Top White House Official Involved in Saudi Sanctions Resigns
New York Times, 18 November at 01:41
WASHINGTON — A top White House official responsible for American policy toward Saudi Arabia resigned on Friday evening, a move that may suggest fractures inside the Trump administration over the response to the brutal killing of the dissident Jamal ...
BREAKING: Three men rushed to hospital after GUNMAN opens fire in London
Daily Star, 18 November at 00:39
According to reports, two of the men were shot and another injured in Enfleid. Police were called to the scene on Grove Road at just after 6pm following reports of gunshots. It is not clear what condition the victims are in or the extent of their
World reacts to Ireland's win over All Blacks
NEWS.com.au, 18 November at 00:22
Ireland fans suffered through a nerve-racking final 10 minutes as their side held on for dear life against the All Blacks in Dublin this morning (AEDT) before securing a history-making victory. Up 16-6, a Beauden Barrett penalty goal to the visitors in
Autumn International: Ireland hold nerve to earn first home win over All Blacks
BBC Sport, 18 November at 00:04
Ireland have beaten New Zealand on home soil for the first time with a frenzied 16-9 win at the Aviva Stadium. Jacob Stockdale's superb chip-and-gather try decided an absorbing contest between the top two sides in the world. Johnny Sexton advanced his ...
Dawn French leads tributes after Vicar of Dibley star John Bluthal dies
Evening Standard, 17 November at 23:37
Dawn French has led tributes to her Vicar of Dibley co-star John Bluthal who has died, aged 89. The actor, who was known for playing Frank Pickle in the much-loved series, was also known for his work on stage and film. It was announced by his talent
England's Eddie Jones: 'Fired-up' Japan was what we wanted
BBC Sport, 17 November at 23:07
Eddie Jones says he was pleased Japan were "fired up" by his pre-match claim that they should "pray, pray, pray" before meeting his England team. "That is exactly what we wanted. We wanted Japan to be at their best," the head coach told BBC Radio 5 live.
Leo Varadkar: 'Irish government wants to build bridges'
BBC News, 17 November at 22:51
Taoiseach (Irish prime minister) Leo Varadkar has told the Fine Gael Ard Fheis that his government wants to build bridges rather than new borders. Mr Varadkar said he wanted to strengthen the relationship between north and south, east and west as well
Eddie Jones: It is my job to protect my England players from RFU turmoil
Telegraph.co.uk, 17 November at 22:37
Eddie Jones says it is his job to protect his players from any fall-out from Steve Brown's shock decision to resign as chief executive of the Rugby Football Union less than a year before the World Cup in Japan. Brown announced his decision to resign on
Trump talks to CIA about Jamal Khashoggi killing
USA TODAY, 17 November at 22:31
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump spoke on Saturday with his CIA chief and top diplomat about the spy agency's assessment of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. American intelligence agencies have concluded that Saudi Crown Prince ...
France demands UK climate pledge in return for Brexit trade deal
The Guardian, 17 November at 22:29
President Macron and other member states fear Britain could gain advantage over them by undercutting EU environment laws. Daniel Boffey in Brussels. Sat 17 Nov 2018 14.28 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email ...
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