- Loyalists suspected of threatening Irish Foreign Minister with fake bomb
- Northern Ireland First Minister Paul Givan resigns over Brexit border checks
- Technological University Dublin senior lecturer Dr Lorcan Sirr speaks to Wikinews on housing market in Ireland
- Irish Finance Minister Donohoe criticises OECD's global minimum corporate tax rate
- Italy to take command of UNIFIL
Conservationists capture most massive Burmese python in Florida history
Media reported Wednesday biologists from the Conservancy of Southwest Florida reported having captured a Burmese python measuring nearly 18ft in length and 215 pounds in weight in the state's Everglades wetlands.
Amtrak to run services to Burlington, Vermont starting July 29
The Vermont Agency of Transportation confirmed Thursday train operator Amtrak will begin services to Burlington on July 29, the first passenger rail service to the city in nearly seventy years.
Grand jury indicts man in assassination plot against U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh
On Wednesday, Californian Nicholas John Roske was indicted in a plot to assassinate US Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Canada, Denmark agree to resolve Arctic border dispute
Canada and Denmark agreed Tuesday to divide the uninhabited Arctic Sea territory Hans Island in two, ending a long-standing, mainly good-natured border dispute.
Western Australia Nationals MP Vince Catania to resign from state parliament
Nationals MP Vince Catania, who represents North West Central, will resign from Western Australia's Parliament in August, reports indicated Friday.
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