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International - Today’s News

Assange 'standing by' offer to be extradited to US - lawyer

Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since June 2012 to avoid being extradited to Sweden.

Former US President George Bush Sr hospitalised in Texas

The former US president, and father of fellow president George W Bush, is 92 years old.

Iran president calls Trump's talk over renegotiating nuclear deal 'meaningless'

During the campaign trail the US president-elect referred to it as “the worst deal ever negotiated”.

Once a reluctant 'mom-in-chief', Michelle Obama leaves the White House a powerful political force First Lady This post contains videos

Once a reluctant 'mom-in-chief', Michelle Obama leaves the White House a powerful political force

The Princeton and Harvard graduate made the role of First Lady her own.

'The UK says it needs 50 new trade agreements straight away... Is that doable?'

Theresa May’s government has 24 months to negotiate them – on top of the day jobs.

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International - Yesterday’s News

Former Apprentice contestant sues Trump for defamation

Summer Zervos’s lawsuit claims that Trump lied when responding to allegations that he tried to kiss and grope her without her consent.

Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning

Her sentence is now set to expire 17 May.

Ethics probe begins into Justin Trudeau's lavish island holiday

The post-Christmas holiday at a billionaire’s home in the Bahamas possibly represents a conflict of interest.

US Governor tells black congressman 'a thank you would suffice' for the abolition of slavery

Maine Governor Paul LePage said John Lewis needs a history lesson.

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We'll Leave It There So: Earley rising, Triggs cited and all today's sport

OCI nominees, Peter O’Mahony and Diego Costa also made the news today.

Two children in critical condition after Antrim road accident

The boy and girl were involved in a road collision this afternoon.

British triple killer and rapist jailed for whole-life term loses appeal against 'inhuman' sentence

Arthur Hutchinson killed three people and repeatedly raped a woman.

Australian family rescued from Japanese mountain after sending social media SOS

The group reportedly dug a hole in the snow to keep warm.

A military jet has mistakenly bombed a homeless camp in Nigeria

At least 52 people have been killed and another 120 injured.

8 things we learned from Theresa May’s Brexit speech

And what it means for Ireland.

Donald Trump ruined an Englishwoman's morning by mistakenly tweeting about her

The Brighton woman has responded by suggested the incoming President learn a bit more about climate change.

Meet the Irish delegates rubbing shoulders with the global elite at Davos

Denis O’Brien appears to be skipping the latest installment.

Mother sentenced to death for burning daughter alive because she didn't like her husband

Zeenat Bibi, 16, was doused with kerosene and set alight in June last year in Pakistan’s cultural capital Lahore.

From The42 Wales fans 'outraged' by ticket allocation for World Cup qualifier in Dublin Golden Tickets

Wales fans 'outraged' by ticket allocation for World Cup qualifier in Dublin

The Football Association of Wales have been allocated 6.4% of tickets for the game against Ireland in March.

As it happened: Theresa May has outlined her plans for Brexit

The British Prime Minister has given us her 12-point plan for Brexit this morning.

Landmark case: Libyan man allowed to sue British ex-minister over rendition

The ruling could pave the way for similar lawsuits.

Istanbul nightclub attack: Gunman 'confesses' to crime

The alleged gunman was detained by authorities late last night.

Lights out - Piccadilly Circus kills its world-famous advertising screens for the first time since WWII

The last time the lights were dimmed, barring power cuts, was 1949.

Search for missing flight MH370 called off after 3 years

The Malaysia Airlines aircraft disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8 March, 2014.

'Brexit means Brexit': We've now got an idea of what that actually means

British Prime Minister Theresa May is to make a major speech today about Britain’s future.

International - Monday 16 January, 2017

The last man to walk on the moon has died

Gene Cernan was 82.

Final acts as President: Obama moves 10 prisoners from Guantanamo to Oman

The nationality of the ten inmates are unconfirmed.

From The42 Alexis Sanchez admits to tax fraud totalling nearly €1 million Problems

Alexis Sanchez admits to tax fraud totalling nearly €1 million

The Arsenal forward is reported to have already paid the money back, which will likely see him handed a fine rather than be put on trial.

Enda Kenny and Theresa May have had a phone call about Northern Ireland

The also spoke about May’s much anticipated speech on Brexit scheduled for tomorrow.

From The42 We'll Leave it There So: Dundalk sign ex-Chelsea starlet, legendary wrestler dies and all today's sport Monday

We'll Leave it There So: Dundalk sign ex-Chelsea starlet, legendary wrestler dies and all today's sport

Plus, Sean Cronin will miss the Six Nations after Leinster confirmed he has suffered a ‘significant’ hamstring injury.

The Irish men and women who made the Forbes 30 Under 30 list

It will come as no surprise that Conor McGregor made the list… but in the ‘entertainment’ category?

Springsteen tribute act pulls out of Trump inauguration gala 'out of respect for Bruce'

The band were booked to play the gig after playing the 2009 and 2013 galas.

Orlando shooter's widow arrested and charged with obstruction of justice

Noor Salman was taken into custody by the FBI earlier today and is due in court tomorrow.

At least 5 people dead in nightclub shooting at Mexican music festival

Investigators are interviewing witnesses.

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Former football coach Barry Bennell denies child abuse charges

Bennell denies seven counts of indecent assault on a boy and one count of attempted buggery.

Police investigating shooting close to Glasgow primary school

“Police officers are at the school and there is no threat to children or staff,” police said.

26 dead as gangs behead inmates in Brazilian prison massacre

Officials said members of two drug gangs clashed violently after coming out of different parts of the prison.

From The42 Here’s how the race for the 8 Champions Cup quarter-final berths stands Runners And Riders

Here’s how the race for the 8 Champions Cup quarter-final berths stands

Leinster and Munster have already booked their places in the knock-out stages, but there’s still work to do for Connacht.

37 dead after Turkish cargo plane hits village in Kyrgyzstan

It’s reported that most of those killed were villagers on the ground.

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