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Amy Teibel: 'Nationalism and security policies do the trick for 'magician' Bibi'   With 98pc of votes counted, Netanyahu’s alliance with right-wing parties gave him a clear path to form the next government. Image: AP Photo/Ariel Schalit People don't call Benjamin Netanyahu "the magician" for nothing. The attorney general had already served notice that he plans to indict the Israeli prime minister...
Rúaidhrí O'Connor: 'Strength of Saracens set to destroy hopes of all-Irish final' Talking Point Leo Cullen battling Munster’s Paul O’Connell in a lineout during Leinster’s Heineken Cup semi-final win in 2009. The two provinces have never met in a European final. Photo: Pat Murphy / Sportsfile The dream final is not a universal concept; for some, the idea of Leinster meeting Munster in...
Boy (9) killed in dog attack at holiday park named Tencreek Holiday Park Photo: Google Maps A nine-year-old boy who was killed by a dog at a holiday park has been named by police. Frankie Macritchie, from Plymouth, was believed to be alone with the "bulldog-type breed" in a holiday caravan before he was found dead in the early hours of Saturday...
Test yourself by relearning your ABCs: B = Behaviour ''B for Business'. 'B for Boardroom'. And most importantly, 'B for Behaviour'.' Stock photo Oh behave! That admonition from Austin Powers is intended for you from me today, folks, in as serious a manner as the goofy movie spy's catch-phrase delivered by actor Mike Myers was originally intended as comical and ironic. Building...
Bayer in damage control mode after court verdicts More than 11,200 lawsuits in the US are linking Roundup to cancer. Photo: Bloomberg Bayer's top executives have mounted a campaign to reassure its staff and shareholders that the company can contain fallout over its newly acquired weedkiller Roundup, as a public reckoning before investors looms at the end of the month. CEO Werner...
Kevin Doyle: 'Businessman Peter Casey has a message that could very well see him elected to Brussels'   Peter Casey who is running in the European Election. Photo: David Conachy Love him or hate him, Peter Casey is back. The 'Dragon's Den' businessman who lit a fire under the presidential election now wants to take on Europe. And while the news will have many...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...
Kevin Doyle: ''Nosy neighbour' Leo now UK's best hope as it bids to get delay'   Michel Barnier (left), the EU's Chief Brexit Negotiator, meets with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at Government Buildings in Dublin for talks. Photo: PA They've called him an 'air head' and routinely seen him as a 'nosy neighbour', but today Leo Varadkar is the UK's best hope of...
US attorney general: I think spying did occur on Trump campaign William Barr said that though he did not have specific evidence of wrongdoing, ‘I do have questions about it’. US attorney general William Barr appears before a Senate subcommittee in Washington (Andrew Harnik/AP) US attorney general William Barr has said he is reviewing the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation, declaring he...
Ghosn’s lawyers appeal to Japan Supreme Court over detention The former Nissan chairman’s detention has been extended through to Sunday but may be prolonged. Carlos Ghosn (Takuya Inaba/Kyodo News via AP) Lawyers for Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn, who was sent back to detention while out on bail, have filed a protest with the Japanese Supreme Court. Lawyer Junichiro Hironaka told reporters that...

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