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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Congratulations to our Volunteer Samantha Freegrove on receiving Presidents Volunteer Award at the Awards Cermony by Wexford Campus, Institute of Technology Carlow. Sam is a volunteer with Wexford Town Music Group and Relay For Life. Well done Sam 🤗🎶🎶
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Fantastic pictures of young people from the Coolcotts area showcasing their Social Circus Skills at the Coolcatts Halloween Fest 2018. What a fantastic performance they did. Well done to each and every one of you .....
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Former Colombian leader receives Tipperary Peace Award The former President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos has received the Tipperary International Peace Award at a ceremony in Tipperary town this afternoon.
N Korea says newly developed 'tactical' weapon tested North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has visited the test site of a new tactical weapon in his first such public inspection since last year, hailing it as a "display of our rapidly-growing defence capabilities," state media said.
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UK court to consider appeal in Brexit reversal case Britain's Supreme Court said it would consider whether to hear an appeal from the British government which wants to stop Europe's top court from examining a case seeking to determine whether the country can unilaterally reverse Brexit.
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US imposes Saudi sanctions following Khashoggi murder The United States has imposed economic sanctions on 17 Saudi officials for their role in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor sought the death penalty for five suspects in the murder.
Family of murder victim Marie Tierney speak of anguish The brother and sister of murder victim Marie Tierney have spoken of the family's ongoing anguish at the fact that their sister's killer has not been brought to justice.