As part of continuing consultation with business groups across the province, Premier Rodney MacDonald met in Truro today, Nov. 14, with the Nova Scotia Chambers of Commerce. The meeting was to share views and ideas on economic issues facing the province. The premier received the chambers’ support for a commitment to a balanced budget. Premier MacDonald also updated the chamber on his meeting earlier in the week with the prime minister and other Canadian premiers. “I’ve given direction to cabinet to make sure we live within our means, but to also look for opportunities to grow the economy,” said Premier MacDonald. “On a national level, I believe one way to do this is through infrastructure spending. Ottawa has set aside funding for these projects, and we need to get that money moving.” The chambers raised a number of issues, including the impact of the world economic slowdown on Nova Scotia, changing demographics, corporate taxes and the infrastructure deficit. “We are pleased to see the issues the premier raised are the same ones we’ve identified as priority,” said Dan Fougere, president of the Nova Scotia Chambers of Commerce. “We believe Nova Scotia will get through this slowdown, but it’s important businesses be included in determining what the best approach will be over the next number of months.” The chambers also raised the issue of the future of the Atlantic Gateway. “We need to make sure this benefits all Nova Scotians and that the gateway is a provincial initiative rather than something that will benefit one specific area,” said Mr. Fougere. The premier assured the group the gateway project will be undertaken in a number of areas in Nova Scotia. Premier MacDonald will meet with top economists from across the country on Monday, Nov. 17. They include representatives from the major banks and the Conference Board of Canada.
TORONTO – Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:Looking for Jordan: The case resumes Wednesday against several former SNC-Lavalin and hospital executives charged with fraud in Montreal. The court will hear a motion from the lawyer for one of the accused to quash the case under the Jordan ruling, which set strict limits on the wait times for criminal trials.Poker face: The online gambling company formerly known as Amaya Inc. will face questions Wednesday at a hearing in front of the Ontario Securities Commission, which is investigating allegations of insider trading surrounding the 2014 purchase of PokerStars.Factory figures: Statistics Canada will release its monthly survey of manufacturing for September. Sector sales rose 1.6 per cent in August, their first move higher after two consecutive monthly declines.Not dead, yet: The fifth round of talks for renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement kicks off in Mexico City on Friday. The talks are on increasingly shaky ground after a terse end to the last round of talks as the U.S. appears closer than ever to acting on its threats to cancel the agreement.Awaiting inflation: Statistics Canada releases the consumer price index for October on Friday. The country’s annual inflation rate continued to accelerate in September, with a reading of 1.4 per cent that brought the data point closer to the Bank of Canada’s ideal target of two per cent.
Rabat – Fourteen members of the Polisario Front entered Al Mahbes, a restricted area close to the Algerian border in northeastern Western Sahara, on Thursday.A security source told Moroccan news outlet Le360 that “fourteen elements of the Polisario front raided, this Thursday evening, between 10:10 p.m. and 19:00 p.m, the locality of Mhabes, aboard four Jeep military vehicles.”The source added that the armed elements have installed several tents in the locality of the Moroccan province of Assa Zag, an area which is restricted by the UN 1991 ceasefire resolution. The separatist group has been defying the United Nations’ 2351 resolution on the regulation of the statues of the Western Sahara buffer zones since December 2017. The front has also been threatening to move its “defense headquarters” to the restricted buffer zone of Bir Lahlou. The sources claimed that the process of relocating the separatists’ headquarters to Bir Lahlou “has started and will be completed within a short period.” The news was widely reported by Moroccan press yesterday.Polisario’s maneuvers are underway in a time when the United Nations is preparing its annual report on the Western Sahara question. Observers argue that this provocative actions will hinder the settlement process, a situation which raised concerns in the UN Security Council in a meeting held on March 22, in the presence of the UN Personal Envoy Horst Kohler.On March 21 in New York, the Security Council expressed its concern about the situation in the buffer zone of Guerguerat, stressing the importance of maintaining the status quo. The council’s president, Karel van Oosterom, condemned the provocative actions of Polisario, emphasizing that “there should be no change in the status of the buffer zone.”The UN official stressed that the Security Council has also underscored the need for the “full implementation of resolution 2351
According to the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), only 2,400 trucks entered the coastal enclave last month, down from more than 10,000 trucks that entered in March 2007. The agency added that a scarcity of animal feed is causing meat prices to skyrocket and it has had to expand its school feeding programme to meet the needs of some 110,000 Gazan children in around 110 schools everyday.In addition, UNRWA said that it has been providing more than 110,000 litres of diesel fuel to municipalities each month for solid waste management but that a lack of electricity often forces coastal municipalities to dump their sewage into the sea. UN officials, including Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, have repeatedly expressed concern in recent months about the humanitarian impact of the restrictions on daily life for Palestinians in Gaza, coming on top of years of difficulty and economic decline. Describing the consequences as increasingly severe, the officials have said that the closures have brought most industry and agriculture to collapse, raised unemployment and poverty to new heights and led to the deterioration of basic infrastructure. 11 April 2008Food, energy and other basics of life in the Gaza Strip, where severe restrictions by Israel on the movement of people and goods have been in effect since Hamas’ takeover in June 2007, continue to be in short supply, the United Nations reported today.
