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VIDEO: Netanyahu on course for Israel poll win Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to be heading towards re-election early on Wednesday. Close-to-complete unofficial results showed him pulling ahead of his main competitor Benny Gantz. He said he had already begun talking to fellow right-wing and religious parties about forming a new coalition.
Madonna ignores call to boycott Eurovision Madonna has been urged to abandon plans to play Eurovision. Photo: PA Madonna is set to perform at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel despite calls to boycott the event. The 60-year-old singer is reportedly set to perform two songs in Tel Aviv on May 18, including a classic track and a new single. Please log...
Gardai would 'not peek' at editor's seized phone, High Court told The home in Strokestown, Roscommon Gardai would "not peek" if an editor claiming journalistic privilege over his seized phone unlocked it so that his personal and business data on it could be downloaded, the High Court heard. However, Roscommon-based "Democrat" newspaper editor, Emmett Corcoran, would not agree to such an approach...
Brendan O'Connor: 'Future of our Republic couldn't be in better hands' Seventy years on, there's a lot done, more left to do. Thank God for a new generation without our baggage, writes Brendan O'Connor FUTURE: A woman has her face painted at the St Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin last month Every generation stands on the shoulders of giants. And in an...
Sending migrants to 'sanctuary cities' not president's 'ideal' choice Likes idea: President Donald Trump wants to explore a twice-rejected proposal of ‘transferring illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities’ Photo: AP US President Donald Trump wants to explore a twice-rejected proposal to send migrants to "sanctuary cities", but that is not the preferred solution to fix the straining immigration system, the White House...
Kevin Doyle: 'Our leaders must use this Brexit delay to inject healthy dose of 'normal' back into politics' Taoiseach Leo Varadkar arrives at the European Council in Brussels. Photo: PA Leinster House was buzzing yesterday as a wall of photographers gathered at the front gate and reporters roamed the corridors inside. Politicians arriving on Kildare Street were somewhat amused by the fuss...
Ireland moving closer to full employment but youth unemployment is still a 'blackspot' Stock image IRELAND is moving closer to full employment as the number of people out of work fell by over 6,000 in the last year. The employment rate stood at 5.4pc last month – down from 5.6pc in February. There were 131,300 people out of work, down from 134,700 the...
Shop owners 'under siege' fearing they will be next ATM theft victim, says Retail NI Concrete blocks stacked beside an ATM machine at a Centra store near Maghera Northern Ireland retailers have said they feel under siege and are asking if they will be next to fall victim of the recent spate of ATM thefts as police appeal to the public...
IFA says leased in entitlements should not be included in plans for €60k cap IFA President Joe Healy flanked by IFA Director General Damian McDonald and Dr Edel Kelly, IFA Chief Economist, pictured at the launch of IFA Manifesto for the European Parliament & Local Government Elections in Dublin today where they called on farmers to reject candidates who are...
Ban on TikTok app would harm free speech, China's Bytedance tells India's top court State court asks federal government to ban TikTok app TikTok video content "unbearable", says state official Company asks Supreme Court to quash directive TikTok video app hugely popular in rural India The logo of TikTok application is seen on a mobile phone screen in this picture...

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