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Myanmar protesters return to streets despite police violence
Protesters are calling for power to be restored to Aung San Suu Kyi’s deposed civilian government.
Shelbourne set to snap up in-demand Cork City star Saoirse Noonan
Noonan would significantly strengthen the Tolka Park side’s attacking options for the 2021 season.
Police fire rubber bullets at anti-coup demonstrators as crowds continue to defy military
International condemnation of the coup continues to grow.
Thousands of people rally against military coup in Myanmar demanding release of Suu Kyi
Yesterday, new military authorities cut most access to the internet, making Twitter and Instagram inaccessible.
Myanmar junta blocks internet access as protests widen over coup
Since the coup, social media platforms have been major sources of independent news as well as organising tools for protests.
Myanmar military tightens grip on power as key aide of Aung San Suu Kyi arrested
Win Htein, aged 79, was detained at his home in Yangon.
Myanmar's generals order access to Facebook be restricted as UN chief says coup must fail
One of the country’s main telecom providers confirmed that authorities ordered it to “temporarily block” Facebook access.
Myanmar generals in firm control after coup as US threatens sanctions
US President Joe Biden led the chorus of global outrage, calling for a quick restoration of democracy.
Donald Trump denounces impeachment inquiry as a 'coup'
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vowed to prevent or delay five State Department officials from testifying in the investigation.
Coleman's spot under threat as Everton sign Monaco right-back on season-long loan
The World Cup winner completed his medical at Goodison Park on Wednesday evening.
Bernard Jackman takes reins at Bective Rangers in bid to steer them back into AIL
The former Ireland international will take charge of the Leinster Senior League Division 1A outfit from next season.
Venezuela: Violent clashes on the streets as Maduro hangs on despite 'coup'
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido claims to have military backing to oust Maduro.
Europe says no-deal Brexit looks 'increasingly likely' and could lead to delays at airports
Theresa May is making a last-ditch attempt to get her Brexit deal over the line.
Nineteen-year-old star Ali Reghba re-signs to Bohs with Premier League move looming
The42 understands that the Republic of Ireland U19 international striker is set to join Leicester City in the summer.
BT Sport lose out as Eleven Sports secure UFC broadcasting rights for Ireland and the UK
The online streaming platform will show MMA’s premier promotion from January 2019.
17-year-old Bayern Munich starlet looks set to declare for Ireland - reports
Ryan Johansson – remember the name.
Vice-president claims Monaco have beaten Chelsea and Juve to signature of Russian star
Aleksandr Golovin has been attracting interest from across Europe but Monaco claim they have won the race for his signature.
Ajax lure Southampton star Tadic back to Eredivisie
Dusan Tadic has agreed a return to the Eredivisie after four years at Southampton, the Serbia international signing for Ajax.
John O'Flynn due north as Finn Harps seal deal for experienced striker
It’s a big boost to Ollie Horgan’s promotion ambitions.
Lyon president says 'it could be necessary for the French State to take over' after Neymar transfer
Jean-Michel Aulas believes Paris Saint-Germain will wind up spending €1bn on the Brazilian.
Nearly 500 people on trial today for plotting Turkey coup - but the main suspect remains in US
Fethullah Gulen, the man authorities say organised the coup, currently lives in the US.
Turkey president promises to 'chop off the heads' of traitors as hundreds of thousands take to the streets
The country was marking the one-year anniversary of a failed coup.
Turkey marks year since 'epic' defeat of anti-Erdogan coup
The authorities have declared 15 July an annual national holiday of ‘democracy and unity’.
Turkey to hold day of celebration on 1-year anniversary of defeated coup
The authorities have declared 15 July an annual national holiday of “democracy and unity”.
United and City target reportedly on verge of surprise move to Atlético
Reports in Spain suggest the capital club have agreed a fee with Monaco.
Celtic beat Spurs and West Ham to signing of talented Ipswich teenager
Spurs invited Kundai Benyu to be part of their NextGen Series squad in Amsterdam last summer, but he’s now off to Parkhead.
Sale bring in Australian back O'Connor as marquee signing on three-year deal
The 27-year-old is returning to the Premiership.
Manuel Noriega, infamous dictator toppled by US army, dies aged 83
Noriega ruled the Central American country of Panama between 1983 and 1989 before being deposed by a US military invasion.
Venezuelan court rows back on move to seize power after being accused of coup
The court’s original decision had been condemned internationally.
When a coup is not a coup: Venezuela is edging closer to a full-on democratic catastrophe
A number of Latin American countries have hit out at the move.
Top 14 leaders strengthen with addition of All Black scrum-half Kerr-Barlow
The 26-year-old will join La Rochelle from the Chiefs for the start of next season.
Profile: Gambia's enigmatic leader who refused to cede power (and claims he can cure AIDS with herbs)
Yahya Jammeh, who had until last night refused to accept his losing result in last month’s election, has led the west African nation since seizing power in a coup 22 years ago.
Saracens close in on signing of Springbok to partner Itoje in formidable second-row
Eben Etzebeth is widely-regarded as one of the most destructive forwards in the game.
Turkey has arrested 32,000 people - and it's just the start
Around one in every 1,000 people in Turkey has been investigated in connection with the July coup.
The Chinese football revolution has added yet another high-profile name
Manuel Pellegrini has been confirmed as coach of Hebei China Fortune.
Nearly a million people gather to support Turkish leader after failed coup
A large section of VIP seats overlooking the square were reserved for families of those killed in the coup attempt.
Swansea agree fee to bring Spanish World Cup winning striker to the Premier League
The arrival of Fernando Llorente would be a real coup for the Premier League side.
Erdogan withdraws thousands of lawsuits for 'insults against his person'
Recep Erdogan said he was inspired by feelings of unity that has followed the recent failed coup.
Turkey shuts down dozens of media organisations
Close to 1,700 officers have also been formally discharged from the military.
Turkey shuts over 1,000 schools and extends police powers after failed coup
Under heightened police powers, suspects can now be held without charge for one month, up from four days.