2017.05.20

News Headlines - 20 May 2017

US agrees not to bring in Europe-wide laptop ban - for now | The Independent

Washington was determined to close that loophole, and has already briefed the three big US carriers — American, Delta and United — about the imposition of a ban. At present they are not affected, because only Middle Eastern and North African airlines fly the specified routes.

Greek parliament backs reform package

Greece’s parliament has narrowly approved an omnibus reform package needed to unlock more than €6bn of bailout aid and open the way for the country’s international creditors to reach a deal on debt relief.

Iran's President Rouhani secures second term in decisive win | Fox News

The 68-year-old incumbent secured a commanding lead of 57 percent. His nearest rival in the four-man race was hard-liner Ebrahim Raisi, who secured 38 percent of the vote.
Rouhani won the presidential election back in 2013 with only 51 percent of the vote.

Brazil’s President Assails His Accuser as Corruption Scandal Intensifies - The New York Times

President Michel Temer of Brazil on Saturday attacked the billionaire whose secret recording of a conversation between the two men has fueled a corruption scandal leading to widespread calls for Mr. Temer’s resignation.

LL Bean's Newest Bootmobile Is Kicking It in Japan - The New York Times

L.L. Bean's Bootmobile is leaving North America for the first time.
The four-wheeled tribute to the Maine-based retailer's iconic boot is rolling across land of the rising sun, visiting L.L. Bean's 25 stores in Japan.


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