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31 October 2017 21:26 Trump calls former campaign aide at centre of Russia inquiry a liar

US president hits out at investigation after three charged with criminal offences A defiant Donald Trump has hit out at the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in the US election, branding one of the three men charged with criminal offences a “liar” and insisting there had been “no collusion”. In a series of tweets on Tuesday morning, the US president 8

01 October 2017 05:42 North Korea vows to become a 'state nuclear force'

Pyongyang calls sanctions and pressure 'futile' in halting its development of nuclear weapons. North Korea's state news agency has called the US-led effort to impose sanctions over its weapons programme futile, vowing the country inevitably will become a "state nuclear force". The comments on Sunday came from the Korean Central News Agency's website 1

05 September 2017 17:36 Footage of horse being ridden through pub in Ireland is branded 'mortifying' by animal rights campaigner

FOOTAGE of a horse being ridden through a pub in Dublin has divided opinion, with one animal rights activist branding it ‘mortifying’. Regulars could have been forgiven for thinking they’d had too much to drink after seeing a horse being ridden through the venue. According to the Facebook page Photos of Dublin, who posted the video, the footage was taken 7

27 August 2017 07:39 Eight dead, three fighting for life after minibus crash

Six men and two women died when the minibus they were travelling in collided with two lorries on the M1. A man and woman were taken to hospital alongside the young girl, all with life-threatening injuries, Thames Valley Police said. A fourth person was admitted to hospital with less severe injuries after the collision on the southbound carriageway of the motorway 4

16 August 2017 13:40 Trump’s Latest Charlottesville Remarks Are Condemned Abroad

LONDON — President Donald Trump's claim that "two sides" were to blame for the unrest in Charlottesville appears to have further tarnished his reputation globally. The foreign reaction has ranged from high-profile lawmakers calling Trump's remarks "trivializing" and "sickening," to one campaign group branding the president "the most high profile fascist-sympathizer 4

01 August 2017 12:25 Kevin Myers apologises for Sunday Times' column described as 'horrifying racism' and misogynistic

A Sunday Times columnist sacked after suggesting Vanessa Feltz and Claudia Winkleman are well paid because they are Jewish has apologised. Kevin Myers said he believed his career as a columnist was over as a result of his controversial piece, condemned as blatant racism, which appeared online and in the Irish print edition of the paper on Sunday 5

01 August 2017 10:34 Kevin Myers issues apology to Vanessa Feltz and Claudia Winkleman

Kevin Myers has been all over the headlines for the wrong reasons after a controversial column he wrote for the Irish edition of The Sunday Times. It was branded 'sexist' and 'anti-semitic' for comments about BBC presenters Vanessa Feltz and Claudia Winkleman. Speaking about the apparent gender pay gap in the BBC, he wrote: "Good for them. Jews are not generally 12

01 August 2017 10:14 Kevin Myers: ‘I’m not sure if there is any redemption for me’

Columnist, under fire over comments on Jews and women, says he is in ‘a very bad way’ Columnist Kevin Myers has said he is the author of his own misfortune and takes full responsibility for controversial comments that appeared in his Sunday Times column at the weekend. Myers said his remarks had been foolish, that he had “serious professional flaws 18

26 July 2017 23:00 Voters believed donation was being made

Carol Fleming from Tipperary won a €10,000 prize from in March 2016, but the company has since shut down and its owner, Elaine Whitney, said she cannot afford to pay the outstanding balance. The Irish Examiner has learned that couples who entered the competition in 2016 thought funds generated by text and internet voting for the winning 6

24 July 2017 15:43 French court to decide if ex-journalist can be tried for murder of filmmaker

Authorities in Paris have failed twice to extradite Ian Bailey over the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier, with the Irish High Court branding the latest attempt an "abuse of process". The 39-year-old's badly beaten body was found on an isolated hillside in Toormore, near Schull, west Cork, two days before Christmas in 1996. Under French law, investigators 12