India, the world’s second most populous country, announced today that it is coming on board the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) campaign to cover the world with billions of trees, pushing the total number planted so far to more than 10 billion since the movement started in 2006.The South Asian nation is one of the fastest-growing economies in the region and is among the world’s largest consumers of wood products. With a significant proportion of its population depending on land, intense pressure is placed on forests, while overgrazing is also contributing to desertification.India, where forestry forms the second largest use of land, has kicked off a tree-planting scheme to combat land degradation and desertification, including windbreaks and shelterbelts to protect agricultural land.“It is wonderful to have India join a campaign that will give so much in terms of trees and the future of the planet,” said UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner.The campaign reached its 7 billionth tree – one for every person on the planet – last September when China signed on and contributed nearly 3 billion trees, which alone was an “enormous achievement.” But thanks to India’s participation, he said, it has now surpassed the 10 billion mark.This accomplishment shows the extent to which the movement has galvanized not just governments, but people worldwide, Mr. Steiner pointed out. “It is this kind of solidarity that will make a difference for moving economies toward a low carbon and sustainable world.”Also today, the UNEP chief, along with a senior Indonesian official, underscored the crucial role played by marine and coastal ecosystems in sequestering carbon in the fight against climate change – also known as ‘blue carbon.’The sea and its ecosystems – which are increasingly disrupted by the emission of greenhouse gases – play an important part in maintaining the balance of carbon absorption.“We already know that marine and coastal ecosystems are multi-trillion dollar assets linked to sectors such as tourism, shipping and fisheries,” Mr. Steiner said. “Now it is emerging that they are natural allies against climate change.”He and Fadel Muhammad, Indonesia’s Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, issued a joint statement at the 11th Special Session of the UNEP Governing Council underway in Bali, Indonesia, appealing to “all countries to preserve these abilities of coastal and marine ecosystems as important variables in the global climate change dynamic.” 25 February 2010India, the world’s second most populous country, announced today that it is coming on board the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) campaign to cover the world with billions of trees, pushing the total number planted so far to more than 10 billion since the movement started in 2006.
