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  1. Joe Brolly: Catholics have lost faith in Northern Ireland's shared societyWed, 17 Jan 2018 01:25:13 GMT
    Joe Brolly for St Brigid's GAA. He said middle class Catholics had lost faith in a shared society following the Good Friday Agreement. More...
  2. Hatton Garden raiders would have sold haul for fraction of market valueTue, 16 Jan 2018 20:34:24 GMT
    The Hatton Garden burglars would have sold almost A 10 million worth of loot taken during the raid for a fraction of its market value, a court heard. Prosecutors say A 13.69 million was the benefit from the burglary and that only A 4,324,437 has been recovered. More...
  3. Man fascinated by IS plotted attacks on Big Ben and other UK targets, court toldTue, 16 Jan 2018 15:47:22 GMT
    A fanatical teacher plotted a series of Islamic State-inspired attacks on Big Ben, the Queen's Guard, and Westfield shopping centre, saying "we are a death squad sent by Allah", a court heard. Umar Haque, 25, allegedly enlisted the help and support of fellow extremists at his local mosque where he tried to groom children with role-play and extremist videos. More...
  4. Twitter image of a collapsed building in Antwerp, BelgiumTue, 16 Jan 2018 11:12:02 GMT
    Rescue services have recovered the bodies of two people from the rubble of three adjacent houses in northern Belgium after an explosion ripped through them. Fourteen people were taken to hospital after they were injured in the blast in Antwerp late on Monday, including seven rescued from under the debris. More...
  5. Across the Mideast, Palestinians brace for Trump aid cutsTue, 16 Jan 2018 09:02:28 GMT
    Across the Middle East, millions of people who depend on UNRWA are bracing for the worst. The expected the US cut could also add instability to struggling host countries already coping with spillover from other regional crises. More...
  6. Pope Francis met with - sparse crowds' and protests during Chile visitTue, 16 Jan 2018 04:43:20 GMT
    Thousands of people lined streets in Chile's capital as Pope Francis visited the Latin American country for the first time. But crowds in Santiago were sparser than those seen during visits to neighbouring countries, with some protesting over sexual abuse by priests and others angry at a decision made to appoint a bishop close to another who abused minors. More...
  7. GP shortages not to blame for high A&E attendances, new study claimsTue, 16 Jan 2018 02:33:09 GMT
    Long-term health conditions are driving increasing attendance at A&E departments rather than GP shortages, a new study has claimed. Researchers at Queen Mary University of London examined the records of nearly 820,000 patients registered across 136 practices in east London to find the reasons behind rising demand on hospitals. More...
  8. Hawaii worker who pushed button reassigned after bungled missile alertTue, 16 Jan 2018 00:15:16 GMT
    The 10-year employee has been reassigned, pending an investigation into the incident, to a job that 'does not provide access to the warning system.' A false alarm warning of a ballistic missile heading to Hawaii sent the islands into a panic. More...
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  1. 'Minister for loneliness' appointed to fight isolation in BritainWed, 17 Jan 2018 11:46:13 GMT
    One in ten people said they felt lonely "always or often," and hundreds of thousands of elderly people said they hadn't spoken to a friend or relative in weeks. More...
  2. Dozens of skulls found in shallow graves as Mexico's cartels battle for turfWed, 17 Jan 2018 10:34:00 GMT
    Nayarit has been one of the states hit hardest by an increase in gang-related killings, which helped push murders to a record high in Mexico in 2017. More...
  3. Rebel ex-policeman among dead in Venezuela shootoutWed, 17 Jan 2018 07:49:09 GMT
    Venezuela officials said a rebel police officer who led a helicopter attack was killed in a shootout. Video appeared to show a surrender attempt. More...
  4. Tillerson, backing talks, warns N. Korea could 'trigger an option'Wed, 17 Jan 2018 06:02:00 GMT
    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson encouraged North Korea to seek the path of peace, warning that if it doesn't, it could '"trigger an option." More...
  5. In with the old: New president unlikely to transform Mormon churchWed, 17 Jan 2018 02:14:00 GMT
    Russell Nelson, 93, a world-renowned heart surgeon, signaled he would stay the course as he was announced as the 17th president of the Mormon church. More...
  6. Michigan father deported after living in U.S. for 30 yearsWed, 17 Jan 2018 00:57:00 GMT
    A father of two who lived in the United States for 30 years was deported from Michigan to Mexico on Monday, according to his family and immigration officials. More...
  7. Navy to convene court-martial proceedings against sailors in crashesWed, 17 Jan 2018 00:39:00 GMT
    The Navy will convene court-martial proceedings against five sailors relating to two deadly ship collisions last year, including the commanding officers of both vessels, a military spokesperson said Tuesday. More...
  8. Former CIA officer suspected of spying for ChinaWed, 17 Jan 2018 00:01:00 GMT
    Former CIA officer Jerry Chun Shing Lee was charged with possession of secrets and is suspected of spying for China, officials said. More...
  9. New report says most U.S. terrorists foreign born, but look more closelyTue, 16 Jan 2018 19:50:00 GMT
    A new DOJ/DHS report says most convictions for international terrorism in U.S. courts were of foreign-born defendants, but experts paint a more nuanced picture. More...
  10. Danish inventor charged with killing journalist on his submarineTue, 16 Jan 2018 19:07:00 GMT
    A Danish prosecutor says inventor Peter Madsen has been charged with murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall during a trip on his private submarine, saying he either cut her throat or strangled her. More...