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Man (20s) charged with assault after 54-year-old man dies in Waterford

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Man (20s) charged with assault after 54-year-old man dies in Waterford

- Niall Hewson, of the Clarinwood estate in Tramore was charged with the assault causing harm to Northern Ireland native Edmund Rice, a man in his 50s who had been living locally for a number of years. Mr Hewison was bailed with conditions attached. The charges relate to an incident at a taxi rank in the seaside town of Tramore at about 2

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Boy, 16, charged with rape of an eight-year-old in a park in Moston

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Boy, 16, charged with rape of an eight-year-old in a park in Moston

- A TEENAGE boy has been charged with raping an eight-year-old girl in a Manchester park. The 16-year-old boy, who can’t be named for legal reasons, will appear at Manchester Youth Court tomorrow. He has been remanded in custody charged with rape, Greater Manchester Police said. Police were called just before 7pm to Nuthurst Park in Moston on Saturday to reports an eight-year-old girl had been raped

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Ivanka Trump ordered to testify in dispute with shoe company

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Ivanka Trump ordered to testify in dispute with shoe company

- NEW YORK (AP) — Ivanka Trump must testify in a dispute with an Italian shoemaker over one of her company's shoe designs, a judge said Friday. U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest rejected a request by the senior White House aide's lawyers that she be blocked from submitting to a deposition in the trademark infringement lawsuit brought by Aquazzura Italia SRL against her and her company IT Collection LLC

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Stalker who drove his ex-girlfriend to suicide after he became obsessed with finding out who raped her admits manslaughter

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Stalker who drove his ex-girlfriend to suicide after he became obsessed with finding out who raped her admits manslaughter

- A stalker who drove his ex to suicide after he became obsessed with finding out who raped her has admitted manslaughter in a historic legal first. Nicholas Allen has admitted his behaviour caused Justene Reece, 46, to hang herself in February and pleaded guilty to the manslaughter charge and a string of stalking offences. Prosecutors said they had never come across a case where someone had been held liable for the suicide of their victim and it could now set a precedent

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Berlin PD: Stolen gun found in car of a man following accident

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Berlin PD: Stolen gun found in car of a man following accident

- BERLIN — A Meriden man is facing criminal charges after police said they found a stolen gun in his car after he crashed his car into a pole Friday night. Berlin police said they responded to a report of a loud bang followed by a power outage. Police said when they arrived, they saw a pole, which had a transmitter attached that was damaged with numerous wires in the roadway which made it hard for them to help Jesus Lopez, 39, out of the car

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Judge: Ivanka Trump must answer questions in shoe design lawsuit

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Judge: Ivanka Trump must answer questions in shoe design lawsuit

- Ivanka Trump must give a deposition in a lawsuit by an Italian shoemaker claiming her fashion label copied its designs, a federal judge has ruled. Aquazurra Italia filed the suit against Ivanka Trump and her company in June 2016. It claims the brand has produced cheaper knockoffs of Aquazurra's "coveted" and highly publicized shoe designs. At the heart of the lawsuit is Aquazurra's "Wild Things" shoe

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Portugal investigating fraud linked to Venezuela PDVSA funds, PDVSA says

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Portugal investigating fraud linked to Venezuela PDVSA funds, PDVSA says

- CARACAS Portugal is investigating alleged appropriation of funds belonging to Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA [PDVSA.UL] that were channeled through now-defunct Portuguese bank Banco Espirito Santo between 2009 and 2014, PDVSA said on Saturday. PDVSA's reputation has been tarnished in recent years by high-profile corruption investigations including guilty pleas by two U.S.-based contractors who authorities said ran a $1 billion corruption scheme associated with PDVSA contracts

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Police arrest teenage boy after eight-year-old girl was raped in Moston park

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Police arrest teenage boy after eight-year-old girl was raped in Moston park

- Greater Manchester Police have arrested a teenage boy after an eight-year-old girl was raped in a park in Moston. Officers were called just before 7pm this evening following reports that a young girl had been raped in Nuthurst Park before the offender was chased off by other members of the public. GMP said the victim is being provided with support from specially trained officers

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Cullman police arrest Berlin couple suspected of selling drugs

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Cullman police arrest Berlin couple suspected of selling drugs

- Ronnie Millar, Jesse Thomas taken into custody by CNET. CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. — The Cullman Narcotics Enforcement Team on Wednesday arrested a Berlin couple suspected of dealing drugs. Officers arrested Ronnie Regina Millar, 35, and Jesse Dean Thomas, 34, at their home on County Road 737. CNET agents found 12 grams of methamphetamine, eight Alprazolam pills, steroids, needles, a gun and drug paraphernalia, authorities said

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British police brace for trouble as far-right and anti-racist groups protest

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British police brace for trouble as far-right and anti-racist groups protest

- LONDON (REUTERS) – Hundreds of police officers lined the streets of London and Birmingham on Saturday (June 24) to prevent far-right demonstrators from clashing with rival anti-fascism groups on a day of protest following deadly attacks in Britain. In the country’s second biggest city Birmingham, dozens of members of the far-right group Britain First took to the streets waving national flags and chanting “Britain First, Fighting Back”

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Shocking ATM scams used to steal your cash - would YOU have spotted any of them?

