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UK, New Zealand free trade zone opposed by British farmers

LONDON, England: The UK and New Zealand have agreed to establish a free trade zone, claiming it will benefit consumers ...


British aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe loses appeal in Iran

LONDON, ENGLAND: A British-Iranian woman arrested and jailed in 2016, has had her court appeal rejected by Iranian authorities.Aid worker ...


Two men arrested after Cannabis Jellies found in Dublin flat

DUBLIN, Ireland - Two men are being questioned over the seizure of 'Cannabis Jellies' in Dublin.The jellies were discovered during ...


Ireland reports new parents most often naming babies Jack, Grace

DUBLIN, Ireland: A snapshot of 2021 Ireland has been released by the Central Statistics Office showing, among other things, Jack ...


Doctors urge Irish to be vaccinated against winter flu

DUBLIN, Ireland: Health officials have announced that the first case of winter flu has arrived in Ireland, after a patient ...


Nightclubbers in Ireland thrilled to dance to Minister's tune

DUBLIN, Ireland - The Minister of Culture and Arts has guaranteed that nightclubs would open at total capacity.Speaking to RT ...


Vatican app 'Click to Pray' allows faithful 'to connect with church'

VATICAN CITY: The Vatican has announced that it will relaunch the Click to Pray app on 1st November, to enable ...


Irish heath chief warns no "single silver bullet" to combat Covid

DUBLIN, Ireland - Covid-19 is growing again at a rate of 2% to 3% each day, but public health officials ...


Official: EU faces winter without fuel due to increased energy prices

BRUSSELS, Belgium: European Union Labor Commissioner Nicolas Schmit has warned that a sharp rise in energy prices could cause greater ...


Ireland 2030 World Cup bid to be submitted in 2022

DUBLIN, Ireland: Ireland and the UK remain hopeful that they will jointly host the 2030 World Cup.Questions had been raised ...


Triple-car collision on M9 leaves man dead, another seriously injured

CO KILDARE, Ireland - A triple-car collision early Wednesday morning has left a man dead and another seriously injured.The horrific ...


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US supply chain woes includes shortage of 80,000 truck drivers

ARLINGTON, Virginia: American Trucking Association (ATA) President Chris Spear said there are 80,000 fewer drivers than needed, as reported by ...

Russia says more gas to Europe after approval of Nord Stream 2

MOSCOW, Russia: Russia has indicated that in exchange for increasing gas supplies to Europe to ease the current energy crisis, ...

Mixed day on U.S. markets, Nasdaq the biggest loser, down 147 points

NEW YORK, New York - U.S. stocks were mixed on Friday with the Dow Jones advancing, while the Nasdaq Composite ...

Rise in gas prices forces utility companies to return to coal

WASHINGTON D.C.: U.S. power companies are increasing their coal consumption due to surging natural gas prices, dealing a blow to ...

To refinance after bankruptcy, Hertz files for IPO

WASHINGTON D.C.: Rental car company Hertz, which filed for bankruptcy early in the pandemic, emerging on 30th June, has filed ...

Stocks in Asia mixed to flat, Nikkei 225 does best, rising 96 points

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks were little moved on Asian markets on Friday, although the tech sector showed some buoyancy."The ...

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Eruption of Canary Island volcano sets new record

LA PALMA, Canary Islands: Officials in the Canary Islands said there are no signs that the eruption of a volcano, ...

British aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe loses appeal in Iran

LONDON, ENGLAND: A British-Iranian woman arrested and jailed in 2016, has had her court appeal rejected by Iranian authorities.Aid worker ...

China law would hold parents responsible for children's behaviorconduc

BEIJING, China: China will consider draft legislation, entitled the Family Education Promotion Law, to punish parents if their children exhibit ...

Nations in South Pacific shifting allegiance from Australia to China

In the wake of the AUKUS deal, Beijing's hosting of a summit involving many tiny Pacific countries is significant. It ...

For first time in US, hearing aids to be sold over the counter

WASHINGTON D.C.: A proposal by health officials in the United States will allow the public to purchase non-prescription hearing aids, ...

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Eruption of Canary Island volcano sets new record

LA PALMA, Canary Islands: Officials in the Canary Islands said there are no signs that the eruption of a volcano, ...


Russia says more gas to Europe after approval of Nord Stream 2

MOSCOW, Russia: Russia has indicated that in exchange for increasing gas supplies to Europe to ease the current energy crisis, ...


First movie in space filmed by Russians in Space Station

MOSCOW, Russia: A Russian film crew has returned to Earth from the International Space Station after spending two weeks filming ...


Conservative Marki-Zay wins runoff to challenge Hungary's Orban

BUDAPEST, Hungary: Conservative provincial mayor Peter Marki-Zay, a political outsider with no party affiliation, won an opposition run-off primary on ...


Official: EU faces winter without fuel due to increased energy prices

BRUSSELS, Belgium: European Union Labor Commissioner Nicolas Schmit has warned that a sharp rise in energy prices could cause greater ...


Le Pen says if elected French president she would end energy subsidies

PARIS, France: Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate to run in next year's French presidential election, said if she is ...


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