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ALOR GAJAH: A car driver, who was heading north, allegedly lost control of his vehicle and rammed into a road divider at KM198.6 of the North-South Expressway near Alor Gajah Toll Plaza here.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): "It's the economy, stupid." Election guru James Carville had the phrase pasted on his campaign office walls in 1992. It powered his client Bill Clinton to the White House as a recession derailed incumbent George Bush's re-election bid.
WASHINGTON/SEATTLE/CHICAGO: Boeing Co failed to submit certification documents to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) detailing changes to a key flight control system faulted in two fatal crashes, a long-awaited government report seen by Reutershas found.
KOTA KINABALU: A 17-year-old student was killed after his motorcycle collided with a four-wheel drive vehicle in Tawau district on Monday (June 29).
ROME (Reuters) - Former Formula One driver and Paralympic champion Alex Zanardi, seriously injured in a handbike accident 10 days ago, has undergone neurological surgery for a second time, a hospital statement said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso is expected to be fit for the start of the 2020 MotoGP season next month after successful surgery for a damaged left collarbone, his team said on Monday.
MINNEAPOLIS: Back in March, with stocks reeling and no end in sight to the pandemic lockdown or its economic devastation, Doug Ramsey took a look at history and warned his clients they might have a while to wait before a rebound came for equities.
SEATTLE: Pilots and test crew members from the United States Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing Co aim to kick off a certification test campaign for the 737 MAX today, expected to last at least three days, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's national airline has written to foreign missions and global regulatory and safety bodies, assuring them it has grounded all 141 pilots suspected of obtaining licenses through unfair means, the carrier's spokesman said on Saturday.