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October 2, 2018 12:43 PM Regina Seaways ferry passengers stranded after engine breaks down

The Lithuanian military initially said it responded to a fire on the Danish vessel after there was an explosion on board. The Lithuanian military had earlier reported that there was a fire on the vessel because of an explosion in the engine room. The country's air force said it had sent a helicopter and two more were on standby if needed. Ferry operator 27

October 1, 2018 5:53 AM Sharon Osbourne pulls out of the X Factor live shows

The former judge, 65, was due to return for the live shows of the ITV programme, but has decided she is not needed. She has appeared on several series of the programme alongside Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh. She confirmed the news on her Facebook page amid claims she was axed over comments she'd made about the show. It reads: "After watching the new season 41

September 29, 2018 12:01 PM MERKEL UNDER FIRE: German Chancellor sparks FURY after REFUSING to step down as leader

ANGELA Merkel has sparked anger after vowing to stand for re-election as leader of her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party. The German Chancellor, now in her third term, had been urged to step down from her role in the CDU amid plunging approval ratings. The 64-year-old engaged her critics yesterday after saying she would run for re-election at the party 33

September 28, 2018 6:01 PM Conor McGregor's HEART OF GOLD: UFC star secretly donates €10,000 to help sick child

CONOR McGregor has anonymously donated €10,000 to a sick child's family, with the little boy’s mother saying the UFC star had make “our dreams come true”. Earlier this week, the UFC fighter donated the generous sum to the family's GoFundMe account, set up by the child's mother, Grainne McCullough. Ms McCullough's 5-year-old son, Bryan, was left on life support 46

September 26, 2018 3:23 PM Donald Trump UN speech: Deal with Iran and 'face SEVERE CONSEQUENCES' warns president

DONALD Trump has accused Iran of “enabling Syria’s butchery” as he warned he will never allow Tehran to acquire nuclear weapons. In a furious speech to the UN Security Council, Mr Trump said the US would pursue “tougher than ever before” sanctions against the Islamic Republic. He branded Iran the “world’s leading sponsor of terrorism” and accused the country’s 64

September 21, 2018 10:01 PM I talk to my dead parents says TV’s Simon

THE X Factor boss Simon Cowell has revealed that he still talks to his dead mum and dad. TV’s Mr Nasty lost his father Eric in 1999 just before he became a household name on TV’s Pop Idol. His mother Julie died in 2015. Cowell claims he likes to chat to his parents about big personal and professional decisions. The TV and music mogul opens up to 25-year-old 26

September 21, 2018 2:50 PM ‘Ticking time bomb!’ UK warning as nuclear bases ‘NOT FIT for purpose’

THE INFRASTRUCTURE for supporting the Royal Navy's fleet of nuclear submarines is no longer "fit for purpose", MPs have warned. However, the committee warned "incorrect" assumptions in the past about the infrastructure that would be needed meant it did not have the berthing space it needed at the Devonport naval base where maintenance and "defuelling" 32

September 20, 2018 12:30 AM Ian Paisley: DUP MP keeps seat after recall petition

Ian Paisley has retained his seat as an MP after fewer than 10% of his constituents signed a petition that would have forced a by-election. It needed 7,543 signatures - or 10% of Mr Paisley's constituents, in order to force a by-election and cause Mr Paisley to lose his seat. The Speaker of the House John Bercow was first to be notified before the result 43

September 18, 2018 4:22 AM Playful dolphin’s baby has whale of a time

A BABY bottlenose dolphin is lifted out of the water and flipped high in the air during a playful exchange with mum and dad. The stunning images of two adult dolphins playing with the newborn were captured by wildlife photographer David Jefferson. “Then again and again. It was exciting and I needed the images to confirm what I was seeing. “An adult dolphin 31

September 16, 2018 4:15 PM 'They DON'T discuss it' EU leaders SAVAGED for dodging questions over Hungary dispute

EUROPEAN Union leaders have been urged to take a firm stance on Hungary's controversial right-wing prime minister Viktor Orban. Mr Orban has been widely accused of flouting EU rules on democracy, civil rights and corruption since rising to power in 2010. MEPs last week voted to bring disciplinary action against Budapest's government by triggering Brussels' 60