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  • Lufthansa to Resume Tel Aviv Flights Lufthansa to Resume Tel Aviv Flights

    FRANKFURT - Germany's Lufthansa said it would resume flights to Israel's Tel Aviv airport on Saturday July 26, lifting a ban imposed in response to fears that rockets being fired from the Gaza ...

  • Australia to Send 100 More Officers to MH17 Crash Site

    Australia is close to finalilzing a plan to send 100 additional police and some defense force personnel to Europe to join a planned Dutch-led international security force to secure the Malaysia ...

  • Airline Expert Missile will Show Signature on Debris

    The debris field from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is spread over a 21-kilometer radius in eastern Ukraine. It is expected to take investigators months to sort through the airplane pieces to learn ...

  • Ukraine Rebel Commander Acknowledges Fighters Had BUK Missiles Ukraine Rebel Commander Acknowledges Fighters Had BUK Missiles

    DONETSK - A powerful rebel leader in Ukraine has confirmed that pro-Russian separatists had an anti-aircraft missile of the type Washington says was used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 ...

  • US FAA Lifts Flight Ban on Israeli Airport US FAA Lifts Flight Ban on Israeli Airport

    The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has lifted a ban U.S. airlines flying in and out of Israel's Ben Gurion Airport. The agency said late Wednesday it canceled the restrictions after looking at ...


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The Wild Bunch: Director's Cut

The Wild Bunch: Director's Cut

Sam Peckinpah was as ambiguous as the films he made. He was one of the most complex, overmystified, misinterpreted, and brilliant filmmakers to ever emerge from Hollywood; he was a legend in his own time, the most macho of macho men who had a well known reputation for hard drinking, gambling, fighting, and being one of the most difficult directors to work with. He was a man who admitted to iden ... ...

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