It’s something that would ordinarily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.But, a Calgary businessman is using his skills and equipment to bring prosthetic hands to children in need around the world.Colin Pischke owns Print Your Mind 3D, and has teamed up with Alberta students to create the new limbs, assemble them and ship them overseas.“So, a lot of the hands are going to be going to rural Southeast Asia, Vietnam. We partner with an organization called Enable,” he explained.He tells CityNews, it costs about $100 and takes 24 hours to print just one 3D limb.An event was previously held in Calgary in March where 30 prosthetic hands were assembled and donated to children globally.Young people from Queen Elizabeth High School in Edmonton are helping to put them together this time around. Calgary business owner prints 3D hands for kids in need (Print Your Mind 3D, Facebook) by Kaitlin Lee, CityNews Staff Posted Dec 12, 2016 7:34 am MDT Last Updated Dec 12, 2016 at 7:35 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Speaking at a UN Academic Impact event in Seoul, Republic of Korea (ROK), Mr. Ban said the UN is committed to help children obtain access to quality education. There are currently 57 million children out of school worldwide.“Education will give [children] a better life – and give us all a brighter future,” Mr. Ban said. “This is especially true for girls. For every year that you educate a young woman, her income goes up by as much as 20 per cent. A World Bank study of 100 developing countries found that putting more girls in high school significantly boosts per capita income growth.”The UN Academic Impact is a global initiative that aligns institutions of higher education with the world body in actively supporting ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, literacy, sustainability and conflict resolution. The Academic Impact also asks each participating college or university to actively demonstrate support of at least one of those principles each year.“We are drawing on the wisdom of people from around the world – development experts and government officials, but also grassroots groups, ordinary citizens, and students,” Mr. Ban said, calling on members of academia to continue collaborating with the UN.“Around the world, universities are teaming up to support the global mission of the United Nations. I urge you to do more to help the Academic Impact live up to its name and make a real difference in our world.While in the ROK, Mr. Ban met separately with the country’s Prime Minister, Chung Hong-won, and President Park Geun-hye, with whom he exchanged views on the Korean Peninsula. Mr. Ban commended the recent constructive efforts of the ROK Government to normalize the operations in the Kaesong Industrial Complex, as well as to provide humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable, in particular, children in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) regardless of the political situation.In his meeting with Ms. Park, Mr. Ban also discussed Syria, including allegations about the use of chemical weapons there, Egypt and the Middle East.
The bombing reportedly killed more than 75 people and wounded over 100 others as they were attending Sunday mass in Peshwar.“The Secretary-General condemns this atrocious bombing attack in the strongest possible terms,” his spokesperson said.In the statement, Mr. Ban said he was “deeply concerned” about the repeated acts of blind violence against religious and ethnic minorities in Pakistan. “These acts of terror cannot be justified by any cause,” the UN chief stressed, extending condolences to the families of the victims, the people and Government of Pakistan. Mr. Ban also today reiterated the UN’s solidarity with the Government’s ongoing struggle against terrorism and extremism.He also urged authorities to continue taking steps to build tolerance and strengthen relationships between diverse religious and ethnic communities in the country.
Normet has partnered with TAM International and will begin to sell construction chemicals to complement its concrete spraying equipment line. As part of the deal, it will represent TAM products in areas where they are not yet sold and, in return, TAM will act as agent and distributor of Normet equipment and services in the UK, Hong Kong, Taiwan and ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations). Aaro Cantell, Chairman of Normet Group, says this is a “logical step for Normet in its expansion from equipment manufacturer to process solutions provider”.Normet, strengthened by its 40% shareholding, will form a close working partnership with TAM and create a broader offering underground. This will enable Normet to help its customers achieve improved quality and more cost effective results. It is a global market leader in underground tunneling and concrete spraying, while TAM International is a rapidly expanding construction chemicals manufacturer and distributor.Cantell explained that “the addition of underground construction chemicals to Normet’s range of mechanised underground equipment is a logical step in our path to becoming the world’s leading expert in selected underground construction processes such as concrete spraying”.“We have had great results with TAM from our recent co-operation in Hong Kong and Taiwan. This partnership will strengthen Normet’s position in underground construction and mining”, confirms Tom Melbye, COO Normet Group and Managing Director of Normet International.Victor Bellanti, CEO of Norman Hay (owner of TAM) comments: “The partnership will bring together the consumable construction chemicals of TAM with the international manufacture and distribution of Normet’s application hardware. Both companies share a common global marketplace in construction solutions for waterproofing, injection and repair of structures together with major constructions projects in civil engineering, tunneling and mining”.
