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Tuesday 15 August, 2017

EU negotiator calls UK's Brexit plan 'a fantasy'

Britain wants “a highly streamlined customs arrangement” with the EU.

Rio 2016 lawyer thinks Irish inquiry emails 'may have been marked as spam'

The Brazilian lawyer representing the local committee said that he was unaware that an Irish inquiry was trying to get in touch with him.

Three British men sentenced to caning and jail time for sexually assaulting woman in Singapore

Caning is a punishment which dates back to British rule, and involves being flogged with a rattan stick.

From The42 Rob Kearney ready for Leinster comeback while Lowe remains in NZ Stock Take

Rob Kearney ready for Leinster comeback while Lowe remains in NZ

Leinster’s marquee signing won’t be available for the early rounds of their Champions Cup campaign as he will finish out the season with Tasman.

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Taylor Swift wins sexual assault case against DJ

“I will be making donations in the near future to multiple organisations that help sexual assault victims defend themselves.”

Protesters in North Carolina topple Confederate soldier statue

Activists in Durham brought a ladder up to the statue and used a rope to pull down the Confederate Soldiers Monument.

North Korea will watch more 'stupid conduct' of the US as it holds off on Guam attack

Leader Kim Jong-Un warned the US of further “reckless action” in a TV address.

From The42 'Fire in the bellies, ice in the brain': Griffin ready to lead the charge again for Ireland Hard Edge

'Fire in the bellies, ice in the brain': Griffin ready to lead the charge again for Ireland

The Kerry blindside has been a silver lining through victories with ample grey areas.

Opinion: 'Sorry, UN. Ireland's abortion laws are progressive, modern and compassionate'

In pushing for abortion the UN is seriously undermining its human rights mission, writes Niamh Uí Bhriain.

OCI president gives 'unreserved apology' to athletes and families after Rio ticketing disaster

During the Games, there were numerous reports of desperate family members of athletes having to go to other countries in order to secure tickets for events.

Islamic State propaganda is facing 'substantial and aggressive disruption' on Twitter

Researchers found that efforts by Twitter to quickly remove IS postings on the social media platform were having an impact.

'Running for president of Ireland is not something I would do willy-nilly, but we need a contest'

Michael D Higgins has refused to rule out the possibility of a second run for Áras an Uachtaráin.

From The42 The four-in-one combo! Short and sharp workouts to do with little time and equipment Fitness This post contains videos

The four-in-one combo! Short and sharp workouts to do with little time and equipment

Get bang for your buck with these circuits!

From Business ETC A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job Services

A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job

A Dublin-based Drain Doctor franchisee denied that it had fired the ex-worker.

'People throw bananas at you or tell you to go back to your country just for asking to see a ticket'

At the launch of a new anti-racism campaign on the transport network, we caught up with workers who described the abuse they’ve received.

Monday 14 August, 2017

The number of hate groups in the US has been on the rise since 2014

President Trump denounced “evil” racism, bigotry and hatred during a speech today.

‘Anger, emptiness and loss’: Funeral of J1 student hears of family's devastation

Philip Leahy got into difficulty while swimming at a beach in Ocean City.

From The42 TV viewing figures rise as Ireland's World Cup campaign gathers momentum Wrwc 2017

TV viewing figures rise as Ireland's World Cup campaign gathers momentum

And Thursday’s Pool decider against France will be the first women’s game to be shown live on prime time French television.

Big Ben won't ring for another four years after next week

The bell of the iconic clock tower is over 150 years old and needs a little conservation work.

Child killed and 12 injured as car ploughs into restaurant in France

The local prosecutor said there is no doubt that it was a deliberate act.

Jean Deysel was bursting out of the new Ulster jersey at this evening's launch

The South African certainly knows his way around the Kingspan Stadium gym already.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Donald Trump calls racists “repugnant thugs”, and the OCI ticketing controversy back in the spotlight.

From The42 Shelvey working with psychologist on anger issues Red Mist

Shelvey working with psychologist on anger issues

The Newcastle midfielder picked up the third red card of his career in Sunday’s loss to Tottenham, but is aware he must learn to “shut up”.

From The Daily Edge 10 celebrity connections you never even realised were a thing We Are Family
From The42 'I'd hate to see a guy miss out on All-Ireland final day because of something like this' The GAA Show

'I'd hate to see a guy miss out on All-Ireland final day because of something like this'

Richie Power joined us for The42 GAA Show today and had his say on the big talking point from yesterday’s All-Ireland semi-final.

Body recovered in search for missing Canadian diver

Three days of searches were carried out.

Ryanair wants UK airports to restrict alcohol sales after a spike in boozy travellers

There has been a significant rise in passenger disturbances caused by excessive drinking.

From The42 Liverpool captain Henderson has spoken to wantaway Coutinho, but 'can't influence situation' LFC

Liverpool captain Henderson has spoken to wantaway Coutinho, but 'can't influence situation'

Talk of the Brazilian’s future dominated Liverpool’s pre-match press conference in Germany this afternoon.

From The42 Revisiting Cristiano Ronaldo's 10 career red cards Marching Orders This post contains videos

Revisiting Cristiano Ronaldo's 10 career red cards

Last night’s match with Barcelona was not the first time the Portuguese star has lost his temper on the football pitch.

From The42 'Would it happen in the men's game? Not a hope. It's actually embarrassing' Dual Clash

'Would it happen in the men's game? Not a hope. It's actually embarrassing'

Briege Corkery and James Masters share their thoughts on Cork dual star Libby Coppinger’s dilemma – potentially lining out in two All-Ireland championship games on Saturday.

From The Daily Edge People have been pronouncing Primark wrong and it's causing scraps on Twitter Thanks Hun Preemark
From The42 Dublin derby between Shels and Shamrock Rovers headlines the FAI Cup second round Pot Luck

Dublin derby between Shels and Shamrock Rovers headlines the FAI Cup second round

The clubs have won the competition 31 times between them and they’ll lock horns at Tolka Park.

From The Daily Edge Low-rise jeans are back in fashion and absolutely nobody is here for it Low-rise Jeans
Olympic Council of Ireland locked into contract with company at centre of Rio ticketing scandal until 2026 OCI

Olympic Council of Ireland locked into contract with company at centre of Rio ticketing scandal until 2026

OCI president Sarah Keane told reporters today that a contract had been signed between the organisation and ticketing company THG.

From The42 A World Cup in Ireland is particularly special for Black Fern star Brazier Green Blood

A World Cup in Ireland is particularly special for Black Fern star Brazier

The 27-year-old hopes to meet her family in Belfast for the first time next week.

From The42 A Chinese businessman has just bought Southampton for €220 million New Era

A Chinese businessman has just bought Southampton for €220 million

It’s being reported that Gao Jisheng has acquired an 80% stake in the club.

From The42 Waterford a bridge too far for Cork but they can reflect on plenty good work in 2017 Comment

Waterford a bridge too far for Cork but they can reflect on plenty good work in 2017

The Rebels have bowed out but can reflect on major progress.

Donald Trump calls KKK and neo-Nazis 'repugnant' in new statement on Virginia marches

The US President has been criticised strongly after initially stating that there was violence “on many sides”.

‘Is it something we want to keep doing?’ Cork fans again urged to drop Confederate flag

Civil rights groups call the flag a symbol of “hate and racism.”

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