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Daily Archives: January 23, 2018

O'Neill finally puts pen to paper on new Ireland deal

Martin O’Neill has finally committed his future to the Republic of Ireland by signing a contract extension to stay on as manager until 2020. Number two Roy Keane and the rest of the back-room team will also remain as Ireland look to pick themselves up off the floor after last November’s …

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Russia 'collusion': Senior Trump official questioned

US attorney general Jeff Sessions has been interviewed as part of the investigation into alleged collusion between Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russia. The Justice Department confirmed on Tuesday he was interviewed for hours last week, but declined to reveal details. Special counsel Robert Mueller is leading the investigation …

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Twitter loses another COO as Anthony Noto resigns

Noto has been Twitter’s COO for a little more than a year. Twitter’s chief operating officer, Anthony Noto, is leaving the company. The social network announced that Noto resigned yesterday after accepting the CEO position at financial technology startup SoFi. Noto has been Twitter’s COO for a little more than …

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Special Cabinet meeting on Eighth Amendment

The Cabinet will hold a special meeting on Monday evening to discuss the upcoming referendum on the Eighth Amendment. Ministers are due to formally decide on holding a referendum and the Taoiseach has previously promised to hold a referendum in May or June. The Minister for Health Simon Harris is …

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Germany pupil 'killed by classmate' at school near Dortmund

Image copyright EPA Image caption Police say they have arrested one pupil from the Kaethe Kollwitz comprehensive school over the killing A pupil at secondary school near the German city of Dortmund has been killed by a fellow classmate, according to police. Reports say a 15-year-old student stabbed a 14-year-old …

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Cosby on stage for first time since sex assault charge

US entertainer Bill Cosby returned to the stage for the first time in nearly three years, just months before his scheduled retrial for alleged sexual assault. The 80-year-old actor and comedian took part in a special performance honouring jazz drummer, Tony Williams, at the LaRose Jazz Club in Philadelphia. It …

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