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LATAM airlines to suspend flights to Venezuela


Associated Press

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- Latin America's largest airline says it's suspending its flights to Venezuela. Monday's statement by the Chile-based LATAM blames the "difficult macroeconomic scenario"...full story
updated 2016-05-31 09:22 AM
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LATAM airlines to suspend flights to Venezuela

Associated Press

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- Latin America's largest airline says it's suspending its flights to Venezuela. Monday's statement by the Chile-based LATAM blames the "difficult macroeconomic scenario"....Fullstory

2016-05-31 09:22 AM

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Bookkeeper sentenced for stealing from ex-'SNL' cast member

Associated Press

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Brazilian police: tests done too late to prove gang rape
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Associated Press

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2016-05-31 09:22 AM

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Replica of Jefferson's Monticello home goes up for auction

Associated Press

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2016-05-31 09:22 AM

Small plane lands on Interstate 10 in Mississippi

Associated Press

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2016-05-31 09:22 AM

Stripper who fled US before assault trial is caught overseas

Associated Press

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2016-05-31 09:22 AM

Palestinian arrested after stabbing soldier in Tel Aviv

Associated Press

JERUSALEM (AP) -- Israeli police say a 17-year-old Palestinian stabbed a soldier in central Tel Aviv, lightly wounding him before being arrested after a short....Fullstory

2016-05-31 09:22 AM

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