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Sikh barred from flight 'over turban'

Mexico: Sikh actor barred from flying to US ‘because of turban’ 8 February 2016 From the section Latin America & Caribbean Image copyright Instagram Image caption Mr Ahluwalia pictured with his ticket showing the “SSSS” stamp denoting extra screening A Sikh actor has claimed he was barred from boarding an Aeromexico plane because of his turban. Indian-American Waris Ahluwalia, who ...

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Manley on black QBs: 'They're used to running from the law'

Dexter Manley, “The Secretary of Defense,” was rather offensive on Saturday. Manley, making an appearance as a studio analyst on CBS station WUSA, said black quarterbacks like to run because “they are probably used to running from the law.” The comment left his co-host cringing, along with anyone else who was watching. FOLLOW THE DAILY NEWS SPORTS ON FACEBOOK. “LIKE” ...

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Turkish Police Seize Hundreds of Fake Lifejackets from Factory in Coastal Smuggling Hub

Citing the Agence France-Presse and Dogan news agencies, the Guardian reports that Turkish police have discovered a factory producing fake lifejackets filled with non-buoyant materials. Earlier this week, the bodies of 34 refugees washed ashore in Ayvalık and Dikili. http://gawker.com/bodies-of-at-l… Police reportedly seized over a thousand lifejackets from the workshop in Izmir, a major hub for human smuggling on the ...

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Brett Favre whispers congrats to Peyton Manning from tree

If Brett Farve whispers congratulations to Peyton Manning from a tree, can the Broncos quarterback hear him? “Hey Peyton, I’m in a tree stand,” a camo-clad Favre says in a hushed tone, his bow hanging from a tree branch behind him. “Yeah, you’ve interrupted me again. Anyway, man, I’m very happy for ya. Congrats. But now you have to take ...

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Credit Card Users Suffer Fatigue From the Rewards Game

Filed under: Banking, Personal Finance, Travel, Credit Cards, Financial Services Getty Images By Christopher Elliott A recent poll bears out something I already believed to be true and am happy to see: Consumers are finally losing their enthusiasm for airline and other affinity credit cards. Bankrate (RATE), an aggregator of financial rate information, reports that its Money Pulse survey found ...

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Rental Car Insurance From Your Credit Card

Filed under: Travel, Credit Cards, Auto Insurance, Renting, Vacation Planning Alamy By Kimberly Lankford Q. I’m going to rent a car when traveling for Thanksgiving. I understand that my credit card will provide rental car insurance. How does this coverage work? –E.S., Hanover, Pennsylvania. A. Your own auto insurance policy most likely covers rental car damage and liability, up to ...

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From Miss Moneypenny to a drug addict, Naomie Harris is hardly playing to type

By Baz Bamigboye for the Daily Mail Published: 18:57 EST, 22 October 2015 | Updated: 02:11 EST, 23 October 2015 Naomie Harris is playing a haggard drug user in a new film. But she’ll be hurrying back to London in time for Monday’s royal premiere of Bond film Spectre, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in attendance. ‘I’ll be ...

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Apple poaches AI expert from Nvidia, possibly to work on self-driving cars

In what may be another sign that Apple is getting serious about cars, the company has hired Jonathan Cohen, the director of deep learning for chip-maker Nvidia. Nvidia is best-known for its graphics products used for computer games, but it has recently been pushing into the world of autonomous vehicles. Cohen reported the change on his LinkedIn page. Deep learning, ...

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Hitman: Agent 47 review: Run for your life from cliched film, with preposterous, blood-spattered violence

By Brian Viner, Film Critic for the Daily Mail Published: 16:04 EST, 27 August 2015 | Updated: 06:28 EST, 28 August 2015 Hitman: Agent 47 (15)  Verdict: Unoriginal, violent thriller The warning comes at the end of the opening credits: Hitman: Agent 47 is a film based on a video game. So prepare for preposterous, blood-spattered violence, in which bullet-riddled ...

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