Friday, February 22, 2019
Iran named in Facebook fight to stop spread of fake news Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Facebook has for the first time named a country other than Russia that has been using fake accounts to manipulate global politics: Iran. The social network said it...
Man kills mother and sister in France knife attack as Islamic State claims responsibility French police secure a street after a man killed two persons and injured an other in a knife attack in Trappes, near Paris, according to French...

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Trump: Market would crash if I was impeached The president said Americans would see economic ‘numbers that you wouldn’t believe in reverse’. Donald Trump (Tyler Evert/AP) Donald Trump has said he believes the economy would tank if he were to be impeached. The...
'This is a classic example of absolute misinformation and, of course, complete nonsense' - Jurgen Klopp defends Ozil Klopp has defended Ozil Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has defended Mesut Ozil from the "hypocritical" criticism the Arsenal player has received since deciding...
Trump denies wrongdoing and accuses lawyer of ‘making up stories’ The US president accused his former lawyer Michael Cohen of ‘making up stories’ to get a ‘great deal’ from prosecutors. Donald Trump (Tyler Evert/AP) US President Donald Trump has dug in to...

Sport GAA

Casement Park's future being threatened by political stalemate - Bleak pictures emerge of famous ground The current state of the derelict Casement Park, as revealed by the Antrim GAA Twitter account this week, is in stark contrast to the artist’s...
'It feels very different... as if everything caught up to him' - president's adviser Special counsel Robert Mueller secures his first victory. Photo: Reuters If president Donald Trump felt the walls closing in on him, he didn't immediately show it. His...
Australian prime minister warns he could quit parliament soon Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reacts during a media conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia Photo: AAP/Sam Mooy/via REUTERS Australia's beleaguered prime minister warned he would quit Parliament on Friday if...
'Farcical' that low cost loan scheme for farmers still not rolled out, says IFA President 22/8/18 Pictured are Rural Development Chairman Joe Brady, IFA Economist Edel Kelly, IFA President Joe Healy & IFA Farm Business Chairman Martin Stapleton. Picture: Finbarr O'Rourke IFA president...
Record 'bull market' despite Trump woes Wall St is celebrating its longest S&P bull-market run The US dollar continued its slide on Wednesday morning as political pressure on President Donald Trump increased, and the euro hit a two-week high as investors...

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