Iraq Protesters Storm Airport, Oil Offices Amidst Energy Crisis; Foreign Companies Begin Evacuations

July 14, 2018 10:51 pm

This post was originally published on this site Widespread protests have gripped multiple Iraqi cities for a week in response to government corruption, rising unemployment, and an electricity shortage which has left residents suffocating in soaring summer temperatures.  What began as anger over a continued failing infrastructure, however, has increasingly...

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Turkish Airlines Pulls Out Of Skytrax

June 9, 2018 11:44 pm

Well this sure is interesting. Turkish Airlines has announced that they will no longer participate in the Skytrax World Airline Audit. The airline says that they will keep taking firm steps to improve their product, and from hereon out will only focus on direct customer feedback when decided what improvements to make.

Metro Tbilisi has resumed work after a three-day strike by machinists

June 6, 2018 9:41 pm

The strike of machinists of the underground in Tbilisi provoked traffic jams Wednesday, June 6, metro of Georgian capital of Tbilisi has resumed work after a three-day strike by machinists. As reported by Rustavi2, the decision was taken after a night of consultations between the metro employees and the government....

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