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#Coo

# coo - Saturday 14 September, 2019

CIA reveals it tried to train animals to spy on the Russians in the 1970s

The CIA hoped birds of prey could be trained for “emplacement” missions like dropping a listening device on a windowsill.

# coo - Thursday 17 April, 2014

Sandberg: 'If you want to do something nice for your wife, don't buy flowers, do the laundry'

Sheryl Sandberg talks gender equality, women leaning in, asking for raises and not being afraid to be ambitious.

# coo - Tuesday 15 April, 2014

Meet AIB's new Chief Operating Officer

Stephen White has previously worked in British Telecom and NHS Direct.

# coo - Monday 20 May, 2013

Pigeon v Plane: The costly battle to keep the airspace bird-free Pigeons This post contains videos

Pigeon v Plane: The costly battle to keep the airspace bird-free

A recent incident involving pigeons which forced an Aer Lingus plane to abandon its flight to London has highlighted the measures Dublin Airport takes to keep the skies around the runway bird-free.

# coo - Saturday 11 May, 2013

Pigeons force Aer Lingus flight to abandon trip to London Coo

Pigeons force Aer Lingus flight to abandon trip to London

Flight EI168 left Dublin at 3pm – but was back after 15 minutes after striking a flock of birds.