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Surgeon admits burning his initials on patients’ livers during transplant ops

Simon Bramhall. Credit: Richard Vernalls/PA Wire Surgeon admits burning his initials on patients' livers during transplant ops Independent.ie A surgeon has admitted burning his initials on...

Brexit-hit pound is forcing Britons to choose cheaper holidays, says Tui

Tui boss Fritz Joussen said Britons are beginning to cut back on long-haul holidays and some European resorts as the weak pound is making...

This hilarious girl made a ‘wall of sorrow’ to encourage her dad to get...

In a story told by her older sister Danielle, 13-year-old Peyton Grubisic wanted a cat. “Her and my dad have been arguing about it...

Jens Stoltenberg to stay at helm of Nato until September 2020

Brussels-based Nato said in a statement on Tuesday that its 29 nations decided to prolong the former Norwegian prime minister's term until September...

Europe rebuffs Israel’s plea for recognition of Jerusalem

Mr Netanyahu, making the first official visit by an Israeli premier to the EU's Brussels headquarters in 22 years, told reporters that recognising...

Judge warns ex-Trump aide Paul Manafort to keep opinions to himself

That includes drafting opinion essays published in other countries. US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson told Paul Manafort that his editing of an op-ed...

Woman (20) charged with murder of Irish boy (17) in Australia

Jacob Cummins (17), originally from Dublin, was killed and four others were seriously injured when a vehicle allegedly driven by Aya Hishmeh struck...

Newborn baby threatened in one of ‘spate’ of attacks by jewel thieves

Police revealed the tactic was employed by just one of several unconnected groups of thieves who have stolen tens of thousands of pounds...

Mobile gaming firm plays down Brexit talent fears as London studio drives growth

Gram Games is known for titles including Bounzy! (Gram/PA) Mobile gaming firm plays down Brexit talent fears as London studio drives growth Independent.ie Turkish mobile gaming...

Priest gets life sentence in cold-case murder of beauty queen

John Feit, a visiting priest in McAllen, Texas, when the second-grade teacher came to him for confession during Holy Week in 1960, was...
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