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Memorial Day travel forecast: What to expect this holiday

Democrat & Chronicle 20 May 2024
Unlike last year, there are now two wars- in the Middle East and Ukraine- which could rock the oil market, leaving the cost of oil a wildcard, according to AAA. Airports expected to be busy over Memorial Day.
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Ukrainians divided over Usyk, the world boxing champion facing Tyson Fury

The Observer 19 May 2024
Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox church, is one of Vladimir Putin’s most strident cheerleaders, and the notion of shared faith is key to the Russian president’s claim that Ukraine and Russia are indivisible.
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Putin rejects Macron's call for Ukraine ceasefire during Olympics

Khaleejtimes 17 May 2024
... Olympic truce so that Russia ceases its current operations" in Ukraine ... Thousands evacuated as Russia advances in Ukraine's Kharkiv region Russia closes 2 airports temporarily over drone threat.
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AAA: Nearly 44 Million Travelers Leaving Town for Unofficial Start of Summer - exploreClarion

Explore Clarion 17 May 2024
Wars in the Middle East and Ukraine could cause concern in the oil market. Airports are bracing for a spike in travelers ... This will be the most crowded Memorial Day weekend at airports since 2005, when ...
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Russia takes 100 square miles of Ukrainian territory in a week

AOL 16 May 2024
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak urged China to call on Russia to end its war in Ukraine ... Airports in Russian cities have seen frequent disruption during the Ukraine war because of cross-border missile and drone attacks by Ukraine.
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Putin meets Xi in Beijing seeking greater support for war effort

Guam Pacific Daily News 16 May 2024
China-Russia trade has boomed since the Ukraine invasion and hit $240 billion in 2023, according to Chinese customs figures ... Diamonds Worth Crores Concealed In Noodle Packets, Seized At Mumbai Airport.
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Russia announces temporary closure of two airports over a drone threat

Al Wast 15 May 2024
The recent closure of a major airport near Kazan, situated approximately 1,000 kilometers away from Ukraine, underscores this strategic shift ... This move highlights the disruptive impact of Ukraine's aerial assaults on Russian infrastructure.
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Russia closes 2 airports temporarily over drone threat

Khaleejtimes 15 May 2024
Russia said on Wednesday that a major airport near the city of Kazan, 1,000 kilometres (620 miles) from Ukraine, had been temporarily closed after the region was targeted by a Ukrainian attack drone.
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Russia suspends two airports' traffic over drone threat

Urdu Point 15 May 2024
Russia said Wednesday that a major airport near the city ...
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Sri Lanka says 16 citizens killed fighting in Ukraine war

Khaleejtimes 15 May 2024
"We are friends with Russia, we are friends with Ukraine ... Russia closes 2 airports temporarily over drone threat Thousands evacuated as Russia advances in Ukraine's Kharkiv region.
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​​Russia Says Downed Ukrainian Drones, ATACMS Missiles

Moscow Times 15 May 2024
The attacks caused temporary airport closures in the central republic of Tatarstan, as well as explosions at a fuel depot in the southern city of Rostov, where the military headquarters overseeing Moscow’s invasion is based.
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Russia Claims Advances on 2 Fronts During Blinken Visit to Kyiv

Moscow Times 15 May 2024
Ukraine had earlier announced it was pulling some troops back as U.S ... Ukraine also launched aerial attacks on Russia, forcing the closure of two airports in the region of Tatarstan some 1,000 kilometers inside Russian territory ... Ukraine war , Kharkiv.
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OP-ED: How the Trudeau Liberals crushed a harmless group of oddballs and politicized Canada’s selection ...

True North 13 May 2024
did long ago. The IRGC’s thousands of innocent victims include 63 Canadians killed when the IRGC shot down Ukraine International Airlines flight PS572 near Tehran’s airport ... These were the Canadian wing of the Proud Boys, a mainly U.S ... Canada’s Feb ... ....
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A Ukrainian gymnast carried the Paris Olympic torch with an EU team, in a sign ...

Newsday 09 May 2024
... in eastern Ukraine ... Soldiers who defended the airport in the currently Russian-occupied city of Donetsk were dubbed ‘’cyborgs'' in Ukraine for holding the position for such a long time.
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ACI Europe reports near full recovery in Q1 air traffic for 2024

TravelDailyNews 09 May 2024
In the rest of Europe, the best performances compared to March 2023 came from airports in Albania (+71.9%), Georgia (+31.3%) and Kosovo (+29.7%), while those in Ukraine remained closed for traffic, ...
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