Transportation And Shipping

Egypt releases 3 foreigners arrested over protests

Oct 3, 2019

Egyptian airport officials say two Jordanians and a Sudanese arrested in Cairo amid the recent crackdown that followed anti-government protests have been released and flown back to their home countries

World War II-era bomber crashes; at least 7 reported dead

Oct 2, 2019

A Connecticut state official says at least seven people have been killed in the crash of a World War II-era B-17 bomber at the Hartford airport

The Latest: Airport reopens after vintage bomber crash

Oct 2, 2019

Bradley International Airport has reopened one runway after a World War II-era bomber crashed during an aborted takeoff attempt

Lawmakers plan investigation in NJ Transit's 'failures'

Oct 1, 2019

New Jersey lawmakers are launching an investigation into the state's beleaguered transit system

Arch bridge falls in Taiwan bay, divers search for victims

Oct 1, 2019

A towering bridge over a bay in eastern Taiwan has collapsed sending an oil tanker truck falling onto boats in the water below and at least 11 people are feared trapped or missing

The Latest: Owner of tanker held by Iran confirms release

Sep 27, 2019

Noon The head of the Swedish shipping firm that owns a British-flagged oil tanker held by Iran since July says the vessel and its crew have been released

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

Sep 25, 2019

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the U.S. and abroad

Train derailment injures 40 passengers in southeast Iran

Sep 25, 2019

Iran's official IRNA news agency reports that a train derailed in the country's southeast, near the Pakistan border, injuring 40 passengers

London keeps Uber on short license as it scrutinizes firm

Sep 24, 2019

London transport authorities on Tuesday gave ride-hailing firm Uber a two-month license with new safety conditions as it continues to scrutinize the company

Effort to bring home stranded Thomas Cook travelers underway

Sep 24, 2019

The British government has flown home the first 14,500 people stranded by the collapse of tour operator Thomas Cook, and is expected to ramp up the repatriation effort to get all the 150,000 U.K.-based customers home

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