum for Greece to submit proposals and reach consensus

              Eurozone countries have told the Greek government to present their proposals in detail no later than Thursday, European Council President Donald Tusk says, warning that negotiations for another aid package will end within days if no consensus can be reached. "Our inability to find an agreement may lead to the bankruptcy of Greece, and the insolvency of its banking system, and for sure it will be most painful for the Greek people," Tusk said. "Until now I've avoided talking about deadlines, but tonight I have to say it loud and clear, that the final deadline ends this week."   


  Greece        78 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | Car bomb explodes near hospital in Yemen’s capital Sana’a, killing and wounding many - Saba

              A car bomb has exploded outside a hospital in the Yemeni capital Sana'a, the Houthi-controlled Saba news agency is reporting, citing a security source. "A car bomb exploded this evening which led to the martyrdom and wounding of many citizens," the news agency said in a breaking news alert. Further details were not immediately available.   


  Sana'a, Yemen        21 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | South Carolina Senate passes bill to take down Confederate flag at State House, now goes to House

              The South Carolina Senate has voted 36-3 to pass the Confederate Flag Bill that would take down the Confederate battle flag from the grounds of the State House and move it to a museum. The bill now goes to the South Carolina House, where it will face three additional rounds of voting before it can go to the governor's desk. The killings at a black church in Charleston last month sparked a debate over the use of the Confederate battle flag, which critics say has become a symbol of racism. Flags at the South Carolina State House were lowered to half staff after the Charleston shooting, but the Confederate flag remained at full staff, angering many.
  


  Columbia, SC        13 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | Iran nuclear talks to continue ‘for next couple of days’ - EU’s Mogherini

              Nuclear talks between world powers and Iran will continue for at least the next couple of days, European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says. "This does not mean we are extending our deadline. I told you one week ago more or less that we are interpreting our deadline in a flexible way," Mogherini said. World powers had initially set their deadline for a long-term nuclear deal at June 30, which was then extended to today, July 7. [full transcript attached]   


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 2 yrs | Bill Cosby admitted to getting drugs to give women he wanted to have sex with - AP

              Legendary comedian Bill Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition that he obtained a sedative with the intent of giving it to young women he wanted to have sex with, according to court documents obtained by the Associated Press. Cosby admitted under oath at the time that he gave three half-pills of Benadryl to a former Temple University employee who had sued him for sexual abuse. That lawsuit was settled in 2006 for undisclosed terms, but numerous women have come forward over the past year to accuse him of sexual assault.   


  United States        15 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | European Central Bank maintains loans to Greek banks at June 26 level, but adjusts haircut

              The Governing Council of the European Central Bank has decided to maintain the provision of emergency liquidity assistance (ELA) to Greek banks at the June 26 level, meaning that Greek banks - which have been closed for more than a week now - will not be getting extra support. On top of that, the central bank decided to adjust the haircuts on collateral accepted by the Bank of Greece for ELA, effectively lowering the support Greek banks can obtain.   


  Greece        78 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | Saudi-led airstrike hits market in southwest Yemen, killing at least 40 civilians - Saba

              More than 40 civilians have been killed and dozens more have been injured after an apparent Saudi-led airstrike struck a market north of Aden in southwest Yemen, the Houthi-controlled Saba news agency is reporting, citing a local source. The Associated Press, citing unnamed Yemeni officials, said at least 45 civilians had been killed in the airstrike, which happened in the Aden suburb of Fayoush.   


  Aden, Yemen        21 UPDATES

 




 
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