• Ireland abortion law: Mass march in Dublin

    Ireland abortion law: Mass march in Dublin

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    It's the first big rally since the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said a referendum could be held on the section of the state's constitution that ensures tight legal restrictions on terminations. The law was changed after the death in 2012 of a pregnant woman who was refused an abortion but still, only a few women are able to have abortions. Meanwhile, the Pro Life Campaign has also been campaigning today and are holding an awareness event at the bottom of Grafton Street.
  • Tensions Arising on How UK Should Exit EU

    Tensions Arising on How UK Should Exit EU

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    Mr Hammond told the Mail on Sunday reports that he texted the Foreign Secretary at 4am on the morning after polling (Friday June 9) to express support for Mr Johnson when it looked as if the PM might have to resign were not true. She told the Sunday Telegraph: "I will fight the next election". 'I think overoptimism and not recognising that there are practical realities that have to be faced, that have to be worked through and that complexity is not something you just skip over, that you ...
  • Tillerson: US has 'direct channels' to North Korea

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    China's relationship with the United States has been strained by the Trump administration's criticism of Chinese trade practices and by demands that Beijing do more to pressure North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons and missiles programmes.
  • San Juan mayor slams comments on Puerto Rico response

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    FEMA and Department of Defense officials emphasized that Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló is in charge of the island's response , but that the federal government closely coordinates with local officials. She called Cruz's remarks a passionate outcry "from a woman who loves her community and the people in it, has watched it be destroyed and is now watching people die".
  • Trump to visit five Asian countries in November

    Trump to visit five Asian countries in November

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    Xinhua, China's official news agency, said the country's seismic service registered a 3.4 magnitude event that it originally viewed as "likely caused" by an "explosion". So, the USA intelligence and South Korea discovered that the North Korean rocket research complex in Sanum-Dong, North of Pyongyang, is transporting missiles.
  • New Jersey to send 1100 to help Puerto Rico with Maria

    New Jersey to send 1100 to help Puerto Rico with Maria

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    The department announced the trip Thursday evening after Duke's "good news" comments at the White House earlier that day. But on that front, she ran into winds as fierce as Maria. "For the last two days, we've been very involved in figuring out how we can get major amounts of cash to Puerto Rico. Big decisions will have to be made as to the cost of its rebuilding!" "We are dying", Cruz said she was hopeful the situation would improve.
  • Pep Guardiola reveals the team he would love to manage

    Pep Guardiola reveals the team he would love to manage

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    Chelsea will be bouyed on the fact that they crushed Athletico Madrid 2-1 at their new home in Spain in the UEFA Champions League. The pair spoke when recording an interview for the BBC 's The Premier League Show and the Spaniard boss took the opportunity to refresh Lineker's memory of a story that took place at the Nou Camp when he was playing for the Catalan Giants.
  • Puerto Rico pleads for help as president hammers critics

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    Elaine Duke, the acting Homeland Security secretary, said Thursday she was "very satisfied" with how the relief effort was going so far and that it was "proceeding very well". "I'm exhausted of going to press conferences where officials give credit to other officials for being involved", Begnaud said. Puerto Rico suffered a glancing blow from Hurricane Irma a week before Maria slammed into the United States commonwealth last Wednesday as a monstrous Category 4 storm that claimed at least 16 ...
  • Trump, Puerto Rico, and the White Man's Burden

    Trump, Puerto Rico, and the White Man's Burden

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    Asked specifically by reporters for her reaction to the mayor's rebuke of her "good news story" comments, Duke said she was referring to how well everyone is working together. "He is looking for excuses for things not going well", she said. The president plans to visit Puerto Rico on Tuesday. But top Trump administration officials expressed nothing short of full confidence.