Saturday, 21 December 2013

Homecoming at Dublin Airport

Homecoming at Dublin Airport


Angelina Jolie Brad Pitt engaged
April 2012 - Present
After years together and enough kids together to start a band that would rival the Partridge Family, Angelina Jolie...

Bus robbery fail: Passengers pin armed robber to the ground

Video: Clara Chime, Enugu's First Lady, Reveals How Her Husband Maltreated Her

In this exclusive interview with Channels Television, Enugu State's First Lady, Mrs Clara Chime, talks about her husband's false accusations against her and how she coped while in the Government House.

Legendary BBC sports presenter David Coleman dies aged 87 after a brief illness

David Coleman, a BBC sports presenter and commentator with almost 50 years of service, has died after a brief illness.

Update;Justine Sacco fired for racial tweet

A PR executive for major media company IAC who tweeted a racist 'joke' on Friday that sparked a social media revolt has been fired from her position following the incident.

Gang that charged illegal immigrants £4,000 for 'guaranteed arrival in UK has been arrested

mugglers charging illegal migrants up to £4,000 for 'guaranteed arrival' in the UK has been arrested, it has emerged.

Married high school teacher arrested for having sexual relations in her car with student

A married Pennsylvania high school teacher has been arrested for having sexual relations with a male student.

IRA sniper McGinn found dead in Monaghan

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An IRA sniper convicted of killing the last British soldier to die before the Good Friday peace agreement has been found dead.

Health Minister officially signs abortion bill into law

The Health Minister James Reilly has officially signed the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill into law.
The Act allows for a termination of pregnancy where there is a real and substantial risk to a woman’s life from a physical illness, including from the risk of suicide.


Around 2,500 homes are still without power this afternoon after lightning strikes this morning caused disruption to the electricity supply.
The south of the country has been affected with the majority of outages in Kilkenny, Clonmel, Bandon and Arklow.

ESB crews are working to repair the lines and it is hoped power will be restored to all areas by 5pm this evening.

Usain Bolt Vs Bus. The Fastest Man On Earth Races Against ...

The world’s fastest man Usain Bolt famously “raced” against Prince Harry – and now he has taken on a bus.
While the royal managed to “outsprint” the Jamaican, Bolt was taking no chances this time as he made sure he pipped the vehicle to the tape, even at a jogging pace.


Rape victims

It is no ordinary crime. Incest, a distant word to many, claims its victims body and soul  and shatters every sense of normalcy a child who grows up to experience such act is supposed to have. Such is the life of Bola and Tolu, who endured a sexual abuse by their father for two years. But for Susan, who had two children for her father, it is a different kettle of fish as a result of the identity problem her children will have to contend with. KUNLE FALAYI reports

World Bank Distances itself from list of Nigerian Looters

A list containing the names of 21 former Nigerian officials and military officers with alleged sums of looted money in foreign banks have been disowned by officials of the World Bank in Washington D.C.

Abortion guidelines will be ready within weeks

Minister for Health  James Reilly  pictured during a media briefing on the package of Measures to deal with Alcohol misuse which is to be incorporated into a Public Health bill. The briefing took place at Government Buildings.
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Minister for Health James Reilly

GUIDELINES for doctors who will be allowed carry out abortions in limited circumstances are "at an advanced" stage and will be signed off in early January.

Gardaí and PSNI hunt bank robbers after Monaghan raid

A cross-border hunt is under way after raiders robbed €100,000 from a bank in Co Monaghan.

Hail and thunderstorms striking across the country this morning

Eamonn O'Brien, from Clontarf, takes his dogs Daisy (left) and  Jasper (right) for a walk along the Bull Wall in Dublin despite the poor weather conditions.

Met Eireann have issued an Orange weather warning this morning as thunderstorms and hail showers hit the country.

Beyoncé confesses being a member of the Illuminati

In yesterday’s much-anticipated interview with Oprah, Beyoncé finally admitted she was a member of the New World Order, also known as the Illuminati.
Rumors have swirled since the episode’s taping; many fans wondered why Oprah never questioned the star about her alleged Illuminati ties and commented that it might be due to Oprah’s own participation in Illuminati activities.

Mass wedding in Nigeria sees 1,000 Muslim couples tie the knot

More than 1,000 Muslim couples tied the knot at a mass wedding Thursday in Nigeria's second city of Kano, part of a government programme aimed at promoting stable families.

Battered woman force thug to hold humiliating sign at roadside in return for her not pressing charges

A woman who was battered for refusing a thug's sexual advances took justice into her own hands and forced him to stand by a roadside with a sign reading: 'I beat women. Honk if I'm a scumbag.'

Canada strikes down ALL of its anti-prostitution laws

Canada has removed all anti-prostitution laws after sex workers fought for safer working conditions following the serial killings of prostitutes by a pig farmer in British Columbia.

Twitter Responds To Justine Sacco’s Racist Africa-AIDS Tweet

Twitter was put into a heated frenzy earlier Friday afternoon when a racist and insensitive tweet by a public relations representative allegedly visiting Africa sparked outrage amongst users.
“Going to Africa. Hope I don’t get AIDS,” read a tweet by Justine Sacco. “Just kidding. I’m white!


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