6.Nexe16709440 : 45521 10.Maks Strumica160214346 : 5552 ← Previous Story Marko Kopljar six weeks out! Next Story → FIRST EVER WIN: ZRK Vardar beat ZRK Buducnost! Meshkov Brestseha gazprom league 4.Meshkov Brest161204513 : 42136 Meshkov Brest have secured a place on SEHA Gazprom Leagues F4 tournament beating Spartak in Subotica with 35:28 (18:16). Hosts were able to give good resistance third match in a row against favored hosts giving their coach Branimir Zeljković a reason to be optimistic ahead of domestic Play-Off battle.Match was leveled until 8:8 with little more than 15 minutes left on the clock in the first half with Stojković, Vukić and other stars in Bebeshko’ roster slowly starting to enlarge the gap. Team from Subotica was close until 36th minute with scoreboard saying 18:21 but then guests have made 10:4 series finally breaking Spartak resistance for 31:22 in 48th.Rastko Stojković scored 5 for Meshkov and Bojan Županjac netted 8 times for hosts.STANDINGS: 1.MVM Veszprem141310497 : 31340 7.Vojvodina164210417 : 50414 8.Borac m:tel173113434 : 55010 2.Vardar161312541 : 43140 3.PPD Zagreb151203471 : 36336 5.Tatran Prešov16907495 : 44027 9.Spartak Vojput183114461 : 58310
Real Madrid have ruled out the possibility of signing Eden Hazard to focus on Francisco ‘Isco’ Alacron, according to Football Espana.Reports in Spain suggest the hierarchy at the Santiago Bernabeu have dispensed with the idea of signing Eden Hazard from Chelsea and are keen to focus on Isco’s role at the club.The complexity of the deal and lack of willingness from the other party has dampened the Spanish giant’s interest in bringing Eden Hazard to the club.Chelsea are understood to be holding out for a deal in excess of €200million for the Belgian captain and would also like the move to be done swiftly due to the early closure of the transfer window in England.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Hazard was given the Silver Ball award at the just concluded FIFA World Cup in Russia where he led his country to third place, scoring three goals in the process.The management of Real Madrid believes new manager Julen Lopetegui will bring the best out of Isco after he starred under his tutelage during his tenure as the head coach of Spain.Los Merengues are unlikely to make a galatico signing this summer transfer window with the club placing emphasis on the growth and development of players like Isco and Marco Asensio.
NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are searching for answers after a weekend shooting in Northwest Miami-Dade left one man dead.Officers handed out flyers in the area of Northwest 26th Street and 36th Avenue, Tuesday, in hopes of generating leads. SEEKING INFORMATION: On 8/6/17, Guillermo Gonzalez was killed in the area of NW 26 St & NW 30 Ave. Contact @MDCrimeStoppers w/ any info. pic.twitter.com/08OGDqnCf8— Miami-Dade Police (@MiamiDadePD) August 9, 2017According to Miami-Dade Police, 26-year-old Guillermo Gonzalez was shot and killed, Sunday night.If you have any information on this fatal shooting, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
(Alaska Aerospace Corporation)The president and CEO of the Alaska Aerospace Corp. says the board of the state-owned corporation has recommended it pursue becoming a private company.Craig Campbell says the recommendation has been delivered to Gov. Bill Walker. Campbell says state law would have to be changed to allow the shift.Campbell says he considers it an expectation that once the corporation becomes profitable the state be repaid for investments it made in the corporation.Campbell says the corporation will be profitable by year’s end. It has focused on diversifying from rocket launches for the government.Terms and a timeline for repaying the state remain undetermined.The corporation announced Monday that it’s opening an office in Huntsville, Alabama, a hub for aerospace companies. Campbell says the corporation has clients there.
Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont takes part in a meeting with his party in Brussels, Belgium on 14 March 2018. ReutersFormer Catalan secessionist leader Carles Puigdemont was detained on Sunday in Germany by police acting on an international arrest warrant issued by Spain, his lawyer said.Puigdemont had entered Germany from Denmark after leaving Finland on Friday when it appeared police would arrest him there and launch an extradition process requested by Spain.The lawyer, Jaume Alonso-Cuevillas, did not say exactly where Puigdemont was in custody in Germany. He said only that Puigdemont, the former Catalan regional president, had been en route to Belgium where he has been living in self-imposed exile since late last year.Puigdemont faces up to 25 years in prison in Spain on charges of rebellion and sedition for organising an illegal referendum for Catalonia that led to a unilateral declaration of independence in October.“The president was going to Belgium to put himself, as always, at the disposal of Belgian justice,” Joan Maria Pique, Puigdemont’s spokesman, told Reuters.On Friday Spanish Supreme Court judge Pablo Llarena ruled that 25 Catalan separatist politicians would face charges of rebellion, embezzlement and disobeying the state for their roles in organising the vote on secession.
