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© Reuters. The dollar made a bullish start to the week. Investing.com – The dollar advanced against its rivals Monday following...
Cardinal Pell: From Vatican apartment to Australian prison cell Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in prison (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill, File) For two decades, George Pell was the dominant figure in the Catholic Church in Australia - a boy from a gold mining town whose ambition, intellect and knack for befriending influential people propelled him to become the...
US House likely to try to override expected Trump veto as Senate votes to terminate national emergency Donald Trump (Evan Vucci/AP) The US House of Representatives will likely attempt to override President Donald Trump's expected veto of a border emergency resolution on March 26, a House Democratic leadership aide said on Thursday. The aide spoke after the US Senate on Thursday voted...
China lawmakers urge easing of family planning curbs as birth rates plunge Parliament delegates call on state to "liberate fertility" China facing dwindling workforce, surging health bills Changes could prove too little, too late - experts Parliament delegates call on state to "liberate fertility" Delegates to China's parliament are urging the overhaul or even scrapping of controversial family planning rules and...
US police move bears which had set up home in the middle of a road The mother was tranquillised and the cubs were carried out before they were all rehomed in a nearby forest. Police shared images of the bears on their Facebook page (Massachusetts State Police/PA) A section of road in the US was shut down on Thursday while wildlife officials...
Brexit: British MPs to vote on second referendum for first time UK's Labour says will not support second Brexit referendum proposal on Thursday Theresa May may try for a third time to push through her agreement Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May. Photo: MARK DUFFY/AFP/Getty Images THE British Labour Party will not support a proposal for a second Brexit referendum due to...
Central Bank of Ireland Deputy Governor, Ed Sibley, on Brexit, mortgage costs, banker bonuses, insurance failures and Philip Lane Ed Sibley, Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, Central Bank of Ireland.Credit: Tony GavinEd Sibley, Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, Central Bank of Ireland.Credit: Tony GavinEd Sibley, Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, Central Bank of Ireland.Credit: Tony GavinEd Sibley, Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, Central Bank...
Woman who pretended to have cancer to defraud charity of more than €99,000 jailed Patricia Robertshaw, who pretended to have cancer in order to help defraud the charity she worked, has been jailed Photo credit: Danny Lawson/PA Wire A woman who pretended to have cancer in order to help defraud the charity she worked for out of more than £85,000 (€99,000)...
Dublin Airport passenger numbers hit new high despite Brexit uncertainty The figure passed the two million mark for the first time last month. The departure gates at Terminal 1 in Dublin Airport (Brian Lawless/PA) Dublin Airport had a record month for passenger numbers in February, official statistics have revealed. The Dublin Airport Authority confirmed the figure surpassed the two million mark for the...
© Reuters. Investing.com - The pound dropped on Monday following reports that Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will...

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