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Dublin: 12 °C Saturday 25 June, 2016

International - Yesterday’s News

French mother who left her baby to die on a winter beach jailed for 20 years

Fabienne Kabou had blamed the killing on “witchcraft”.

Joe Biden has taken time out from his Irish visit to have a go at Trump

The US Vice President gave a key speech at Dublin Castle today on the fourth day of his visit.

30 burned during Tony Robbins 'conquer your fears' fire walk

One man suffered second-degree burns on both feet.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Britain and the world reels from yesterday’s historic Brexit vote – it’s the Evening Fix.

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AS IT HAPPENED: The UK is out, the EU is in shock and Ireland counts the cost

David Cameron is gone and Nigel Farage is celebrating. It’s been a long day.

Talking Brexit: The best quotes from a day of shock and awe

Today’s referendum result is possibly the most seismic event in British history for 70 years.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Walters may make France, Carolan keeps the faith and all today's sport Friday

We'll Leave It There So: Walters may make France, Carolan keeps the faith and all today's sport

We’ll also have news of another high-profile withdrawal from Rio.

"That's just not the country that I want to live in" - Irish immigrants worry about a future in the UK

We spoke to Irish people living in London about their worries over the referendum result.

Investigators have found 'no concrete evidence' that Orlando LGBT nightclub shooter was gay

Law enforcement officials have said they believe Mateen was radicalised at some point before the Pulse nightclub attack.

If a united Ireland DID result from Brexit, what would it do to our economy?

Such a situation has just become an awful lot more plausible in the wake of this morning’s referendum result.

There's been an increase in queries about Irish passports today

People have been contacting the Passport Service to ask if they are entitled to a passport following the Brexit result.

'I can't believe I'm alive': Scenes of carnage as China tornado toll hits 98

Whole villages were levelled and huge trees felled when winds of up to 125 kilometres per hour struck around Yancheng city.

What impact will Brexit have on the Premier League?

Today’s result will probably necessitate a change to the inner-workings of Britain’s current football system.

From The42 Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz Let's Get Quizzical

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz

How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines over the past seven days?

Trump parked his chopper on Europe's lawn, then staged a very odd cliff-edge press op

He insulted reporters, got a protester hauled away, and almost endorsed Boris Johnson. Par for the course.

Morgan Stanley denies it's moving 2,000 staff to Dublin or Frankfurt

It was reported a move is already underway in the wake of the Brexit referendum.

Government puts contingency plans in place after shock Brexit result

The contingency framework will monitor issues as negotiations about Britain’s EU membership continue.

Brexit fallout - now Spain says it's close to taking back Gibraltar

The tiny outcrop at the southern tip of Spain has been disputed by the two countries for the past 300 years.

BREXIT: The UK has voted to leave the European Union

The fallout of the UK decision has been massive.

Watch: Protester throws Nazi-themed golf balls at Trump in Scotland

Trump carried on regardless – beginning his speech surrounded by the swastika-balls.

From The42 James McClean has deactivated his Twitter account after sending this Brexit-related tweet Social Media Ban

James McClean has deactivated his Twitter account after sending this Brexit-related tweet

The Ireland midfielder’s account has disappeared off social media in the past hour.

From The42 Jon Walters trained today and could be in contention to play against France Update

Jon Walters trained today and could be in contention to play against France

However, in less encouraging news for the Boys in Green, full-back Stephen Ward was absent from the session.

"Now it's our turn": Brexit sparks hope for Europe's far right

There are calls for similar referendums across Europe.

Billions wiped from British economy as pound takes a beating

Predictions in London suggest that today could be the fifth-biggest drop in UK stock market history.

Poll: Do you want to see a united Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you want to see a united Ireland?

The first step would be a border poll, in which the north would say it wanted the border removed.

Donald Trump just descended from the heavens into the Brexit fallout

The Donald has landed. Interesting timing.

Brexit: How did it happen?

Leading pollster says it was a “vote of anger”.

David Cameron is resigning as UK Prime Minister

He announced his resignation hours after the UK voted to leave the European Union.

Brexit: What happens now?

The Leave vote, a surprise to many, will trigger a series of events in the EU.

"Extremism is no longer an abstract problem. It’s here" - Is Islamic terrorism a threat in Ireland?

The Justice Department has said that it is aware of foreign fighters from Ireland who have died in the Middle East.

International - Thursday 23 June, 2016

There weren't many 'Leavers' around in sunny Scotland this evening

We heard plenty of arguments about Brexit in Paisley today. Most of them were from the ‘Remain’ side.

Heavy rain in London causes rail chaos - and could stop some people from voting

Some commuters said they had been stuck at Waterloo station for hours.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

End of Brexit vote approaches, and concerns raised at suicide charity – it’s the Evening Fix.

AS IT HAPPENED: The United Kingdom votes on whether or not to leave the EU Brexit This post contains a poll
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From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Ireland are toast of Europe, no Rio for G-Mac and today's sport Thursday

We'll Leave It There So: Ireland are toast of Europe, no Rio for G-Mac and today's sport

Also, Eoin Reddan announced his retirement from rugby while another Irish boxer booked their place in Brazil.

Led Zeppelin officially did NOT steal the intro to Stairway to Heaven

It had been alleged that the opening chords of the famous rock anthem had been stolen from an obscure 1968 work called Taurus.

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