Top 10 news: Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin warns UK against its Northern Ireland Act, and more

It would be “very serious” if he enacted new legislation to unilaterally change part of a Brexit deal to try to facilitate trade with Northern Ireland, according to Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin. Separately, following a landslide election victory despite her father’s human rights record that saw thousands of drug suspects gunned down, Sara, the daughter of incumbent Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, was sworn in on Sunday in as Vice President.

Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin warns UK against its Northern Irish law


Urging the UK government to resume talks on the protocol, Martin said there were issues over trade rules that would need to be resolved through “substantive negotiations” between the UK and the European Union.

Sara, daughter of Rodrigo Duterte, sworn in as Vice President of the Philippines


Sara’s running mate, President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Junior, son and namesake of the disgraced dictator ousted in a 1986 uprising, will be sworn in in Manila on June 30.

Sri Lankan army opens fire to contain unrest over fuel crisis


According to Sri Lankan government officials, the incident happened in Visuvamadu, 365 km (228 miles) north of Colombo as mobs threw stones at guards who were present at the station.

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Bitcoin dipped below $20,000 on Saturday, losing 9% from the previous day to fall to $18,740, its lowest level since Dec. 13, 2020.

Should be mandatory for every IPL franchise to have a women’s team: Lalit Modi

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is set to launch a First Indian Women’s League (IPL) next year. BCCI secretary Jay Shah recently said the project is close to his heart and that the valuation of the tournament will shock many when it kicks off next year.

Netflix’s ‘The Chosen One’: Two Actors Killed in Mexico Van Crash


Two actors from the Netflix series “The Chosen One” were killed and six other cast or crew members were injured when their van crashed near Mulege on the Baja California Sur peninsula.

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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa could face criminal charges and is already facing calls to withdraw from allegations that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars in US currency that were hidden in furniture in his house. game farm.

Fans can now stay in the ‘Scooby-Doo’ Mystery Machine as Shaggy himself plays host


The Mystery Machine van that was used in the 2002 film is now available for hire, according to a number of outlets, and the host is none other than Matthew Lillard – the actor who played Shaggy in the film.

60 dead, more than 6 minutes stranded as monsoon rain hits India and Bangladesh


More than 3 million people have been affected in the Indian state of Assam, where at least 63 people have lost their lives so far, eight of whom were reported killed on Saturday.

“A quarter of abortion clinics will close in the United States if Roe v Wade is canceled”


The study, conducted by Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health, said more than a quarter of the country’s 790 abortion clinics – 202 clinics to be exact – will close in case Roe v Wade, which provides legal protection for abortion, would be reversed in the near future.

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