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Eurostar's new financing package puts train service back on track
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US fashion retailer Forever 21 files for bankruptcy
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Swiss lament UK Thomas Cook 'Operation Matterhorn' codename
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Argentina's president defends austerity policies
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Primera Air's sudden shutdown leaves thousands of travellers stranded at airports
Icelandic budget airline Primera Air announced they will be ceasing operations and filing for bankruptcy, telling staff that all flights were being halted and leaving thousands of passengers stranded.