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Brexit weighs heavy at Irish farming fair

Brexit weighs heavy at Irish farming fair

Brexit hung like a cloud over Ireland’s biggest agricultural fair this week, with the country’s food and farming industries, heavily reliant on their British neighbour, feeling the impact already.

More than 500,000 sign petition backing Uber

More than 500,000 sign petition backing Uber

Half a million people have signed an online petition in under 24 hours backing Uber’s bid to stay on the roads of London, showing that the company is turning to its tried-and-tested tactic of asking customers for help when it locks horns with regulators.

Prince Harry visits mental health hospital ahead of Invictus Games

Prince Harry visits mental health hospital ahead of Invictus Games

Prince Harry met staff and patients at a Toronto mental health facility also visited by Princess Diana, hours before the opening ceremony of the third Invictus Games, yesterday.

New Zealand’s ruling Nationals win most votes, NZ First Party kingmaker

New Zealand’s ruling Nationals win most votes, NZ First Party kingmaker

New Zealand’s ruling National Party yesterday won the largest number of votes in the country’s general election, securing a comfortable margin over the Labour Party after what had promised to be the most hotly contested race in recent history.

Somalia’s Puntland region captures weapons-laden boat from Yemen

Somalia’s Puntland region captures weapons-laden boat from Yemen

Somalia’s semi-autonomous region of Puntland yesterday seized a boat loaded with weapons from Yemen, the regional maritime police chief said.

Fried chicken to crayfish wraps: Jollibee eyes deals to grow

Fried chicken to crayfish wraps: Jollibee eyes deals to grow

Filipino billionaire Tony Tan Caktiong, who has built Jollibee Foods Corp into a near-4,000 store purveyor of sweet-style spaghetti, burgers and fried chicken, is looking to buy existing brands in mature markets to help fuel future growth.

Marcos Jr denies ‘gold offer’ to public

Marcos Jr denies ‘gold offer’ to public

Former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr yesterday denied reports that his family was offering cash and “gold” to the public.

Duterte reveals politicians’ funding for Marawi siege

Duterte reveals politicians’ funding for Marawi siege

President Rodrigo Duterte has released a “matrix” of drug lords and politicians who allegedly funded the deadly siege in Marawi City, which entered its fourth month yesterday.

Gilgit-Baltistan auctions permits for trophy hunting

Gilgit-Baltistan auctions permits for trophy hunting

The Gilgit-Baltistan wildlife department yesterday auctioned permits for the hunting of 113 rare species under the trophy hunting programme 2017-18, with the hunting of endangered astor markhor fetching the highest licence fee of $100,000 in the history of trophy hunting.

Peshawar farmers losing land to property boom

Peshawar farmers losing land to property boom

In the last decade since the motorway surfaced along Hargoni village, where Noor Rehman grew old cultivating land, unplanned development has crept into the lives of farmers like him in ways they had not foreseen.

We don’t believe in vote bank politics: PM

We don’t believe in vote bank politics: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said yesterday the Bharatiya Janata Party did not believe in vote bank politics as the country was above party politics.

Activist claims getting threat call over case against BJP leader

Activist claims getting threat call over case against BJP leader

Activist and former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Anjali Damania yesterday claimed to have received death threats in a call made from a landline number in Karachi.

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