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KUALA LUMPUR Air Jordan Retro For Sale Online , Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia Airlines announced Wednesday that it will lease six secondhand Airbus A330-200 aircraft from AerCap, the world's largest independent aircraft leasing company.

The carrier had signed a letter of intent with AerCap for the leasing, which will be the replacement for the group's six narrowbody Boeing 737 that are being returned to lessors, Malaysia Airlines chief executive officer Peter Bellew told the media in an update briefing on the group's restructuring plan.

The aircraft is expected to arrive between February and October next year Air Jordan Shoes For Sale Online , he said.

The aircraft will be leased for six years from 2018 to 2023, and will mainly be used to up-gauge several high demand medium haul routes, he added.

According to Peter Bellew, the leasing is part of the group's fleet rebalancing plan which will result in savings of 5 percent to 20 percent on leasing cost.

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama said Thursday that the United States is ending a longstanding policy that granted residency to Cubans who arrived in the United States without visas.

Later in the day, the Cuban government welcomed the decision, saying it is "positive".

Known as the "wet-footdry-foot" policy, the special U.S. immigration treatment for Cuba has been in place for more than 20 years.

As the new measure became effective immediately, Cubans who attempt to enter the United States illegally and do not qualify for humanitarian relief will be subject to removal. The Cuban government has agreed to accept the return of Cubans who have been ordered to be removed.

"By taking this step, we are treating Cuban migrants the same way we treat migrants from other countries," Obama said in a statement, calling it an important step forward to normalize relations with Cuba.

The move comes more than two years after Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro announced on Dec. 17, 2014, that the two countries would normalize relations after more than a half century of enmity. The two former Cold War foes re-established diplomatic relations in 2015.

The special immigration policy, which puts Cubans who reach U.S. soil on a fast track to permanent residency, began in 1995 under President Bill Clinton's administration and is one of many Cold War-era policies that persisted despite the restoration of diplomatic relations and efforts to normalize ties.

The Cuban government has urged the United States to end the policy and negotiated with the U.S. side for months for the change.

The outdated laws "violate the letter and spirit of the Immigration Agreements in effect, through which both governments pledged to guarantee legal, safe and orderly emigration," the Cuban Foreign Ministry said in a statement last July.

On Thursday, Obama also said in the statement that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is ending the Cuban Medical Professional Parole Program.

"By providing preferential treatment to Cuban medical personnel, the medical parole program contradicts those efforts, and risks harming the Cuban people," Obama said.

Cuban medical personnel are now eligible to apply for asylum at U.S. embassies and consulates around the world, consistent with the procedures for all foreign nationals.

The Beckham boys

David Beckham has revealed that his sons want to follow his lead by getting tattoos - but he has urged them not to.

The ex-England football star - who has full sleeves of artwork among his vast collection - has told the youngsters they should dare to be different by shunning the ink.

In an interview for ITV chat series The Jonathan Ross Show to be broadcast tomorrow, father-of-four Beckham said his boys had already expressed an interest.

"They've already said they're having tattoos done. And I said, 'Well Jordan Retro For Sale Online , be different, don't have any tattoos'," Beckham explained.

"And they said 'No, we're going to have one. We're going to have Mum and Dad.' So I can't really say no to that."

In the interview Jordan Shoes For Sale Online , he told Ross that he was not always so proud of some of his looks over the years. He was not fond of the plaits he once had, photographs of which were dusted down last week following the death of Nelson Mandela.

He recalled: "I think I was in France at the time, I'd had a glass of wine or two. It was really painful to have done. I had it done at the wrong time as well, because it was when England were in South Africa and we ended up visiting Nelson Mandela Air Jordan Retro For Sale , I ended up going with cornrows, and I really regretted having that done."

Meanwhile, the footballer also admitted he reduced his son Romeo to tears after giving a penalty against him while refereeing a children's match.

Beckham, who had his own occasional run-ins with match officials during his playing career Air Jordan Shoes For Sale , had to step in during a recent training match to penalise his own 11-year-old after he fouled an opponent.

He said: "I had to step in the ref one of their games and I kind of didn't really want to but all the dads were like, 'well, you know the rules.' So I took my coat off and I went out there and it was Romeo's game.

"First half went great, they were winning 3-1. Second half 4-1 Air Jordan For Sale , 5-1 and then Romeo went to make a tackle in the penalty area, missed the ball and took the young kid down and I had to give a penalty.