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  • Jamie Oliver shutters most UK restaurants, 1,000 jobs go

    British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain went into administration on Tuesday, leaving 1,000 people without jobs as the majority of branches ceased trading immediately in the latest blow for Britain's high street. Oliver, 43, a well-known figure in Britain and beyond for his popular TV shows and top-selling cookery books, founded his Jamie's Italian brand of high street restaurants in 2008. There will be about 1,000 redundancies as 22 of 25 branches closed immediately, administrators KPMG said, with Gatwick Airport's two Jamie's Italian branches and Jamie Oliver's Diner staying open in the short-term.

  • Doggie cam catches pet sitter naked on client's couch: 'It got hot'

    The petsitter was even aware that the client had a doggy cam on her counter.

  • Police fire tear gas to disperse crowds after Indonesia confirms president's re-election

    Indonesian police fired tear gas on Wednesday to disperse protesters in central Jakarta following a rally held after official results showed President Joko Widodo had been comfortably re-elected, a Reuters witness said. The General Election Commission (KPU) confirmed unofficial counts by private pollsters in the April 17 election, which gave Widodo a 55.5% share of votes against 44.5% for his opponent Prabowo Subianto. Widodo won more than 85 million votes of a total of 154 million cast in the world's third-largest democracy, but Prabowo told reporters he believed there had been widespread cheating and about 1,000 supporters gathered in Jakarta.

  • Man who posed as woman to cheat ex-schoolmate of nearly $50,000 jailed

    SINGAPORE - He posed as a woman in order to cheat a long-time friend into sending money to him.

  • Nokia CEO sees possible benefits from Huawei tensions

    Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri said on Tuesday the company could benefit from a U.S. clampdown on Chinese rival Huawei as the race to roll out 5G services heats up. Asked about the regulatory problems facing Huawei, he told investors: "Perhaps there is long term opportunity but more than that, it's hard to say at this point." Analysts expect Nokia and its Swedish peer Ericsson to benefit from tensions between the United States and Huawei, the largest supplier of mobile network technology. Nokia last month reported a surprise quarterly loss after it failed to supply 5G telecoms equipment in time.

  • Bomb-laden drone from Yemen rebels targets Saudi airport

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Yemen's Iranian-allied Houthi rebels attack a Saudi airport and military base with a bomb-laden drone, an assault acknowledged by the kingdom as Middle East tensions remain high between Tehran and Washington. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.

  • French widow sues Boeing for at least $276 million over Ethiopian crash

    A French woman whose husband died in the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX airliner in Ethiopia has filed a U.S. lawsuit against the planemaker, seeking at least $276 million in damages. The crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 in March killed all 157 passengers and crew aboard and followed the death in October of 189 people on a Lion Air 737 MAX which plunged into the ocean off Indonesia in similar circumstances. Dozens of families have sued Boeing over the Lion Air crash, and several lawsuits have been lodged over the Ethiopian crash near the capital Addis Ababa, which led airlines around the world to ground the Boeing 737 MAX.