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International - Yesterday’s News

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International - Thursday 12 July, 2018

Trump tweets 'very nice' letter from Kim Jong Un as he stokes Brexit turmoil upon arrival in UK

Trump has a busy itinerary as he visits the UK for the first time as President.

From The42 Valuable away win hands Europa League advantage to Dundalk The Town

Valuable away win hands Europa League advantage to Dundalk

The Lilywhites picked up their 14th win in a row in all competitions thanks to a goal from Dylan Connolly.

Theresa May's Brexit plan criticised as a 'real blow' for London's finance sector

The controversial plan prompted the resignation of chief negotiator David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

Trump says US is committed to NATO after allies commit to increase their spending

“The US were not treated fairly, but now we are. I believe in NATO.”

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Thai cave rescue 'nearly ended in disaster' after water pumps failed

The water was up to head level at one point in the cave.

Heroes, waistcoats and Lions: What did the English papers make of last night's loss?

The English team lost last night’s semi-final to Croatia.

'A setup': Stormy Daniels arrested in strip club for allowing someone to touch her during performance

Her lawyer said the arrest ‘reeks of desperation’ and was politically motivated.

International - Wednesday 11 July, 2018

'Ya' got me, Sacha': Sarah Palin rages after being fooled for Baron Cohen's new TV show

The Borat star is fooling Americans again for this new show.

Croatia break England hearts with extra-time goal to book World Cup final spot

Croatia rallied from a goal down to defeat Gareth Southgate’s side in the semi-final.

From The42 As it happened: England v Croatia, World Cup semi-final Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: England v Croatia, World Cup semi-final

Could Gareth Southgate’s side book their place in Sunday’s final? We followed all the action from Moscow.

German neo-Nazi gets life sentence for seven-year racist murder spree

The mammoth trial of Beate Zschaepe had run for over five years.

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First photos emerge of Thai cave rescue boys in hospital

The images were released at a press conference today.

Thai Navy Seals have posted a video of the football team rescue Cave Complex This post contains videos

Thai Navy Seals have posted a video of the football team rescue

The last four boys and their 25-year-old coach were rescued from the cave complex yesterday.

From The42 Irish fans should think twice before sneering at England World Cup hype Opinion This post contains videos

Irish fans should think twice before sneering at England World Cup hype

The Three Lions’ followers are struggling to contain their excitement with the team on the brink of history.

Rescued Thai boys will be monitored for psychological distress for six months

The boys will be monitored for psychological distress.

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UK and EU 'have spent only one hour' discussing how security is going to look post-Brexit

A new report says that ‘time is running out’ to sort out what the security relationship between the two entities will be after March 2019.

International - Tuesday 10 July, 2018

Boaty McBoatface no more: The renamed RSS Sir David Attenborough to launch maiden voyage Liverpool This post contains videos

Boaty McBoatface no more: The renamed RSS Sir David Attenborough to launch maiden voyage

The name of the polar research boat was originally subject to a public vote, but the most popular choice proved controversial.

From The42 Legia take slender lead back to Warsaw after snatching late winner in Cork Report

Legia take slender lead back to Warsaw after snatching late winner in Cork

Kucharczyk’s stunning strike in the first leg at Turner’s Cross has given Legia Warsaw the upper hand.

British man left critically ill after being exposed to Soviet-era nerve agent regains consciousness

The man’s partner Dawn Sturgess, 44, died on Sunday.

From The42 France edge Belgium to reach World Cup final Report

France edge Belgium to reach World Cup final

Samuel Umtiti scored the game’s only goal.

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'We are not sure if this is a miracle, a science or what' - World reacts to Thailand cave rescue

The news emerged earlier today that all 12 boys and their football coach had been rescued.

From The42 Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo agrees €105 million transfer to Juventus Ready To Go

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo agrees €105 million transfer to Juventus

The Portuguese star has signed a four-year contract worth €30 million euros per season.

From The42 'I’ve painted far too many sheep, barn doors and Ford Fiestas to stand in judgement over anyone else’s delusional optimism' England Expects

So who exactly is Ekapol Chanthawong, the football coach who led the Thai children into the cave?

Chanthawong’s actions have been criticised, but mostly in western media. In Thailand, he was seen as the trapped boys’ protector.

Police ask England fans to behave after tomorrow's World Cup semi-final

Police received reports of at least 387 incidents and 70 arrests on Saturday.

'Et tu, Boris?' - British papers react to Boris Johnson's resignation

Johnson resigned as Foreign Secretary yesterday.

All 12 boys and their coach rescued from flooded Thai cave

The remaining boys were rescued today.

George Clooney 'hurt in scooter crash' in Italy

He was treated for minor injuries.

NHS suspends vaginal mesh operations in England over risk of 'life-changing injuries'

The chair of an independent review said she had not seen evidence that the benefits of mesh outweigh the “severity of human suffering” caused by complications.

Arrest made as baby found alive buried under debris in Montana woods

The baby was found face down having survived nine hours in cold and wet conditions.

From The42 A 12-year wait ends for Cork City tonight at a sold-out Turner's Cross Preview

A 12-year wait ends for Cork City tonight at a sold-out Turner's Cross

The Leesiders will fly the Irish flag in the Champions League when they host Legia Warsaw of Poland.

Japan rescuers carry out house-to-house searches as floods and landslides claim 141 lives

The crisis is the deadliest rain-related disaster in over three decades in Japan.

Taoiseach wants Brexit put on the agenda of EU leaders meeting in September

Theresa May has convened her Cabinet today in desperate bid to quell rebellion within her party.

Trump picks Republican favourite for Supreme Court - setting up a ferocious confirmation battle

He also has an expansive view of executive power and has favoured limits on investigating the president.

From made-up quotes to Brexit votes - Boris Johnson has come a long way, and he's far from done yet

Johnson’s resignation as UK foreign secretary has given Theresa May the mother of all political headaches.

International - Monday 9 July, 2018

Eight down, five to go as rescue efforts to resume tomorrow in Thai cave

Yesterday, four members of the Wild Boars team were successfully brought out from the cave.

Weinstein lawyer says emails and witnesses show he's innocent

Weinstein (66) hobbled into the courtroom with his hands cuffed behind his back.

Theresa May acts quickly to appoint new foreign secretary to replace Boris Johnson

Jeremy Hunt will leave the health brief to be Johnson’s successor.

Iconic 1950s actor Tab Hunter dies aged 86 RIP

Iconic 1950s actor Tab Hunter dies aged 86

The actor received new attention decades later when he revealed that he was gay.