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International - Yesterday’s News

From The42 As it happened: Croatia v Portugal, Euro 2016 Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Croatia v Portugal, Euro 2016

We were in Lens to see if Cristiano Ronaldo could power his side to the last eight.

'Devastation' and worry, as Poles wonder what Brexit will mean for them

“I wasn’t really expecting the result, and I wasn’t happy… It’s not great – especially not for us.”

PHOTOS: Google's new London office is very fancy

Employees will be given free food, access to a 90m running track, massages and cookery classes.

Protesters holding Mexican flags storm Trump golf course in Scotland

The group were holding signs reading ‘Love Trumps hate’ and ‘Stop the hating’.


A lot of Icelanders are too busy watching Euro 2016 to vote for their new President

Around 10% of the country’s population are in France as voters go to the polls.

How exactly does the UK leave the EU? (And what happens if it changes its mind?)

Barrister Donnchadh Woulfe explains what’s going to happen next after the UK’s seismic decision.

From The42 As it happened: Wales v Northern Ireland, Euro 2016 Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Wales v Northern Ireland, Euro 2016

We were in Paris to see if Michael O’Neill’s side could overcome Gareth Bale and book a place in the quarter-finals.

"She can get stuffed": Not everyone in Scotland is clamouring for independence

Nicola Sturgeon will be proceeding carefully in the wake of the Brexit vote. Scots aren’t short of ideas on what she should do.

Belgian police detain two men anti-terror raids amid reports of planned Euro 2016 fanzone attack

The country remains on high alert after the attacks in March.


Two dead, several injured in shooting at Texas dance studio

One person was found dead inside the studio and another died of his injuries in hosptal.

Pushy parents create self-critical children

Take a step back, mams and dads.

Iran authorities confiscate dogs in crackdown on 'vulgar Western culture'

Dog owners were shown a piece of paper claiming the animals were being vaccinated.

74 militia members arrested over mass rapes in DR Congo

The country’s justice minister said the group’s leader told them they had to rape very young girls to be assured of supernatural protection.

US military to lift ban on transgender troops

Currently, Pentagon rules allow transgender troops to be discharged from the military.

"You could almost walk across the bay on jellyfish": How New Jersey is tackling its sea-pests

Homeowners are going after the gelatinous pests before they have a chance to grow and multiply.

From The42 Is Martin O'Neill football's most underappreciated coach? Opinion

Is Martin O'Neill football's most underappreciated coach?

The Ireland manager has guided the Boys in Green to famous wins over Italy and Germany.

National outrage after 10-year-old child shot dead by Brazil police

Italo Ferreira had been driving a stolen car when police shot him in the head.

Nurse gets life sentence for murdering three patients in Denmark

Christina Hansen was found guilty of administering overdoses of medication to three elderly patients.

'Take a bow, Britain': European leaders hold crisis talks after Brexit shock

Member state leaders have urged Britain to leave as soon as possible.

Dazed and confused: Many Scots simply don't know what's next for their country

Scotland has been left reeling from the Brexit result. Do its people want another shot at independence?

International - Friday 24 June, 2016

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.


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.

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