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The airport says "manual contingency processes" are in place to help travellers on their way.
They are among some 400 people from the US being taken off the vessel quarantined in Japan.
Helicopters deliver 50 tonnes of snow as mild weather impacts ski resorts in the Pyrenees.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says Manchester City deserve the "benefit of the doubt" over their ban from European club competition until their appeal is heard.
Shaun Murphy has won his first Welsh Open after beating Kyren Wilson 9-1 at the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff.
England captain Eoin Morgan says there needs to be a "considerable amount of time" before Alex Hales is considered for selection again.
A US firm claims the service it offers saves more than a tonne of carbon, after a pilot study.
Arsenal pick up just their seventh Premier League victory of the season with a quick-fire second-half double key to breaking Newcastle's resistance at Emirates Stadium.
ITV pulls Sunday's edition of Love Island following the death of the show's former host.
The party says the "purpose and intent" of plans to merge teams in No 10 and the Treasury must be explained.
St Helens score five second-half tries to come from behind and win at Hull FC, ending the Black and Whites' perfect start.
England pull off a stunning chase of 223 to beat South Africa in the third Twenty20 in Centurion and take a pulsating series 2-1.
Son Heung-min's stoppage time goal gives Tottenham victory at Aston Villa and takes the visitors up to fifth in the Premier League table.
Bristol come from 14-0 down to stun second-placed Northampton and move into the Premiership play-off places.
Manchester City thrash part-timers Ipswich Town 10-0 in the Women's FA Cup fifth round, as Birmingham City beat Sunderland.
The video, which has rocked French politics, brought down a political ally of President Emmanuel Macron.
Millions in Hubei province have been told to stay home, in the latest measure to control the spread.
Posting on Twitter he said the past three-and-a-half months have been the worst of his life.
The star, 72, sobs on stage as he loses his voice mid-way through a sold-out show in New Zealand.
The former England star's voice cracks as he pays tribute to "the greatest man in the world".