Flying to Rome without passport was easy, says boy


Tweet London, July 26 (IANS) An 11-year-old boy who had no passport or boarding pass and flew to Rome alone after walking unchallenged through airport security says “getting on the plane was easier than doing my homework”. In an interview to The Sun Wednesday he said: “No one asked me for anything.” Liam Corcoran-Fort said he climbed on a Jet2 plane looking for a loo after slipping away from his mum outside Manchester…

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Raúl Castro: "The Table Is Set for the United States"

Photo: MJ Porter/Translator On Thursday morning, the 26th of July was celebrated in Gunatanamo province. The 59th anniversary of the assault on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Cespedes barracks went according to script with no great surprises. In Mariana Grajales Plaza in this eastern city, members of the government, […]