• Man dies following Cliffs of Moher fall
Man dies following Cliffs of Moher fall

Trinity College Dublin has released a statement after the tragic news that one of their students died at the Cliffs of Moher on Friday. He lost his balance while taking a photograph at the popular tourist attraction site - the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare - on Friday afternoon.

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  • Capital Murder charge filed in Jazmine Barnes case, deputies say
Capital Murder charge filed in Jazmine Barnes case, deputies say

Jazmine died at the scene and her mother, LaPorsha Washington , suffered a gunshot wound to the arm. "I didn't see anything but shattered glass and bullets coming toward my auto", the girl's mother, LaPorsha Washington , told the Associated Press earlier this week.

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  • After Trump's India Jibe, Twitterati Pounce on Him for 'Unhinged Rants'
After Trump's India Jibe, Twitterati Pounce on Him for 'Unhinged Rants'

But now that the war is about to end, we are probably getting a candid version of what the Americans really thought of the quality of the Indian aid. For Trump , the priority is that the U.S. must somehow end the 17-year old war in Afghanistan before his campaign gets under way for the presidential election in the United States next year.

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  • It's time to boost Pakistan-Turkey trade volume: Khan
It's time to boost Pakistan-Turkey trade volume: Khan

Pakistan's prime minister has told the president of Turkey he wants to strengthen the relationship between the two countries. They noted their expanding defence cooperation and expressed their resolve to further strengthening the existing economic, trade and commercial relations.

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  • Bartholomew Signs 'Tomos' Granting Independence To New Orthodox Church In Ukraine
Bartholomew Signs 'Tomos' Granting Independence To New Orthodox Church In Ukraine

Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople granted independence to the Orthodox church in Ukraine on Saturday, formally separating it from Moscow for the first time since the 17th century. The new church may boost pro-Western leader Poroshenko, who lobbied hard for its creation and faces a tight election race in March. The churches strongly deny thi...

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  • Royal Navy ship launched to tackle migrants crossing English Channel
Royal Navy ship launched to tackle migrants crossing English Channel

Home Secretary Sajid Javid has been criticised after questioning whether hundreds of migrants using small boats to make risky journeys across the English Channel are genuine asylum seekers . "In nearly every case you are claiming asylum in the United Kingdom but if you were a real, genuine asylum seeker you could have done that in another safe...

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  • Saudi prosecution demands 5 defendants be executed for Jamal Khashoggi murder
Saudi prosecution demands 5 defendants be executed for Jamal Khashoggi murder

So far, 18 suspects have been arrested but the trial involves 11 defendants so far. Saudi prosecutors sought the death penalty for five of the 11 suspects accused of murdering journalist Jamal Khashoggi as their trial began here on Thursday, the state media reported .

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  • Preliminary results will delay: DRC elections body says
Preliminary results will delay: DRC elections body says

We are doing our best to publish the results on 6 January. But on Thursday, CENI chief Corneille Nangaa told AFP that provisional results may be delayed. "The mission strongly wishes that the results that will be declared are true to the vote of the Congolese people". "The Common Front for the Congo (FCC) regrets the internet shutdown since...

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  • India arrests 750 as third woman enters flashpoint temple in Kerala
India arrests 750 as third woman enters flashpoint temple in Kerala

Bindu Hariharan, 42, a professor of legal studies, was one of the women who entered the temple on Wednesday . In September, India's Supreme Court overturned a ban on women of menstruating age - deemed as those aged 10 to 50 - setting foot in the gold-plated hilltop temple .

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  • Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib Tells Crowd
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib Tells Crowd "We Will Impeach the Motherf-er.'"

In an essay for Elle published on Thursday, Tlaib wrote that she chose to wear a thobe to bring "an unapologetic display of the fabric of the people in this country". "Because we're going to go in there and we're going to impeach the m****". On top of Israel was a post-it note that said "Palestine". Tlaib, 42, is the Detroit-born daughter o...

