US Navy scrambled jets as Russian warplanes approached carrier near Japan

By REUTERS

WASHINGTON: The USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier scrambled four fighter jets to intercept approaching Russian warplanes as it carried out a military exercise on Tuesday in the Sea of Japan, US military officials said on Thursday.

The two Russian TU-145 “Bear” jets came as close as a nautical mile from the carrier and were flying at a low-altitude, about 500 feet above sea level, the officials said.

TU-145 Bear is a long-range anti-submarine warfare plane and a variant of the TU-95 Bear strategic bomber.

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Reham Khan: “The Pakistani media is like a wild child”

The host, filmmaker and ambassador for street children talks about her struggles and journey in the media industry.
By Amber Arshad, Published in Jul-Aug 2015

Deutsche Bank to Cut 35,000 jobs

Deutsche Bank to Shrink Workforce by 35,000 in Broad Revamp

Bank reports steep loss for third quarter

By JENNY STRASBURG and MADELEINE NISSEN

FRANKFURT— Deutsche Bank AG on Thursday said it would eliminate thousands of jobs and shut operations in several countries, the latest European bank taking sweeping action to arrest declining profits.

The biggest lender in Europe’s most powerful economy will cut 35,000 jobs from its payroll and make a raft of other changes to fix a bank its new co-Chief Executive John Cryan described as saddled with broken technology and “poor historic behavior.”

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