Former bishop Edward Daly dies aged 82

Former bishop Edward Daly dies aged 82

Over the last 22 years he provided much appreciated pastoral care to the terminally ill at the Foyle Hospice, an experience which gave him a further appreciation of the sanctity of human life and the importance of faith. He went on: "He was courageous in speaking out against injustice and took many personal risks for peace and reconciliation". Mehaffey, the retired Church of Ireland bishop of Derry and Raphoe, said Daly "was a man of God and a man of the people, a great church leader and a ...

ASEAN breaks deadlock on South China Sea, Beijing thanks Cambodia for support

ASEAN breaks deadlock on South China Sea, Beijing thanks Cambodia for support

Lajcak said the European Union welcomed the consensus reached between China and the ASEAN members on full and effective implementation of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC). Kishida said at meetings with his ASEAN counterparts that Japan has already provided their nations with more than 1.7 trillion yen ($16 billion) of a total 2 trillion yen pledged in 2013 in official development assistance over five years.

Thailand Votes In Favour Of New Constitution

For those who believe in democratic governments and self-rule, it would seem to be the political equivalent of shooting yourself in the foot. Thailand's baht climbed from a three-week low after voters approved a military-backed constitution that could mark the first step towards restoring democracy in the South-east Asian nation.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic victor gives Mourinho his first trophy for Manchester United

We play for the trophy and we win. Leicester will play Manchester United in the Community Shield on Sunday, and will start their Premier League campaign on 13th August when they travel to newly-promoted Hull. Jesse Lingard followed up his memorable FA Cup final victor with a fine solo effort to put United ahead, only for a defensive error from Marouane Fellaini to enable Jamie Vardy to equalise.

Belgian premier, police confer following machete attack

Charleroi police said the attacker was killed while the two victims were out of danger. A statement posted on a Twitter account linked to the militant group describes the attacker as one of the Islamic State's "soldiers". Belgium is still at security alert level three, the second highest level, since the March 22 bombings at a Brussels airport and a subway station which killed 32 people.

Boy asks Pence if he's Trump's 'apologist'

He said "Donald Trump and I are standing shoulder to shoulder to say to the American people, 'We can be strong again'". Even though he insisted, "I promise you", in actuality, Pence's policies in a great many instances vary widely from those Trump has claimed.