Irish citizens prepare to vote on abortion laws
On Friday, Irish voters will cast their ballots in a referendum which could end the country's ban on abortions . She said her vote would be one for solidarity and compassion, "a vote to say, I don't send you away anymore".
Canada govt steps in to buy controversial pipeline
Green Party MP Elizabeth May, representing Saanich-Gulf Islands, and Victoria NDP MP Murray Rankin both panned the federal move. Rempel says that Trudeau should have taken a better look at how to enforce federal jurisdiction rather than write a cheque.
Winners and losers in THE reputation rankings 2018
The latest QS World University Rankings placed Tsinghua University and Peking University in 25th and 38th places respectively. The other United Kingdom universities ranked in the top 100 were Manchester, in joint 51st, and Warwick in joint 81st.
U.S., China End Latest Trade Talks Without Settlement
On Saturday President Trump insisted on Twitter that the U.S. had been "ripped off by other countries for years on trade". Beijing warned all the commitments it had made so far were premised on "not fighting a trade war".
Vincent Kompany injury concern after goalless draw between Belgium and Portugal
Belgium have confirmed their 23-man squad for the 2018 World Cup but Roberto Martinez has dropped two Premier League stars. The Manchester City captain sustained what is thought to be a groin injury during the 0-0 draw at King Baudouin Stadium.
Deadliest Catch Star Blake Painter Dead at 38
Former "Deadliest Catch" captain Blake Painter was found dead in his OR home at the age of 38. He said there were no signs of foul play or suspicious circumstances.
Maryland's Ellicott City inundated by flash floods; crews conduct water rescues
Howard County Police Chief Gary Gardner says witnesses saw the man go under the water Sunday evening, and he did not surface. Aside from the Patapsco River, there are four other smaller waterways running through and around Ellicott City.
Harvey Weinstein accused of rape in new class-action lawsuit
Almost 100 women have now accused Weinstein of crimes ranging from sexual harassment to assault and rape going back decades. They are suing Weinstein - as well as Miramax and The Weinstein Company - for assault, battery and racketeering.
Journalist on Newly-Formed Italian Govt: 'the Two Parties Will Take Issue'
French leader Marine Le Pen hailed the new government as "a victory of democracy over intimidation and threats from the European Union".
US President Trump confirms meeting with Kim Jong
In this way, the video is an unusual admission of the poor state of North Korea's economy and the helplessness of its leadership. But the USA leader warned that he did not expect to immediately sign a deal to bring a halt to the North's nuclear programme.