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AA fulfilling ‘Butch’ Stewart’s dream with a first major flight to Ian Fleming Int’l Airport Nov 5

Gordon “Butch” Stewart did not live to see his dream realized, but the first major world airline will touch down in seven months’ time at Ian Fleming International Airport in St Mary, named after the famous author of the fictional James Bond spy thrillers popular with moviegoers.

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In Syria, Russia Leads Effort To Recruit Fighters For Ukraine

Analysts say Moscow has been recruiting Syrian fighters through its mercenary network and local groups.

Beirut, Lebanon – Even after a decade of civil war, Syrians have been trying to find a way out of the country to fight in another.

Moscow through the mercenary company the Wagner Group and supported Syrian fighter groups have been recruiting men to fight alongside Russian troops in Ukraine. Thousands across the war-torn country have reportedly expressed an interest in signing up.

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Oldest US Active Park Ranger Retires At 100

RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA — The oldest active park ranger in the United States is hanging up her hat at the age of 100.

Betty Reid Soskin retired Thursday after more than 15 years at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond, California, the National Park Service announced.

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China, Myanmar To Deepen Exchanges, Cooperation On All Fronts

Pointing out the traditional friendship between China and Myanmar, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday said China and Myanmar have decided to deepen exchanges and cooperation on all fronts.

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