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International - Yesterday’s News

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International - Friday 12 January, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Body discovered in Dalkey, Trump blasted over comments and Charleton Tribunal continues – It’s the Fix.

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Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

How closely did you pay attention to this week’s sporting headlines?

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Surgeon who burnt his initials on the livers of two patients avoids jail and gets £10k fine

Simon Bramhall said he was trying to relieve tension in the operating theatre.

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Michael Wolff says Donald Trump sees Fire and Fury as 'a mortal threat to his presidency'

Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff spoke to RTÉ Radio One’s Seán O’Rourke this morning.

'My people came from a place Trump would call a s***hole country - Ireland'

The UN has called Trump’s comment, made while discussing immigration with congressmen and senators, “racist”.

Donald Trump 's***hole countries' comment slammed as 'racist' by UN

Donald Trump said that reports of the language he used wasn’t quite accurate – but that his language had been “tough”.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Trump is making the headlines today – both for racist comments and cancelling a trip to London.

Donald Trump has cancelled his planned visit to the UK

Trump was supposed to attend the opening of a new embassy in London next month.

International - Thursday 11 January, 2018

Over 600 people arrested in Tunisia after three nights of widespread unrest

The latest unrest saw a provincial police station torched, Molotov cocktails hurled at police and tear gas fired.

Man 'happy to be alive' after bear attacked him while he was letting dog out of house

Andrew Meunier needed 41 stitches after the incident.

From The42 Flores favourite ahead of O'Neill for Stoke job and has 24 hours to accept - Guillem Balague Frontrunner

Flores favourite ahead of O'Neill for Stoke job and has 24 hours to accept - Guillem Balague

The Ireland manager is also in the running to replace Mark Hughes at the Potters.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Charles Cleary being sentenced, Peter Sutherland’s funeral and a nationwide fog warning had everyone talking today.

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Ecuador has granted Julian Assange citizenship

Ecuador had asked London to recognise Assange as a diplomat so that he could be granted safe passage out of the UK.

Three men jailed for plying 14-year-old girl with drugs and forcing her into prostitution in UK

She was reported missing on 8 June 2015. However, she was being held in one of the men’s houses.

Nepali woman suffocates in 'menstruation hut'

She died of suspected smoke inhalation

From The42 The Corkman whose Liverpool lyrics have gone viral: 'The reaction has been crazy' Fab Three This post contains videos

The Corkman whose Liverpool lyrics have gone viral: 'The reaction has been crazy'

“We’ve got Salah… aha, Mane Mane… and Bobby Firmino, but we sold Coutinhoooooo…”

'It's a global campus': Ireland's most expensive school with yearly €24k fees to open in September

The Nord Anglia International School in Dublin will offer students the International Baccalaureate.

Home and Away actress 'has life support turned off' after tragic Christmas crash

Jessica Falkholt’s sister and parents were also killed in the crash.

Nigel Farage says maybe there should be a second Brexit referendum

He says that a second referendum would result in a “much bigger” majority for the Leave campaign.

French police recover some of the jewels stolen in last night's Ritz heist

Three suspects have been detained, while two others are still on the run.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Burglary gangs in south Dublin, and a Status Orange fog warning – here’s this morning’s news.

Donald Trump thinks it's 'unlikely' he'll ever have to sit down with Russia special investigator Feeling Confident This post contains videos

Donald Trump thinks it's 'unlikely' he'll ever have to sit down with Russia special investigator

Mueller is investigating claims of collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia,

Youtube drops Logan Paul after 'suicide forest' video

The website has dropped Paul from two projects on its Youtube Red platform.

Effect of new medicine in animal studies was "misrepresented" to get funding for human trials

A new report in the British Medical Journal has pointed to a “systemic failure” in the use of animal studies.

International - Wednesday 10 January, 2018

From The42 League Cup semi-final finely balanced as Arsenal frustrate Chelsea Report

League Cup semi-final finely balanced as Arsenal frustrate Chelsea

The tie will be decided in two weeks’ time, when the sides meet again at the Emirates.

Actor Catherine Deneuve under fire for signing open letter denouncing #MeToo movement

The letter said that the movement was leading a witch-hunt against men.

Two people killed in protest against rape and murder of eight-year-old girl

Hundreds of people attended the protest in Kasur, which turned violent.

Michael Douglas preemptively denies sexual harassment claim

The actor said he expects a former employee to accuse him of acting inappropriately in front of her 32 years ago.

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From The42 As it happened: Chelsea v Arsenal, League Cup semi-final Liveblog

As it happened: Chelsea v Arsenal, League Cup semi-final

Chelsea took on Arsenal, with both sides in need of a boost following underwhelming Premier League campaigns so far.

Death threats sent to US school after video of teacher being handcuffed goes viral Louisiania This post contains videos

Death threats sent to US school after video of teacher being handcuffed goes viral

Deyshia Hargrave was arrested after questioning pay policies during a board meeting.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Reuters journalists who covered Rohingya exodus charged with old secrecy law

The colonial-era secrecy law carries up to 14 years in jail.

Fire and Fury sold 250k digital copies - and 29k hardcover books

It also sold 100k audio editions.

Japanese astronaut apologises after saying he'd grown 9cm while in space

His Russian captain suspected that 9cm was “too much elongation”. He was right.

'Their actions could be detrimental': Paedophile hunters warned not to post suspects' details online

To date, no prosecutions have been secured in Northern Ireland using evidence passed to them from a vigilante group.

Poll: Do you think Oprah Winfrey would be a good US presidential candidate? Golden Girl This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Oprah Winfrey would be a good US presidential candidate?

Other celebrities including Kanye West and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson have said they’re considering their candidacy.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

The David Drumm trial and deadly mudslides in California – here’s a quick round-up of this morning’s news.

James Franco addresses sexual misconduct claims on US late night talk show Golden Globes This post contains videos

James Franco addresses sexual misconduct claims on US late night talk show

Franco denied the allegations but said it was positive that people were coming forward.

Thirteen people killed in Californian mudslides

The county sheriff said that he expected the death toll to increase, saying “dozens” are still missing.

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