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International - Today’s News

Poll: Does the Pope's letter go far enough? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Does the Pope's letter go far enough?

Yesterday the Pope wrote a letter to all Catholics insisting that “no effort must be spared” to prevent instances of clerical abuse from happening.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all you need to know this grey Tuesday morning.

Google now being sued for tracking phone locations

A lawsuit filed in San Francisco is accusing Google of invading people’s privacy.

NHS hospitals in England risk drug shortages in no-deal Brexit scenario, leaked letter warns

With a no-deal Brexit looking increasingly possible, a group representing hospitals in England has sounded the warning.

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Trump says he could take over the investigation into himself if he wanted

Trump told Reuters that he is fearful of any ‘perjury trap’ interview with Mueller.

Woman out walking her dog killed in alligator attack in South Carolina

Cassandra Cline died at the scene after she was pulled from the water.

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International - Yesterday’s News

Explainer: Why are so many earthquakes hitting one Indonesian island?

Several earthquakes in recent weeks have killed more than 500 people and left hundreds of thousands homeless.

Church urges followers to drop the Mormon name

Nelson, 93, said the decision on the proper terminology was revealed to him by God.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what had people talking today.

Terror suspect in court over UK parliament 'attack'

Sudanese-born British national Salih Khater is accused of driving into a group of cyclists.

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Kevin Spacey movie takes in just $618 over its first weekend

It took in just $126 on its first day.

'Survivors are tired of meaningless apologies': One in Four critical of Pope letter

The Pope arrives in Ireland on Saturday.

From The42 As it happened: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League Liveblog

As it happened: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League

Liverpool played Crystal Palace in their second league game of the season.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Measles cases reach record high across Europe

Over 41,000 children and adults in Europe have been infected with measles in the first six months of 2018.

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A third of fruit and veg 'too ugly' to sell

More than 50 million tonnes of fruits and vegetables are discarded each year in Europe.

Spanish police treating attempted knife assault on officers as 'terrorist attack'

The man was shot dead by a police officer during the incident in Catalonia.

Leading #MeToo actress paid off man who claimed she sexually assaulted him

Actress Asia Argento was accused of sexual assault by fellow actor Jimmy Bennett in 2013.

Eight years and €289 billion later, Greece exits its final bailout today Join The Club This post contains videos

Eight years and €289 billion later, Greece exits its final bailout today

The country is not out the woods though and its people are still feeling austerity.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s all you need to know this Monday morning.

10 more dead after fresh 6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia's Lombok island

The quakes hit throughout yesterday, with the first measuring 6.3 shortly before midday which triggered landslides.

'I never imagined this day would come': South Koreans meet relatives in North after decades apart

The three-day reunion is the first for three years and follows a diplomatic thaw on the peninsula.

International - Sunday 19 August, 2018

Poor sleep triggers viral loneliness and social rejection, study finds

That alienating vibe also makes sleep-deprived individuals more socially unattractive to others.

'What a rush': Getting front and centre at the most dangerous sport event on Earth

Irish photographer Donal Moloney was the only non-Italian this year to capture the drama of the ancient Calcio Storico, ‘a mixture of soccer, rugby and attempted murder’.

British woman rescued 10 hours after falling from cruise ship in Croatia

The 46-year-old told reporters she fell off the back of the ship.

South Korean swaps bitcoins for €2 million in fake notes

Once the transaction was completed in a hotel in the city of Nice, the South Korean realised the 500-euro notes he had been handed were photocopied fakes.

Fresh 6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia's Lombok island

There have been no reports of deaths or injuries so far.

Trump lashes out at Russia probe as 'McCarthyism'

Trump’s Twitter storm was set off by a front-page report in the New York Times implying that McGahn had turned on him.

Genoa death toll hits 43 as search for answers ramps up

Rescuers confirmed today that they had found the remains believed to be of a missing family inside a car extracted from the rubble of the viaduct.

Fans injured during storm at Backstreet Boys concert

WinStar World Casino and Resort said about 150 patrons did not evacuate when the storm hit with 128 kph winds.

Why the film Crazy Rich Asians could be a gamechanger for Hollywood

It’s the first Hollywood movie in a quarter of a century to feature an majority-Asian cast — a feat not matched since The Joy Luck Club in 1993.

Photos: Entire villages swept away as southern Indian state stricken by floods

More than 350 people have died in the floods.

'We have twice had to rebuild our village on the West Bank - now our school is under threat'

The principal of the school used by Palestinian children in Susya makes a direct appeal to the Irish government to support them.

Irish among those detained after massive drugs seizure by Spanish police

UK, Moroccan and Spanish nationals have also been arrested in connection with drug trafficking.

'Everyone was so panicked': Irish woman caught up in Indonesian earthquake reveals local devastation

More than 400 people were killed and thousands injured in the disaster earlier this month.

International - Saturday 18 August, 2018

From The42 Arsenal remain point-less, as Chelsea prevail in 5-goal thriller Report

Arsenal remain point-less, as Chelsea prevail in 5-goal thriller

Unai Emery’s baptism of fire continued at Stamford Bridge today.

'I'm back': Nigel Farage is leading a battle bus tour to campaign against a 'cowardly sell-out Brexit'

“Our complacent MPs need to understand just how strongly people feel about being lied to while their wishes are blatantly ignored,” the MEP said.

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