Related posts:Drug policy in Central America criminalizes poverty, says Costa Rica Public Security Minister 92 percent of California patients say medical marijuana works Global drug policy isn’t working. These 100-plus organizations want that to change. It’s time to end the war on drugs A group of 22 medical experts convened by Johns Hopkins University and The Lancet have called this week for the decriminalization of all nonviolent drug use and possession. Citing a growing scientific consensus on the failures of the global war on drugs, the experts further encourage countries and U.S. states to “move gradually toward regulated drug markets and apply the scientific method to their assessment.”Their report comes ahead of a special U.N. General Assembly Session on drugs to be held next month, where the world’s countries will re-evaluate the past half-century of drug policy and, in the hope of many experts, chart a more public health-centered approach going forward.In a lengthy review of the state of global drug policy, the Hopkins-Lancet experts conclude that the prohibitionist anti-drug policies of the past 50 years “directly and indirectly contribute to lethal violence, disease, discrimination, forced displacement, injustice and the undermining of people’s right to health.” They cite, among other things:A “striking increase” in homicide in Mexico since the government decided to militarize its response to the drug trade in 2006. The increase has been so great that experts have had to revise life expectancy downward in that country;The “excessive use” of incarceration as a drug control measure, which the experts identify as the “biggest contribution” to higher rates of HIV and Hepatitis C infection among drug users;Stark racial disparities in drug law enforcement, particularly in the United States;And human rights violations arising from excessively punitive drug control measures, including an increase in the torture and abuse of drug prisoners in places like Mexico.“The goal of prohibiting all use, possession, production and trafficking of illicit drugs is the basis of many of our national drug laws, but these policies are based on ideas about drug use and drug dependence that are not scientifically grounded,” said Commissioner Chris Beyrer of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, in a statement.For instance, the last time the U.N. held a special session on drugs, in 1998, it set itself the goal of a “drug-free world” by 2008. The Hopkins-Lancet commissioners also fault U.N. drug regulators for failing to distinguish between drug use and drug abuse. “The idea that all drug use is dangerous and evil has led to enforcement-heavy policies and has made it difficult to see potentially dangerous drugs in the same light as potentially dangerous foods, tobacco and alcohol, for which the goal of social policy is to reduce potential harms,” they write.Also see: It’s time to end the war on drugs New London police officers search a suspect for heroin on March 14, 2016 in New London, Connecticut. John Moore/Getty Images/AFPDrug legalization: ‘There is another way’The commissioners cite research showing that “of an estimated 246 million people who used an illicit drug in the past year, 27 million (around 11%) experienced problem drug use, which was defined as drug dependence or drug-use disorders.”“The idea that all drug use is necessarily ‘abuse’ means that immediate and complete abstinence has been seen as the only acceptable approach,” commissioner Adeeba Kamarulzaman, a professor at the University of Malaya, said in a statement. But, she added, “continued criminalization of drug use fuels HIV, hepatitis C and tuberculosis transmission within prisons and the community at large. There is another way. Programmes and policies aimed at reducing harm should be central to future drug policies.”The commissioners point to successes in drug decriminalization experiments in places like Portugal, where drug use rates have fallen, overdose deaths are rare and new HIV infections among drug users have plummeted. They recommend that other countries adopt a similar approach.And beyond decriminalization, the commissioners recommend experimenting with the full legalization and regulation of certain types of drug use, as several U.S. states have done with marijuana.