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Consumer affairs ministry “washing its hands” of Balearic air fares

There have been regular complaints about abusive pricing. 19-06-2021Arguiñe Escandón The national consumer affairs ministry has responded to a consumer…

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Canada

Meera Nair: Air India tragedy grows dimmer in Canadian memory with each passing year

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Op-Ed Opinion: The Canadian families aboard Air India Flight 182 on June 23, 1985, sought the…

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USA News

Afghanistan’s air force is a rare U.S.-backed success story. It may soon fail.

The UH-60 Blackhawk plummeted like a roller coaster from 10,000 feet — safe from whatever the Taliban was firing at…

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Science

A 1000-year-old Indian temple had an early form of air conditioning

By Deepa Padmanaban A Jain Mahavir statue within the remnants of a temple complex Satyajit Ghosh An Indian religious settlement…

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Health

Separating natural and man-made pollutants in the air

IMAGE: (a) Dominant land cover types in the study domain (74°E, 27°N–80°E, 30°N) are urban areas, croplands and desert shrublands. (b)…

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United Kingdom

Scots urged to ditch cars to protect children from air pollution as councils criticised for lack of action

Campaigners urged Scots to ditch cars to help protect children from the impact of air pollution and accused local authorities across…

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Canada

Dr. Melissa Lem: Vancouver’s Climate Emergency Parking Program is a prescription for clean air and a healthy future 

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Op-Ed Opinion: Putting a price on residential parking pollution is not a new concept in Canada…

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Business

B.C. air traffic controllers warn post-pandemic staff shortages threaten safety, service | CBC News

The Canadian Air Traffic Control Association (CATCA)  is warning that staffing shortages, particularly at smaller regional and general aviation airports,…

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Science

Campaigners troubled by WHO delay of tougher air pollution guidelines

By Adam Vaughan Air pollution in Skopje, North Macedonia, on 15 December 2017 ROBERT ATANASOVSKI/AFP via Getty Images The World…

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United Kingdom

WATCH: Pranksters get GB News hosts to read out expletives on air

WHEN Andrew Neil launched GB News, he promised to broadcast “a huge range of voices that reflect the views and…

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