From January this year, the Cockpit Union is negotiating with the leadership of the Irish airline, achieving the conclusion of the first tariff agreements with Ryanair and salary increases. Over 2,000 Ryanair flights, representing 85 percent of schedule, will operate as normal, carrying nearly 400,000 customers across Europe. The Irish airline, Europe's largest low-priced carrier, averted widespread strikes before Christmas by agreeing to recognise unions for the first time in its 30-year ...
A Turkish court has agreed to move Brunson from prison to house arrest over health concerns, but it still does not allow him to return to the United States . "There was some hope that maybe they'd step back from the brink and you'd see a re-establishment of central bank independence", he said. "Hopefully we will overcome this disaster and we will also successfully overcome this economic war", Erdogan said.
The currency's slide deepened early Friday, after the Financial Times reported that the eurozone's chief financial watchdog was concerned about how some of Europe's biggest lenders would be affected by a crisis in Turkey. Paul Greer at Fidelity International said dramatic interventions were now needed as Turkey faced a "downward spiral" of investor confidence. The lira was trading at 6.47 to the dollar at 1900 GMT, a loss on the day of 16.6 percent.
They are aimed at punishing Russian President Vladimir Putin's government for having "used chemical or biological weapons in violation of global law", department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement. On Friday, the White House strongly condemned the poisoning incident, which a spokesman for Trump's National Security Council called "a reckless display of contempt for the universally held norm against chemical weapons".
The number of categories of goods subject to tariffs rose to 333 from 114 in the June draft, although the total value is unchanged. The measure comes shortly after Washington released the latest list of Chinese goods worth $16 billion that are set to face a 25 percent tariff.
Meanwhile, drivers for the app-based services have grown dramatically, increasing congestion in dense areas of Manhattan-according to the city council and other government bodies-without providing their drivers with a viable or consistent living wage, either.