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In August, there was an increase in passenger traffic at airports

first_imgThe total passenger traffic at airports in August 2017 amounted to 1 thousand, which is an increase of 682% compared to August 2016, when passenger traffic amounted to 1 thousand. In August 2017, the growth of passenger traffic compared to August 2016 was recorded by Split Airport (22,3%), Dubrovnik Airport (16,8%), Zagreb Airport (13,4%), Pula Airport (23,1, 21,7%), Zadar Airport (42,8%), Osijek Airport (90,0%), Brač Airport (12,4%) and Mali Lošinj Airport (3,4%), and a decrease was recorded in port of Rijeka (XNUMX%).The most significant increase in passenger traffic was realized with the airports of the Netherlands, 52,8% compared to the same period last year. The total number of aircraft landings and take-offs at airports in August 2017 was 18, which is an increase of 335% compared to 16 landings and take-offs in August 890.Source: CBSlast_img read more

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Parade flop could spell end for porn expo

first_imgManawatu Standard 25 Feb 2012Parents didn’t need to cover their children’s eyes because if you blinked, you missed it. The controversial Boobs on Bikes parade, heralding the start of the Erotica Expo at the Barber Hall this weekend, drove through the city yesterday with barely a crowd to be seen, or an eyebrow raised. The five bikes that made up the parade – one was a pink scooter – merged into the traffic and if it wasn’t for the large double-sided billboard on the trailer emblazoned with a bare breast, it might have passed by unnoticed altogether. There were no crowds around The Square, no groups of embarrassed schoolboys sneaking a peek, nor bands of young men taking photos. The parade was supposed to roar in at 4pm, but was running almost half an hour late.http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/6480004/Boobs-fall-flatlast_img read more

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15 killed in Sri Lanka police raid at suspected terrorist home

first_imgFifteen people including six children are dead following a confrontation with Sri Lanka security forces in which three-cornered suicide bombers detonated their explosives and exchanged gunfire with police.Police and soldiers fought exchanged fire with occupants for more than an hour Friday evening,  during a raid on their home.Shortly after, the suicide bombers detonated their explosives.Police say a search operation on Saturday morning uncovered the bodies of three men, three women and six children inside the home.“Three other men, also believed to be suicide bombers, were found dead outside the house,” police said, adding that they had been shot.The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka said authorities are in the process of rounding up supporters and sympathizers of the terrorist cell that carried out the string of bombings last Sunday which killed at least 253 people and injured hundreds more.About 70 were estimated to be at large, “some capable of exploding themselves,” according to Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.There were no casualties among the security forces, police confirmed.Related content:Family of American 5th grader killed in Sri Lanka Bombings speaks outlast_img read more

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