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Myeshia Johnson: Soldier's widow says Trump made me cry
She says President Trump could not remember her husband's name when he phoned to offer condolences.
Iraq rebuffs Tillerson call to disband Iran-backed militias
Iraq's PM defends Iran-backed units in talks with the US secretary of state, who criticised their role.
Fox News: Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly clash over sex claims
NBC presenter Megyn Kelly says she complained about her ex-colleague when they were both at Fox News.
Why does the US have so many child brides?
Angel was 13 when her mother forced her to marry and start a family. 'I felt like a slave,' she says.
Ivory seizures hit record levels last year, report says
While poaching killed thousands of elephants over the last decade, it is diminishing, a report says.
Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi to win Fifa best male player award
Cristiano Ronaldo is named the world's best male player at the Best Fifa Football Awards in London for the second successive time.
Russian radio presenter Felgengauer stabbed in neck
A top Russian broadcaster is seriously ill in hospital after a man stabbed her in the neck at work.
Paris accord: US and Syria alone as Nicaragua signs
Nicaragua signs the Paris agreement, leaving only two countries not supporting it.
Catalonia Spain: Officials 'won't follow orders from Madrid'
The warning comes as the Spanish government moves to reassert control over the region's authorities.
George Clooney and Matt Damon speak out over Harvey Weinstein
The actors said it was time for Hollywood to change and that it's now 'the moment to believe women'.

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Garda will not redact files for inquest into murdered Arlene Arkinson's death
Gardaí have agreed to provide files to an inquest for murdered schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson without redacting their contents, a coroner's court has heard.
Cristiano Ronaldo named FIFA Men's Player of the Year
Cristiano Ronaldo has won the FIFA Men's Player of the Year award.
UK government to help pay travel expenses for NI women travelling to England ...
Women on low incomes from Northern Ireland who seek a free NHS abortion in England will also receive state support to pay for their travel costs, the British government has announced.
Harvey Weinstein: Prosecutor launches investigation into studio
The civil action follows police investigations in New York City, Los Angeles and London.
UK financial watchdog fines Merrill Lynch for failing to report transactions
Britain's financial watchdog has fined Merrill Lynch International £34.5m for failing to report 68.5m exchange traded derivative transactions, in what the watchdog said was the first fine of its kind.
First ever live broadcast of court proceedings in Ireland tomorrow
The first live broadcast of court proceedings in the history of the State is due to happen at the Supreme Court tomorrow.
Environmental group launches court challenge to Government's National Mitigat...
An environmental group has launched a High Court challenge against the Government's plan aimed at reducing carbon emissions and combating climate change.
Clients have no case to answer, lawyers for Tusla and Garda officers tell Cha...
Lawyers for Tusla and Garda officers have told the Charleton tribunal that their clients have no case to answer in relation to complaints by whistleblower Garda Keith Harrison.
ASTI teachers vote to reject public-service pay deal
Members of the Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland (ASTI) have today voted to reject the latest public-service pay deal.
Alleged abuse victim told himself for years there was nothing improper about ...
An alleged victim of a retired surgeon who denies groping teenage boys has said that he told himself for years that there was nothing improper about what the doctor allegedly did.