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Shocking ATM scams used to steal your cash - would YOU have spotted any of them?

- IF you thought covering your pin was a good enough precaution to take when drawing money at a cash machine, think again. Crooks are using increasingly sophisticated methods to con you out of your hard-earned dosh at ATMs. Card skimmers, cash traps and system hacks are becoming increasingly common, and more often than not they’re hard to spot as they’re fully concealed inside the machine

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Man stabbed to death on Aldridge High Street

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Man stabbed to death on Aldridge High Street

- A man has been stabbed to death in a West Midlands high street. The 26-year-old died at the scene on High Street, Aldridge, just before midnight on Friday, police said. Det Insp Jim Munro, of West Midlands Police, said a murder investigation was under way. A cordon is in place while forensic officers examine the scene. "A young man has lost his life in brutal circumstances and someone will have knowledge of who has done this," said Det Insp Munro

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VW Waives Appeal Against German Dieselgate Compensation Cases

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VW Waives Appeal Against German Dieselgate Compensation Cases

- German carmaker Volkswagen has agreed to buy back diesel cars equipped with illicit emissions control software after deciding not to appeal a German court ruling backing plaintiffs' calls for compensation. Consumer agencies across Europe have been pushing for compensation for Volkswagen (VW) drivers who bought diesel cars on the strength of their green credentials. Despite VW's admission of wrongdoing in the United States, it says it has not broken the law in Europe and sees no need to compensate European consumers

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Dr Luke and Kesha's mum reportedly drop lawsuits against each other

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Dr Luke and Kesha's mum reportedly drop lawsuits against each other

- Dr Luke and Kesha's mum, Pebe Sebert, have reportedly agreed to drop defamation lawsuits against each other. The music producer had accused Serbert of "tortious interference" (legal speak for wrongful interference) in the contract between himself and Kesha. Serbert responded to Luke, whose real name is Lukasz Gottwald, by suing him as well. The term defamation is used to describe when the good reputation of someone is damaged

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Man City and Manchester United supporters join together to raise thousands after Arena terror attack

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Man City and Manchester United supporters join together to raise thousands after Arena terror attack

- Groups of Manchester City and Manchester United supporters in Melbourne put their rivalries aside to raise thousands for the fund set up in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack. The Manchester City Supporters Club Melbourne branch joined with their United counterparts for a City United fundraiser with all proceeds going to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. Steve Bardsley, secretary of the City supporters group, explained how the event came about

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Mafia member who lived in Australia arrested at Rome airport over alleged drug ring

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Mafia member who lived in Australia arrested at Rome airport over alleged drug ring

- Italian authorities have arrested a member of the powerful mafia group known as the 'Ndrangheta at Rome's international airport after being tipped off that he had departed Australia. Bruno Crisafi booked a one-way ticket from Perth, where it is alleged he was protected by relatives in Australia. An arrest warrant was issued for Crisafi's role in an international cocaine trafficking operation in Italy, but he managed to avoid capture before going on trial

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Multi-millionaire banker drowned himself in Lake Geneva after being quizzed by police over mystery blaze at his stately home

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Multi-millionaire banker drowned himself in Lake Geneva after being quizzed by police over mystery blaze at his stately home

- A wealthy financier who was quizzed following a mystery blaze at his stately home was found dead after suffering "severe depression", his family said. Michael Treichl, 68, was arrested on suspicion of arson after a blaze which ravaged his mansion, Parnham House, two months ago. After being quizzed by detectives, Mr Treichl was released pending further investigation with no bail conditions imposed

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    UK lawmakers hit by cyber security attack: Media reports

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    LONDON (Reuters) - The British parliament has been hit by a cyber attack that is preventing lawmakers from accessing their emails when not in Westminster, politicians and media reports said on Saturday (June 24). The Telegraph newspaper said lawmakers were alerted to the hack on Friday (June 23) and were unable to access their email accounts on Saturday. Chris Rennard, a member of the Liberal Democrat party in the upper House of Lords, said on Twitter: "Cyber security attack on Westminster, Parliamentary emails may not work remotely, Text urgent messages

     

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