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  • Gina Marie Lindsey: She's piloting LAX into the 21st century

     Gina Marie Lindsey: She's piloting LAX into the 21st century
    Don't think that Gina Marie Lindsey is up in an ivory control tower. This week, the executive director of Los Angeles World Airports will be joining an estimated 2.6 million passengers in the Christmas/New Year's scrum at LAX, on her own holiday travels. In 2007, the woman who once ran Seattle's airport was appointed to run L.A.'s by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. In October, Mayor Eric Garcetti decided to keep Lindsey on to, in her words, "continue to push this" — Los Angeles International Airport — forward."
  • Dozens of pro-Palestinian activists detained at Israeli airport

     
    Israel on Sunday detained 43 international activists when they tried to enter the country as part of a pro-Palestinian demonstration that organizers billed as a “fly-in” to draw attention to the occupation of the West Bank.

    Lawyer: Fair trial in Libya for Kadafi son 'impossible' [Video]

     
    Breaking her silence since she was freed from detention in the remote Libyan town of Zintan, an International Criminal Court attorney said Friday it would be impossible for her client, the son of deposed leader Moammar Kadafi, to get a fair trial in...

    Death rate soars in drenched South Sudan refugee camps

     
    Soaked by rain yet short on clean water, refugees who have fled from Sudan to South Sudan are perishing from diarrhea and other preventable diseases at devastating rates, as aid agencies make anguished pleas for more help.

    Probe of Air France crash in Atlantic blames pilots, training

     
    The investigation of the 2009 crash of an Air France jet into the Atlantic concludes that the cockpit crew took the wrong steps to correct a high-altitude stall and blamed the errors on poor training of those piloting today's highly automated aircraft.