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'America First' tariffs on imports spark Asia outcry

Tariffs of up to 50% on imported goods will affect the two countries more than any other.

Alaska tsunami fears prompt evacuation

A magnitude 7.9 quake off Alaska prompted a tsunami alert, which was lifted hours later.

US shutdown: Trump hails 'big win' and says Democrats caved in

The president hails a "big win" for Republicans after the end of a three-day government shutdown.

UN flag no longer offers 'natural protection' to peacekeepers

The organisation's flag and blue helmets no longer offer "natural protection", a new report says.

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Dissident group Óglaigh na hÉireann calls ceasefire

Óglaigh na hÉireann is believed to be mostly made up of former Provisional IRA members.

Mark Ponisi: Man and woman charged with murder

Mark Ponisi's body was found in a house off Ravenhill Avenue on Saturday.

Translink 'needs £13m' to fund unprofitable local buses

People living in rural areas could be left without buses because there is no money to back the service.

Dolores O'Riordan: Funeral Mass for Cranberries singer

The Cranberries singer, 46, died suddenly in London last week.