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  • Nancy Pelosi Takes Her Rightful Place as Speaker of the House
Nancy Pelosi Takes Her Rightful Place as Speaker of the House

Last month, he initially agreed to a budget deal without wall funding that would have averted a shutdown, but he reneged under pressure from conservative commentators. The last time a speaker regained the gavel was more than a half-century ago. It looks like there's no end in sight to the battle over the border, and now President Trump has anot...

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  • Brooklyn Boy May Have Died From Allergic Reaction To Fish-Cooking Odors
Brooklyn Boy May Have Died From Allergic Reaction To Fish-Cooking Odors

As he began struggling to breathe, Cameron tried using his nebulizer, but when it had no affect, his family called 911. Around 7:25 p.m., police arrived at Jean-Paul's 82nd Street home in Canarsie and found him unconscious. But I stopped and sat him up to make him feel better". That was my prince, man. Commenting generally on allergies, she s...

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  • Manchester stabbings suspect detained under mental health laws
Manchester stabbings suspect detained under mental health laws

Sam Clack, a BBC producer, was on a platform at Manchester Victoria waiting for a tram home when he witnessed the attack . The victim, aged in his 30s, has been left fighting for his life after he was chased by a gang of men and women from a shop in Fulham, west London, before being stabbed and left for dead.

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  • Trump calls for shutdown talks with Congress leaders
Trump calls for shutdown talks with Congress leaders

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday night. President Trump plans to hold a highly anticipated border security meeting with congressional leaders in the Situation Room on Wednesday afternoon, Fox News has learned - choosing a setting meant to underscore the urgency of the border problem.

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  • RNC Chair Jabs Mitt Romney - Her Uncle - For Anti-Trump Op-Ed
RNC Chair Jabs Mitt Romney - Her Uncle - For Anti-Trump Op-Ed

In his op-ed, Romney said President Trump's character falls short of what is required of a president. Trump used the social media blast to answer his own question about whether Romney would follow in Flake's footsteps as one of the Republican caucus' leading critics of his presidency and behavior.

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  • Man Triggers Police Operation After Shouting 'Why Don't You Die?' at Spider
Man Triggers Police Operation After Shouting 'Why Don't You Die?' at Spider

And despite the blip, the force said the passerby did the "right thing" in calling police and that officers were "very pleased" the incident turned out differently to how they feared. WA Police force told i the incident was something the officers involved "will definitely remember". The police log would be transcribed in a separate post, the spokes...

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  • Brazil's new President Jair Bolsonaro rolls back Indigenous tribe protections
Brazil's new President Jair Bolsonaro rolls back Indigenous tribe protections

The festivities began with a motorcade procession featuring Mr Bolsonaro and his wife, Michelle, standing up in an open-top Rolls-Royce, along the main road leading to Congress and other government buildings. The increased security came at the request of the incoming president, who was stabbed in the stomach during a campaign rally in September. ...

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  • 9 people injured, suspect arrested in Tokyo van attack
9 people injured, suspect arrested in Tokyo van attack

The vehicle barreled down the narrow street, which was packed with pedestrians, at around 12.10 a.m., on New Year's day, police said. The attacker, 21-year-old Kazuhiro Kusakabe, was arrested by the police on suspicion of attempted murder.

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  • 'Sand and death': Donald Trump summarises Syria
'Sand and death': Donald Trump summarises Syria

Critics not only warn of a resurgence of IS, but worry that the American exit is a betrayal of USA -backed Kurdish forces in Syria and leaves them vulnerable to an attack from Turkish forces. "I think we're slowing things down in a smart way", Graham said, adding that Trump was very aware of the plight of the Kurds. Meanwhile, a senior Israeli so...

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  • U.S. Strategic Command deletes New Year's tweet about dropping bombs
U.S. Strategic Command deletes New Year's tweet about dropping bombs

U.S. Strategic Command on New Year's Eve tweeted a video reminding the world America has nuclear bombs, but unlike the ball at the top of Times Square, it can "drop something much, much bigger". While people across the world celebrated the dawning of the New Year overnight, the United States military thought it would be amusing to celebrate and ...

