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International - Today’s News

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Three men found guilty of plotting Christmas terror attacks in Melbourne

The court was told the men had bought machetes and ingredients to make homemade bombs.

'Money, drugs, murder': El Chapo goes on trial in New York

He is accused of leading the Sinaloa cartel, turning it into the world’s largest criminal group.

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'The Leonardo da Vinci of diamonds': €44 million pink diamond smashes record at Geneva auction The Pink Legacy This post contains videos

'The Leonardo da Vinci of diamonds': €44 million pink diamond smashes record at Geneva auction

The diamond was snapped up by American luxury brand Harry Winston.

From The42 Omagh bombing, a united cause and Griffin’s 30-yard strike: when Northern Ireland came to Dublin in 1999 Coming Together This post contains videos

Omagh bombing, a united cause and Griffin’s 30-yard strike: when Northern Ireland came to Dublin in 1999

In May 1999, a charity match was organised to raise funds for victims of the Omagh bombing. Former defender Danny Griffin recalls the game and his winning goal.

Irish woman who killed her fiance in Sydney says she feared him but 'loved him dearly'

A prosecutor noted that Cathrina Cahill previously told police she did not fear him.

Actress Paz de la Huerta sues Harvey Weinstein, alleging rape and campaign of harassment

De la Huerta, 34, alleges Weinstein damaged her career by at least $60 million.

In a rare move, Melania Trump calls for firing of national security aide

The rebuke came amid swirling speculation about a possible shake-up of President Donald Trump’s cabinet.

International - Yesterday’s News

'Judgement day', 'moment of truth' and 'betrayal': UK front pages react to news of Brexit deal

A Brexit deal is finally in sight, but will May be able to win over the Brexiteers?

'Europe must take our fate into our own hands': Angela Merkel calls for future creation of European army

The German Chancellor addressed MEPs in Strasbourg on her vision for the future of Europe.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

A reported Brexit deal, two dead in a house fire, and underwear held up in the Dáil – it’s the evening fix.

From The42 No 2016 grudging, just respect as All Blacks pitch up in Dublin Here And Now

No 2016 grudging, just respect as All Blacks pitch up in Dublin

‘You don’t need to dip into the past to find a desire to play and play well.’

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Man arrested in 'Ross from Friends' robbery investigation

The police appeal for the suspect went viral, with actor David Schwimmer clarifying it wasn’t him.

CNN sues Donald Trump over journalist being barred from White House

The White House has said it will vigorously defend itself against the lawsuit.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Calls for Taoiseach to brief party leaders on Brexit state-of-play as talks enter the 'endgame'

The British Prime Minister said negotiators are “working extremely hard, through the night, to make progress”.

'Incomparable' pink diamond aiming to sell for €44m could smash record at Geneva auction

The rectangular-cut diamond has been graded “fancy vivid” – the highest possible grade of colour intensity.

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Former SS guard (94) to testify at trial in Germany

Johann Rehbogen is charged with complicity in mass murder at a Nazi concentration camp.

Judge asks Amazon to share Echo recordings in US murder case

Timothy Verrill is accused of murdering two women and prosecutors believe there are Echo recordings of the attack.

'Mass casualty' teams search ruins as death toll from California blaze reaches 42

The north California fire is now the deadliest wildfire in state history.

International - Monday 12 November, 2018

Three Palestinians killed as Israel launches airstrikes in Gaza in response to rocket fire

Earlier today, Israelii air strikes killed three Palestinians and wounded nine more.

Met Police issue appeal after 98-year-old man critically injured during burglary

Peter Gouldstone remains critically ill in hospital.

Town of Paradise turns to 'hell on earth' after deadly wildfires devastate California

Nearly 230 residents of the town were unaccounted for, the sheriff said.

From The42 England captain dedicates 100th cap to seriously-ill footballer husband Family First This post contains videos

England captain dedicates 100th cap to seriously-ill footballer husband

‘This one’s for my family, my husband, who are there with you when there’s a lot of lows.’

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Simon Coveney praises EU 'solidarity' as Theresa May faces more Tory revolt: how Brexit unfolded today

The British prime minister faced further revolt from inside her party amid claims that a deal was imminent.

UK couple who named child after Hitler among six convicted of being members of neo-Nazi group

One was found to have a terrorist “manual” on his laptop that gave advice on homemade explosives.

Legendary comic books writer Stan Lee dies aged 95

Lee had cameos in all of the Marvel movies.

Amnesty International strips Aung San Suu Kyi of its highest honour

The group revoked the award in light of Suu Kyi’s “betrayal of the values she once stood for”.

British tourist dies after contracting rabies from cat bite in Morocco

People travelling to rabies-affected countries are being reminded to avoid contact with animals.

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Boris Johnson says Cabinet should stage a mutiny over Brexit

The former Foreign Secretary said the British government is “on the verge of total surrender” to Brussels.

Trump didn't attend event honouring war dead as he 'didn't want to disrupt traffic in Paris'

The US President was criticised for not attending the event on Saturday.

Court told woman was motivated by 'spite and revenge' in Australia strawberry needle case

A 50-year-old woman was arrested and charged yesterday with seven counts of contaminating goods.

Luke Ming Flanagan: If we are heading for an EU army what does that mean for Irish neutrality?

As EU military and defence spending skyrockets, Ireland’s commitment to defence co-operation compromises its neutrality, writes Luke Ming Flanagan, MEP

International - Sunday 11 November, 2018

Poland independence day march overshadowed by far-right demonstrations

Among the slogans that participants shouted were “USA, empire of evil” and “Poland, white and Catholic.”

From The42 Stunning 44-pass move sees City seal victory over United in Manchester derby Report

Stunning 44-pass move sees City seal victory over United in Manchester derby

Pep Guardiola’s men return to the top of the table as a result of the win.

Death toll rises to 25 as California wildfires rage on

It is expected to increase again.

Commemorations in Ireland and abroad mark centenary of the end of World War I

The First World War officially ended at 11am on 11 November 1918.

Egypt's newly discovered tombs hold cat mummies and animal statues Cairo This post contains images

Egypt's newly discovered tombs hold cat mummies and animal statues

The discovery at Saqqara also includes mummies of scarabs, the first ever to be found in the area.

From The42 Salah and Shaqiri on target as Liverpool bounce back from midweek Champions League hiccup Easy Peasy

Salah and Shaqiri on target as Liverpool bounce back from midweek Champions League hiccup

Jurgen Klopp’s men go top of the Premier League ahead of this evening’s Manchester derby.

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