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As many as 23 teams have so far confirmed their participation in the IWF Grand Prix & 2nd Baku International Cup that is expected to swing off here Dec 5-8, National Weightlifting Federation of Azerbaijan announced Wednesday.
Sections of the rail network would have to be closed in the near future, Bahn CEO and chairman Rudiger Grube warned on Monday. He told business magazine Wirtschaftswoche that 1,400 bridges needed urgent repairs and that his tight budget meant some
Flight Centre, New Zealand's largest travel retailer, reports that following London, the top growing European destinations in August 2013 are Paris, Amsterdam, Dublin and Milan, compared to the same month of the previous year. Flight Centre will
Unofficial strike hits Belfast Metro bus services Translink has warned Metro customers to expect "severe delays" Belfast's Metro bus services were disrupted for a time on Monday due to what Translink described as "unofficial industrial action" by bus
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law Monday expected to help protect children who participate in youth sports by creating a consistent background check policy for volunteer coaches. Assembly Bill 465, co-authored by Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla, D-Concord,
Belgium has reduced its terror precautions due to lowered threat levels but is still closely watching some key locales, Interior Minister Joelle Milquet says. Milquet, responding to criticism from the center-left Reformist Movement over the move,
www.thelocal.de/society/20130808-51303.html A baby girl had a high-speed start to life on Thursday morning when her mother gave birth on a train in eastern Germany. The lucky new-born will be able to travel for free in the area for the rest of her
A defective part in changing sur Orge Bretigny needles caused the derailment that occurred Friday in the station, about 30 kilometers south of Paris, which killed six people and wounded thirty , said Friday the railway company SNCF.
www.thelocal.de/national/20130619-50391.html With temperatures creeping up into the high thirties on Wednesday Deutsche Bahn said broken air conditioning systems could see train cancellations across the country. The network is still battling to get
The Sddeutsche Zeitung reported on Tuesday that the Deutsche Bahn subsidiary DB International (DBI) had spent 315,000 in bribes to get contracts just in Greece, and that similar business had been conducted in other countries. Now the firm has closed