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  • Sydney's £3.2m fireworks display marred by simple goof
Sydney's £3.2m fireworks display marred by simple goof

He said Westminster politicians had given the world the impression that Britain is "insular, inward looking", as Britain begins the new year countdown to Brexit. In China, President Xi delivered a New Year speech in which he asked people to continue to work together to achieve "an unprecedented and great cause", Xinhua reports.

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  • Trump blames
Trump blames "pathetic" Democrat immigration policies for childrens' deaths

President Donald Trump sounded off on the Democratic Party on Saturday over the deaths of two migrant children who recently died in U.S. Custody, arguing that if U.S. State officials in New Mexico said on Friday that Felipe had the flu before he passed away. Border authorities have recently seen more sick migrants crossing into the U.S., DHS of...

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  • MFA: Wall on Crimean border not to change status of Ukrainian peninsula
MFA: Wall on Crimean border not to change status of Ukrainian peninsula

Ukraine, however, still views Crimea as its own territory and claims the right to deploy ships in the area based on a 2003 deal with then-friendly Moscow. Minister for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons Vadym Chernysh says that his ministry is constantly in contact with worldwide humanitarian organizations and lawyers...

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  • Kerala’s Women’s Wall that was a show of feminist strength
Kerala’s Women’s Wall that was a show of feminist strength

Women, who have agreed to take part in the event, will begin assembling by the side of the national highways across all 14 districts by the afternoon. Besides coalition partners of the ruling LDF, 176 socio-cultural bodies also participated in the event. Over 1.25 lakh volunters of the Kudambashree Mission, would also be participating.

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  • Family of American arrested in Russian Federation as a spy says he's innocent
Family of American arrested in Russian Federation as a spy says he's innocent

Under Russian law, espionage can carry a prison sentence of between 10 and 20 years. Butina pleaded guilty to acting under the direction of a Russian official to establish relationships with influential Americans. According to Whelan's brother and Russian acquaintances, he has been visiting Russia since 2007, when he was a Marine staff sergeant s...

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  • Defeating May’s deal could mean no Brexit, UK’s Conservative party is warned
Defeating May’s deal could mean no Brexit, UK’s Conservative party is warned

Mr Juncker said it was up to the British to decide if the final decision is put back to the people in a second referendum or so-called People's Vote. "You can see the frustration in the members of Parliament in trying to navigate what the people wanted when they voted in the referendum". "When I'm out talking to people - whether it's fishermen ...

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  • Hundreds flee Islamist attacks in northeast Nigeria to seek refuge in Maiduguri
Hundreds flee Islamist attacks in northeast Nigeria to seek refuge in Maiduguri

Nasir Babagana also stated that since the military recaptured the town from Boko Haram terrorists in 2015, the city has been under the firm control of the military. "The fighters have surrounded Baga town for a number of hours, some are talking about 24 hours, and the battle is ongoing in that area". Out of the 167 "runaway policemen" that were...

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  • White House chief voices 'nothing but compassion' for migrants
White House chief voices 'nothing but compassion' for migrants

The president himself has touted steel slats on twitter, posting pictures of those types of barriers as he argues for the funds to build the project as the federal government enters day nine of a partial shutdown. They were also notable given Trump's insistence for most of his term that the border would have a wall, not the "steel slat barrier" he ...

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  • China's Xi Jinping calls on Donald Trump for trade compromise
China's Xi Jinping calls on Donald Trump for trade compromise

Mr Trump did not offer more detail on what specific progress was being made. Trump wrote on his Twitter page. The U.S. and China have been involved in a tit-for-tat trade battle throughout the course of 2018. China is also targeting intellectual property theft in the country - one of the main sticking points in the dispute with the US. Th...

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  • Pelosi hits Hawaii resort while Trump visits Iraq
Pelosi hits Hawaii resort while Trump visits Iraq

In a series of tweets , Trump said he would close the border "entirely" if Democrats "do not give us the money to finish the Wall (sic) and also change the ridiculous immigration laws that our Country (sic) is saddled with". Trump tweeted. "The two children in question were very sick before they were given over to Border Patrol". The next mornin...

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