International - Today’s News
We’re looking forward to the character development already.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority wants to have a long, hard look at the supermarket giant’s books.
‘Not enough progress has been made,’ researchers say.
The 14 year old was reported missing more than a month ago.
International - Yesterday’s News
Heavy rain didn’t stop the determined protesters.
The man became infected in Liberia and travelled to Texas.
Meanwhile, Nani had a bit of a nightmare.
IS fighters near the Turkish border were among the targets of the strikes.
The new version will work on all platforms including desktop, tablet, smartphone and Xbox, and combines elements from Windows 7 and 8.
Two separate allegations of historical sexual assault have been made by two women.
The online marketplace and payments giant are better apart say their shareholder.
The piece of art wasn’t insured. Ouch.
They say that Apple was given an advantage over competitors.
Tourism operators report their best summer since the Celtic Tiger years.
And it’s a sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
He stepped down after sending explicit photos to a journalist – but other MPs claim it was entrapment.
China has condemned the protests as “illegal” but Hong Kong’s leadership has denied speculation that Beijing would send in the army.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan, is attending the ceremony in Washington DC.
They’re among the groups under-represented in business which could be targeted in a national policy for entrepreneurs.
International - Monday 29 September, 2014
Everyone’s talking about Apple tax deals, the inquest into Dhara Kivlehan’s death and homelessness in Ireland.
Luka Rocco Magnotta had fled to Europe after the killing, and was recognised in a Berlin internet café.
Minister Claire Perry said today she was “absolutely determined” to do whatever it took to increase safety and reverse an increase in assaults.
He said “to defeat ISIS and leave Iran as a threshold nuclear state power is to win the battle and lose the war”.
Addressing the UN tonight, Flanagan said the “bloodlust and inhumanity which ISIS is displaying in Syria and Iraq” has shocked all civilised people.
He paid $140,000 at auction for the painting, which turned out to be by Italian artist Guercino. Handy.
It was part of an experiment into the dangers of public WiFi use.
Peter Nunn threatened Stella Creasy over her support for a campaign to put author Jane Austen on the £10 note.
Some Apple fans don’t want to wait for the new device.
A 29-year-old from Leeds handed himself in last night.
Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says he will defend the country’s “sovereignty”.
The launch of Atlas, its new ad platform, will allow advertisers to target demographics on desktop, mobile and other sites, but the company says that users’ identities will remain anonymous.
Mark Pritchard claims he was contacted by the paper for the story which took down a UK Minister.
The truck surged off the track into the crowd of spectators.
It’s reported that 41 people had been treated in hospital for injuries sustained during the protests
Fine Gael’s Brian Hayes explains the process of confirming the make-up of the next European Commission.
He said that it must be accepted the military action is part of the solution.
International - Sunday 28 September, 2014
Four people out of the 31 people who had been found in cardiac arrest near the peak were confirmed dead.