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International - Today’s News

The next Brexit step: Withdrawal Agreement Bill to be published on Friday

“We need to take decisions, not to duck them,” Theresa May told MPs, urging them to vote for her thrice-defeated deal.

British steel goes into liquidation leaving 5,000 jobs at risk

An estimated 20,000 more people have links to the firm’s supply chain.

Alabama TV station refuses to show 'Arthur' episode featuring gay wedding

The cartoon tells the story of an eight-year-old aardvark, his family and friends.

May writes to Corbyn with plea for 'last chance' compromise as her Brexit hopes dwindle

The prime minister is running out of options and allies after unveiling her new Brexit plan yesterday.

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Body of Indian climber, in group with missing Irish man, recovered from Mt Everest

Ravi Thakar (28) was found dead inside his tent at Everest Camp 4 last Friday.

Composting of human bodies now legal in Washington

The bill was signed in a bid to cut carbon emissions from burials and cremations.

The Disappeared: Anonymous donor offers $60,000 for information on locations of last three victims

The three men are among 16 people killed by Republicans between 1972 and 1985.

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International - Yesterday’s News

Trump in Ireland: White House confirms US President will arrive on 5 June

The US President will be here for a two-night visit.

New Brexit plan: May loses support as she gives MPs a shot at second referendum

“The biggest problem with Britain today is its politics,” May said today.

McDonald's workers file dozens of sexual harassment charges in US

Allegations included groping, indecent exposure and propositions for sex.

From The42 'It's a very interesting and weird situation with two coaches swapping countries' Trading Places

'It's a very interesting and weird situation with two coaches swapping countries'

New Ireland women’s hockey coach Sean Dancer wants to build on the job Graham Shaw has done after the pair swapped jobs.

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French families sue Boeing over fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash

The 10 March crash of the plane killed all 157 people on board.

'A great joy': Woman gives birth to Poland's first sextuplets

The babies range in weight from 890 grammes to 1.3 kilogrammes.

From The42 Arsenal star will not travel to Baku for Europa League final due to safety concerns Taking The Mkh

Arsenal star will not travel to Baku for Europa League final due to safety concerns

Political tensions between Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s homeland Armenia and Azerbaijan have raised concerns.

Jamie Oliver's UK-based restaurant chain goes into administration

Jamie’s Italian, a restaurant based in Dublin, is unaffected by the announcement, a spokesperson said.

Life support resumes for man in controversial case after court reverses earlier decision

Vincent Lambert is at the centre of a hugely controversial court case.

Man accused of Christchurch mosque shooting charged with terrorism

The 28 year old Australian was already facing murder and attempted murder charges.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s everything you need to know as the day gets started.

US delays Huawei ban for up to 90 days, while founder says the firm 'can't be isolated'

The founder of the Chinese technology giant has said that it “can’t be isolated”.

Number of non-EEA students in Ireland reaches record level: here's where they're coming from

There has been a 45% increase in students from non-EEA countries since 2013.

International - Monday 20 May, 2019

Fifth migrant child dies after detention by US border patrol since December

The teen has been identified by US Customs and Border Protection as Carlos Gregorio Hernandez Vasquez.

Iranian foreign minister says Trump's 'genocidal taunts won't end Iran'

The riposte by Iran’s top diplomat followed an ominous warning by Trump.

Austrian far-right ministers to resign en masse following hidden-camera sting

This comes after one of their number, Interior Minister Herbert Kickl, was fired.

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Eiffel Tower remains closed after climbing man causes evacuation France This post contains videos

Eiffel Tower remains closed after climbing man causes evacuation

The Parisian landmark was put on lockdown this afternoon.

The Explainer: Why are so many US states tightening abortion laws right now?

With a Supreme Court dominated by conservatives and a pro-life president, this type of shift in abortion legislation had been expected for some time – so what happens now?

Prosecutors issue formal request to hold Julian Assange on suspicion of rape

It’s the first step towards seeking his extradition to Sweden.

A milkshake has been thrown on Nigel Farage

The MEP candidate was canvassing in Newcastle when it happened.

Doctors begin switching off life support in hugely controversial French case

The man’s parents have repeatedly launched court action to keep him alive — in defiance of his wife and five siblings who are in favour of his right to die.

Have a Huawei phone? Here's how Google's new Android measures may affect you

The news from Google comes as a blow to the Chinese smartphone maker.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as the day gets started.

Trump warns that war would mean 'the official end of Iran' as tensions continue to rise

Trump’s Cabinet is reportedly at odds on how to deal with Iran.

Google to cut ties with Huawei as it's set to restrict access to Android

Google said it was complying with a US government order.

Opinion: 'The Farage approach would strip the heart from democracy'

The Brexit Party is leading the polls but has refused to publish a manifesto – that approach poses a threat to democracy, writes Matthew Murphy.

International - Sunday 19 May, 2019

From The42 Koepka survives major Sunday scare to defend PGA Championship title Major Moment

Koepka survives major Sunday scare to defend PGA Championship title

The American held off a late challenge from Dustin Johnson to secure a wire-to-wire victory at Bethpage Black.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what mead the news today.

Government will help family of Trinity professor who went missing on Everest 'in any way possible'

Seamus Lawless went missing on the world’s highest mountain earlier this week.

17 people injured after explosion hits tourist bus near Egyptian pyramids

It comes months after a similar explosion killed three tourists in the region.

Switzerland votes to approve stricter gun laws in line with EU regulations

Reports suggest the country has one of the highest rates of gun ownership in the world.

'A total exaggeration': Tánaiste dismisses reports of row between government and US over Trump visit

It has been widely reported that Trump will be in the country for a number of days at the beginning of June.

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