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Wells Fargo shareholders disrupt meeting as fate of board members awaited

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. Wells Fargo & Co's annual meeting turned raucous when it was repeatedly interrupted by angry shareholders on Tuesday as the bank's chairman and chief executive tried to calm nerves ahead of a vote that could oust the majority of its board.

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Le Pen's father criticizes her presidential campaign as she steps back from party

PARIS French far-right veteran Jean-Marie Le Pen said on Tuesday his daughter Marine, who faces centrist Emmanuel Macron in a May 7 presidential runoff, should have campaigned more aggressively for Sunday's first round, following the example of Donald Trump. | Video

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Arkansas carries out first double execution in U.S. since 2000

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Arkansas carried out back-to-back executions on Monday night, administering lethal injections to two men convicted of rape and murder to become the first U.S. state to put more than one inmate to death on the same day in 17 years. | Video

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Air strikes kill at least 12, damage hospital in Syria's Idlib: medics, monitor

BEIRUT Syrian or Russian air strikes killed more than a dozen people and severely damaged a hospital in and around a town in rebel-held Idlib province on Tuesday, local medical workers and a monitoring group said.

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Exclusive: Boeing near decision to launch 737-10 jet - sources

PARIS Boeing is nearing a decision to launch a larger version of its 737 workhorse jet within two months to counter strong sales of the Airbus A321neo, after a breakthrough on the design for one of its parts, industry sources said.

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Waymo testing self-driving car ride service in Arizona

SAN FRANCISCO Alphabet Inc's Waymo autonomous vehicle group will begin testing a self-driving car program for hundreds of families in Phoenix, Arizona and is buying 500 Chrysler minivans to do so, the companies said on Tuesday.

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Officer says 'minimal but necessary force' used on United passenger

One of the police officers who forcibly removed a United Airlines customer in an incident that became a public relations disaster for the carrier said "minimal but necessary force" was used after the passenger acted aggressively, according to an incident report.