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May 17, 2018 10:13 AM 'We respond with one voice': French president Macron talks up close alliance with May and Merkel amid tensions with US over Israel, Iran nuclear deal and steel tariffs

Emmanuel Macron heaped praise on his close links with Theresa May and Angela Merkel today - saying they would respond to global threats with 'one voice'. The French president posted a picture of himself deep in conversation with his British and German counterparts at a summit in Sofia. Amid mounting tensions with the US over the Iran nuclear deal, Mr Macron

May 13, 2018 3:16 AM Indonesia church attacks kill at least two, 13 injured: police

A wave of blasts including a suicide bombing struck outside churches in Indonesia's second-biggest city Surabaya on Sunday, killing at least two and wounding 13 others, police said, the latest assault on a religious minority in the world's biggest Muslim-majority country. The three blasts all occurred within 10 minutes of each other, police said, with the first 9

May 13, 2018 12:14 AM Hawaii volcano WARNING: Lava fissure OPENS near MAJOR energy plant

HAWAII’s Kilauea volcano has spawned a new lava fissure less than a mile from a geothermal energy plant, forcing 50,000 gallons of pentane to be removed amid alarming concerns. The US Geological Survey said 16 fissures have now opened up on the Big Island. The latest fissure arose just before 7am (12pm GMT) about 1 mile northeast of the last fissure 26

May 11, 2018 11:01 PM Irish MP RIPS INTO Europhiles for dismissing citizens FEARS about LACK of EU democracy

IRISH MP Tommy Broughan slammed Europhiles across the European Union for dismissing the fears of citizens concerned about the "levels of democracy" across the bloc. The Irish politician slammed pro-European figures across the continent for branding as "populist" any challenger of the European Union project. Mr Broughan argued that Brussels should have "examined" 27

May 8, 2018 2:03 PM Ireland: Facebook bans foreign ads as US anti-abortionists plot to influence referendum

Facebook has vowed to improve its transparency after revelations that political consultancy Cambridge Analytica harvested users' data. Facebook says it has banning foreign advertisements related to Ireland's abortion referendum amid concerns that North American groups are trying to influence the campaign. Irish voters will decide May 25 whether to repeal 12

May 7, 2018 11:35 AM Boris Johnson warns Trump there is no 'Plan B' to sticking with Iran nuclear deal as he says US president SHOULD get Nobel Peace Prize if he can solve standoffs with Tehran and North Korea

Boris Johnson urged Donald Trump to be 'realistic' about what can be done to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions today. The Foreign Secretary pleaded with the US president to recognise there was no acceptable 'Plan B' to the existing deal with Tehran as he made a last-ditch bid to save the package. Speaking on a visit to Washington, Mr Johnson also said Mr Trump 5

May 3, 2018 6:04 PM Pole vaulter sues high school over competition ban

NORTH CANTON, Ohio (AP) - A northeast Ohio high school pole vaulter who says he was banned from competing because he refused to practice in the rain is suing his school district in federal court. Max Stokey, a freshman at Hoover High School in North Canton, says he's been "restricted from participating" after he questioned a track coach's decision to practice 2

April 30, 2018 3:32 PM "Closed" sign appears on Welcome to Southend sign

A ‘closed’ sign has appeared hanging over a ‘welcome to Southend’ sign on the A127, seemingly sparked by a recent spate of cancellations and closures in the town. Residents and visitors to Southend have voiced their concerns in recent months about the closures, with many taking to social media to air their frustrations with both Southend Council and private 20

April 29, 2018 11:05 PM Irish firms voice concerns about Brexit negotiations

Irish companies are concerned at the trajectory of Brexit talks and are planning for all eventualities, according to a new survey. Customs and certification barriers, future regulatory divergence and exchange rate volatility are among the issues of most acute concern, Ibec has found. The study also revealed that more than one in five firms have Brexit 6

April 29, 2018 8:25 PM Cost of living concerns rising in Victoria

Cost of living concerns are mounting in Victoria with a new poll showing voters are increasingly favouring the coalition opposition over the Labor government on the issue. The Ipsos poll published in The Age on Monday shows 27 per cent of Victorians nominated cost of living issues as one of their three greatest worries, behind crime and housing 5