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'Disgusting': Cannes film sparks mass walkout

More than 100 people have reportedly walked out of the latest film by Lars Von Trier during a premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Some of those who left early called the dark and grisly serial killer comedy The House that Jack Built “disgusting” and “torturous”. The movie, starring Matt …

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Thomson Reuters to move $300bn-a-day forex trade here

Thomson Reuters said today it would transfer its $300 billion-a-day foreign exchange derivatives trading business to Dublin from London ahead of Britain’s departure from the European Union next year.  Major electronic bond and forex trading platforms have announced plans over the past year to shift their trading businesses out of …

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Washington Redskins guard Arie Kouandjio to have quad surgery

Washington Redskins guard Arie Kouandjio will undergo surgery to repair a partially torn quad later this week, multiple media outlets reported on Tuesday. Kouandjio had an MRI and a second opinion before electing to undergo surgery, per reports. The 26-year-old’s exact recovery time is expected to be known after the …

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Tributes to pilot who died in Offaly plane crash

The 47-year-old English pilot who died in Sunday’s plane crash in Clonbologue, Co Offaly has been named as Neil Bowditch. Seven-year-old Kacper Kacprzak, the son of a man in west Dublin who took part in the parachute jump minutes before the crash, also died in the incident. An online fundraising campaign has raised …

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