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OVER THE NORWEGIAN SEA, Norway(Reuters) - Banking hard over the whitecaps off the west coast of Norway, the jetliner flying Dominika Pasternak and her fellow scientists descends so sharply that it seems for a moment as if the crew is about to ditch them all in the drink.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - A pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker urged supporters to pull down "Lennon Walls" on Saturday across the Chinese-ruled city, where the displays of anti-government graffiti have sometimes been flashpoints during more than three months of unrest.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - China offered airplanes and ferries to lure the Pacific island nation of Kiribati into switching diplomatic relations, Taiwan said on Friday, as the self-ruled island lost a second ally to Chinese pressure in less than a week.
KUCHING (Bernama): A total of 1,037 schools in 20 districts affected by the worsening haze situation in Sarawak were ordered to close Friday (Sept 20).
MIRI: The haze situation in southern Sarawak has deteriorated further as cloud-seeding operations get underway on Friday (Sept 20).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Disputes between U.S. Republicans and Democrats over President Donald Trump's proposed border wall, Space Force and his ability to launch a war with Iran are among the biggest obstacles Congress faces in passing a massive annual defence policy bill.
NATIONAL carrier Malaysia Airlines has released a video in celebration of Malaysia Day, which features Pandelela Rinong as well as the airline’s ambassadors — national diver Nur Dhabitah Sabri, paraglider Nadiah Wafa, Team Harimau Malaya and para-athletes under the wing of Team MAS.
LONDON: Airbus has revised up forecasts for jetliner demand over the next 20 years, led by growth in the new industrial hubs of Asia despite short-term concerns over global trade tensions.
SEOUL: South Korea’s Eastar Jet has asked cabin crew members to take unpaid leaves as the budget carrier unveiled an emergency cost-cutting plan to help it keep flying amid mounting losses.
MONTREAL/PARIS (Reuters) - While the world's Boeing