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Trump supporters call for revolution after guilty verdict

Donald Trump supporters have flooded pro-Trump websites with calls for riots, revolution and violent retribution. After Trump became the first former US president to be convicted of a crime, his supporters responded with dozens of violent online posts, according to a Reuters review of comments on three Trump-aligned websites: the …

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Tips for de-stressing during exam time

Studying for exams can be stressful. Sitting them, even more so. With the Leaving Cert and Junior Cycle exams just days away, stress levels may be rising for students. We asked Stephen Bunney, a captain in the Defence Forces and owner of Warrior Wellness in Co Kildare, to share his …

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State ceremony to be held in honour of Stardust victims

A State remembrance ceremony in honour of the 48 victims of the Stardust disaster will take place next month. The event is scheduled for Sunday 23 June. The exact arrangements are currently being finalised in consultation with families. The location of the ceremony is yet to be confirmed, but it …

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US, UK air strikes hit several sites in Yemen

The United States and Britain have carried out air strikes on several sites in Yemen in what they said was a bid to degrade Huthi rebels’ ability to conduct attacks on maritime shipping. AFP journalists heard loud explosions in the capital Sanaa and the port city of Hodeida overnight. The …

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Russian strikes kill three, wound 16 in Kharkiv

Russian missiles hit three sites in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, killing at least three people and injuring 16, local officials said. Accounts of the attack said the missiles hit a five-storey apartment block, a shop in a three-storey building and a sewing factory. Regional Governor Oleh Syniehubov said the attacks …

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Surgeon issues warning over seeking major surgery abroad

A leading obesity surgeon has warned about having surgery, particularly bariatric or weight loss surgery, abroad, saying it is a “very dangerous undertaking”. Colm O’Boyle said there is growing concern in the Irish surgical community that the complications and mortality rates related to surgery abroad is much higher than here …

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