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Report: No excessive tarmac delays in October PDF Print E-mail
The new airline tarmac delay rule seems to be working. October was completely free of tarmac delays lasting more than three hours, according to the latest Department of Transportation air travel report released Tuesday.

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Five hot ice bars for a cool drink PDF Print E-mail
Check out these five cool places to grab a cocktail. A coat and gloves are a must at these ice bars where everything from the furniture to the glasses is frozen.

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Clinton blasts 'deeply distressing' leak of US sites (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regretted the AFP - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regretted the "deeply distressing" release of a secret list of key infrastructure sites that could threaten US security if hit by terror strikes.


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US: WikiLeaks release gives hit list to al-Qaida (AP) PDF Print E-mail

FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2010 file photo, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange speaks during a news conference at the Geneva press club, in Geneva, Switzerland. Assange is a former computer hacker who has embarrassed the U.S. government and foreign leaders with his online release of a huge trove of secret American diplomatic cables. (AP Photo/Keystone, Martial Trezzini, File)AP - In a disclosure of some of the most sensitive information yet revealed by WikiLeaks, the website has put out a secret cable listing sites worldwide that the U.S. considers critical to its national security. U.S. officials said the leak amounts to giving a hit list to terrorists.


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WikiLeaks founder to meet British police (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was Monday arranging to meet with British police, his lawyer said, as the net tightened around the man behind the release of a hoard of secret US diplomatic cables.(AFP/File/Thomas Coex)AFP - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was Monday arranging to meet with British police, his lawyer said, as the net tightened around the man behind the release of a hoard of secret US diplomatic cables.


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An alternative travel guide to Egypt:

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