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This Week in XR: Games Developer Conference Wrap Up  They come to celebrate an industry that is more than twice the size of music and movies put together.
Gardaí investigate alleged online abuse of Munster Rugby players  Some of the content being complained about was posted online via fake player profiles
Trump: 'I know nothing' about Kushner's WhatsApp messaging  U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he knew nothing about son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner's use of the WhatsApp encrypted messaging tool, a day...
Accused claims he had consenual sex with alleged rape victim years later  Alleged IRA member has pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing two boys at safe house
UK's May hints she might not bring Brexit deal back for third parliament vote next week  British Prime Minister Theresa May hinted on Friday that she might not bring her European Union withdrawal deal back to parliament for a...
Spain and the rise of the far-right  In Spain, issues like Border protection, crime, and unemployment, have propelled far-right Vox party into office in Andalusia’s last regional elections.
Sir Gary Verity resigns from Welcome to Yorkshire on health grounds after expenses investigation  WELCOME to Yorkshire has announced that Chief Executive Sir Gary Verity DL has resigned on health grounds with immediate effect.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 'identifies top summer transfer target' at Manchester United  Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to have found his preferred centre-back target.
Ex-Britain's Got Talent star avoids jail over her involvement in online drug dealing operation  Olivia Archbold, 23, helped her then boyfriend Alex Nash, 24, in buying cannabis over the dark web using the online...
Antonia Maury: A Female Astronomer's Fight For Recognition  Astronomer Antonia Maury published the first catalog of steller spectra, but she had to put up a fight to do it.
British boy, 3, fighting for life after being blasted twice in drive-by shooting  Mohammed Ehsaan Khan, who attends Nansen School in Birmingham was visiting Pakistan when he was caught in the crossfire
Touch The Screen And A Memory Appears  The House of Memories app lets people with dementia, loved ones and caregivers enjoy the past
The new St John's Market in Scunthorpe - opening times, stalls and food court traders  Scunthorpe's new market has opened following a £4 million transformation of the town centre's former BHS store
What Manchester United should copy from Sir Alex Ferguson era, according to Rio Ferdinand  The former Manchester United defender has been speaking about his old club's plans
Echoing de Gaulle, Macron sees Brexit Britain as poor fit for Europe  France's wartime hero Charles de Gaulle twice vetoed Britain's attempts to join the European Economic Community in the 1960s, convinced the country...
Divock Origi reveals the change that has helped him back into Liverpool reckoning  Belgian forward has become an increasingly important figure for the Reds since the end of last year
Gardaí investigating claims of online abuse targeting Munster rugby players  A garda investigation is ongoing into allegations of serious online abuse and harassment of Munster Rugby players.
UNICEF USA BrandVoice: UNICEF Supplies Are On The Ground In Mozambique  Drawing on a 70-year history of stepping up when disaster strikes, UNICEF is moving supplies to children caught in the path of Cyclone Idai.
EastEnders spoilers: Dishevelled Tiffany and Keanu return with dark secrets  Walford tube station is busy on Monday night's EastEnders when Tiffany Butcher and Keanu Taylor make surprise returns
PM could drop vote on Brexit deal if it lacks support  Theresa May has indicated she may not bring her deal back to parliament for a third vote if there is not enough support for it.
Is 75 The New 65? How The Definition Of Aging Is Changing  Why chronological age doesn't mean what it once did, and why that matters for aging
Labour leader Corbyn borrows Acer the Alsation for a photo-op  Jeremy Corbyn was out meeting members of the public in Wales after attending the funeral of veteran MP Paul Flynn.
Introducing The Entrepreneurs Of Forbes  At Forbes, we champion entrepreneurial capitalism – and we embrace the entrepreneurial mindset in our own company. This year, we introduced “The Entrepreneurs of Forbes,” a new internal...
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