“Although regulated legal drug markets are not politically possible in the short term in some places, the harms of criminal markets and other consequences of prohibition catalogued in this Commission will probably lead more countries [and more U.S. states] to move gradually in that direction-a direction we endorse,” they write.A must read: Legalize It AllOther countries, particularly in Latin America, are already looking toward U.S. marijuana legalization experiments as a blueprint for how they might move away from overly punitive drug laws. But one challenge toward adopting a less stringent drug policy has always been the massive U.N. drug control treaties, which are now decades-old and which experts say reflect outdated and even harmful ways of thinking about drug use.Reformers are hoping that the upcoming General Assembly Special Session on drugs will mark a turning point in the drug war. But getting nearly 200 countries to agree on any change in direction will be a challenge. And early indications appear to be that negotiators are setting their sights low.A draft document of the resolution to be discussed at the special session reaffirms the U.N.’s “commitment to the goals and objectives of the three international drug control conventions” — the same conventions criticized in the Hopkins-Lancet report. And it calls on countries to “actively promote a society free of drug abuse,” echoing the language of the failed drug control goals of the 1990s.© 2016, The Washington Post Facebook Comments
Itai Hagage loves drawing cartoons, he loves surfing, and he loves drawing cartoons on surfboards. He has painted boards for Costa Rican surf stars Carlos “Cali” Muñoz and Noe Mar McGonagle, both of whom are competing for Costa Rica this week in the 2016 World Surfing Games.Check out Hagage’s work in this video: Facebook Comments Related posts:World Surfing Games in Jacó: 5 things to know about attending World Surfing Games preview: Can Costa Rica win second consecutive title? Scoring the World Surfing Games: A guide Team Costa Rica shines on first day of 2016 World Surfing Games
Go back to the enewsletterUnited Airlines has revealed it will operate its newest Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner on six transatlantic routes from its New York/Newark hub, beginning in March 2019.United’s 787-10 features 44 United Polaris Business class seats, 21 United Premium Plus seats, 54 Economy Plus seats and 199 standard Economy seats. Tickets will be available for purchase from 3 December 2018 for travel beginning 30 March 2019. Offering more services than any other US airline from New York to Germany and Israel, United currently offers daily non-stop services to Frankfurt and twice-daily non-stop services to Tel Aviv. United also operates daily services from New York/Newark to Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin and Paris.Investing in customer-friendly advancements on boardIn addition to United’s signature ‘all aisle access’ Polaris Business class and United Premium Plus seats, United is investing in several customer-friendly advancements on board. The aircraft features updated lighting patterns that mimic sunrise and sunset and are designed to help customers in each cabin fall asleep and wake up more adjusted to new time zones.A new seat-back entertainment system is also available at every seat, which includes:Split-screen capabilities allowing customers to watch a movie and view the flight map simultaneously.A relax mode for customers who want to customise a selection of soothing videos and relaxing audio playlists.The world’s most extensive suite of accessibility features on a seat-back entertainment system, which accommodates any level of vision, as well as providing support for customers with hearing and mobility issues.Movie and television recommendations based on remaining flight time and previously watched content.United previously announced its first 787-10 aircraft will begin operating between New York/Newark and Los Angeles and San Francisco in January 2019.United currently operates 25 787-9 and 12 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft. The airline expects to take delivery of 14 787-10 aircraft over the next two years. The airline took delivery of its first 787-10 last week.Welcome to the United family, not so little one. #NewPlane #Dreamliner @BoeingAirplanes pic.twitter.com/7GrUOCVwXZ— United Airlines (@united) November 5, 2018Go back to the enewsletter Boeing 787-10 International ScheduleStartUA FlightDepartTimeArriveTime30 MarchUA 960New York/Newark7:50 p.m.Frankfurt (FRA)9:20 a.m.30 MarchUA 84New York/Newark4:55 p.m.Tel Aviv (TLV)10:15 a.m.29 AprilUA 57New York/Newark6:40 p.m.Paris (CDG)7:45 a.m.29 AprilUA 120New York/Newark7:30 p.m.Barcelona (BCN)9:00 a.m.22 MayUA 999New York/Newark6:30 p.m.Brussels (BRU)7:45 a.m.22 MayUA 23New York/Newark7:25 p.m.Dublin (DUB)7:05 a.m.
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