€68m medtech centre to open in Galway – Irish Independent

Irish Independent€68m medtech centre to open in GalwayIrish IndependentA €68m research centre developing medical devices which mimic the body's biology, will be officially opened in Galway today. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. Cúram, based at NUI, Galway, will be a global hub of research expertise in medical …

Japan scrambles jets over Chinese flight

Japan says it scrambled fighter jets on Sunday after Chinese military aircraft flew between two southern Japanese islands.

Swiss endorse new surveillance powers

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148 bodies pulled from Egyptian coast waters after sinking of ship with migrants

The bodies of 148 people have been pulled from the waters off the Egyptian coast, three days after a boat carrying hundreds of migrants capsized in the Mediterranean while attempting to head to Europe.

Ambulance tragedy: Locals shocked by death of ‘the nicest man you could ever meet’ – Irish Independent

Irish IndependentAmbulance tragedy: Locals shocked by death of 'the nicest man you could ever meet'Irish IndependentLocals in the small Kildare village of Suncroft are struggling to come to terms with the tragic death of Christopher Burn. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. One man, who was friends with Mr …

Syria conflict: Army declares offensive in eastern Aleppo

The Syrian government announces a fresh offensive against rebel-held eastern Aleppo following the collapse of a week-long ceasefire.

Venezuela crisis: Bus drivers bring chaos to Caracas

Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, is paralysed as bus drivers strike over a worsening economic crisis and lack of security.