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Tokyo 2020's Mori to quit, sources say, as he vows to end controversy

Tokyo 2020's Mori to quit, sources say, as he vows to end controversy

The president of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics organising committee, Yoshiro Mori, will resign over a remark that sparked an outcry, two sources said on Thursday, while the former prime minister said he could not let the controversy drag on.

More than 60 prisoners escape Lebanese jail, say security sources

More than 60 prisoners escape Lebanese jail, say security sources

More than 60 prisoners broke out of a Lebanese jail on Saturday and five of them were killed when their car hit a tree while under pursuit, security sources and the state news agency said.

Boeing settles first Lion Air lawsuits for at least $1.2 million apiece: sources

Boeing settles first Lion Air lawsuits for at least $1.2 million apiece: sources

Boeing Co has settled the first claims stemming from the crash of a Lion Air 737 MAX in Indonesia, a US plaintiffs' lawyer said, and three other sources said that families of those killed will receive at least $1.2 million ...

India government asked banks to save Jet Airways, avoid bankruptcy: sources

India government asked banks to save Jet Airways, avoid bankruptcy: sources

India's government has asked state-run banks to rescue privately held Jet Airways without pushing it into bankruptcy, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks to avert thousands of job losses ...

Careem planning to spend $150 mn to launch food delivery business: sources

Careem planning to spend $150 mn to launch food delivery business: sources

Middle East ride-hailing app Careem is planning to spend up to $150 million to launch its food delivery business as early as September, according to two sources with direct knowledge of the matter.

Court rejects case against FIFA over Qatar 2022

Court rejects case against FIFA over Qatar 2022

A court has rejected a lawsuit against FIFA brought by labour unions which said it had failed to use its influence to ensure fair treatment for people working on 2022 World Cup facilities in Qatar, the world soccer body said yesterday.