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DUBLIN: Ryanair Holdings Plc said it aims to halt losses this fiscal year as the easing of coronavirus curbs spurs a surge in summer flights to European beaches.
LONDON (Reuters) - Foreign ministers of the G7 rich countries gather in London on Monday for their first in-person meeting since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with British host Dominic Raab opening with talks with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
LONDON: U.K. travel, leisure and retail shares slid on Monday after several countries closed their borders with Britain due to the spread of a mutated version of the coronavirus, and the government announced new social restrictions. Stay-at-home stocks, meanwhile, got a boost.
LONDON (Reuters) - Regardless of the result in their Europa League tie against Arsenal on Thursday, at least one lucky Dundalk fan will get a phone call from club captain Brian Gartland as part of a programme to help Irish fans affected by the COVID-19 lockdown.
LONDON, Oct.7 (Xinhua) -- Nearly 900 jobs are under threat at the group that owns Manchester Airport, Britain's biggest provincial airport, the group confirmed Wednesday.
LONDON: Ryanair Holdings Plc issued a stark assessment of the threat to airlines as they seek to rebound from the coronavirus crisis, saying it’s concerned that a series of local lockdowns followed by a second wave of infection will hold back the recovery from the pandemic.
LONDON: President Donald Trump signaled he would be willing to wait for another year before striking a trade agreement with China, casting doubt on the likelihood of a phase-one accord within weeks between Washington and Beijing.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that French President Emmanuel Macron had been "very insulting" by describing NATO as "brain dead" as the two leaders prepared to attend a NATO summit.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday an impeachment inquiry against him was a "hoax" being used by the Democrats for political gain ahead of next year's presidential election.
GRAYS, England (Reuters) - Police investigating the deaths of 39 people in a truck near London said they had arrested three more suspects on Friday on suspicion of human trafficking amid signs that some of the dead may be Vietnamese.