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Paddy Reid

Citizen based in Dublin, Ireland, Ireland. Joined on May 17, 2013
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Facebook roll-out new auto-play video feature on mobile

Menlo Park - Social networking behemoth Facebook has rolled out its latest on-site feature – auto-playing videos in users’ News Feeds.

Russia to build on Mediterranean fleet by drafting in battleships

Moscow - Russia has revealed its intention to build on its presence in the Mediterranean Sea by increasing its fleet in the region to up to 10 battleships.

More than 50 police injured in Belfast protests

Belfast - More than fifty Northern Irish police officers were left needing medical attention after clashing with loyalist protestors on Friday night.

Dell committee agrees to founder's offer to take company private

Round Rock - Michael Dell’s hopes of being allowed to take the company he founded private received a boost on Friday after a special committee of Dell’s board agreed to accept an increased offer that would see the tech mogul tack a dividend to his original offer.

Potential attack prompts travel alert from US State Department

The US State Department has issued a travel alert to all US citizens planning to travel to abroad, advising them to keep vigilant and be aware of the threat of a potential terrorist attack.

TransCanada to proceed with $12 billion cross-country pipeline

North American energy firm TransCanada Corp has revealed that it has decided to proceed with a $12 billion plan to begin transporting large quantities of oil from the west of Canada to the country’s east coast.

Nintendo returns to profit despite weak sales

Tokyo - Japanese games giant Nintendo has posted a return to profit for the second quarter of the year despite being unable to reverse declining across the board sales.

Moyes takes up reigns at Manchester United

Manchester - David Moyes has officially taken up his post as manager of Manchester United following the opening of the summer transfer window at midnight last night.

Netanyahu warns against 'wishful thinking' after Rouhani Election

Jerusalem - Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has described the suggestion that Iran will reengage with the international community after the victory of moderate cleric Hassan Rouhani in the country’s presidential election as “wishful thinking".

Why cash is making a comeback

London - It has long been accepted that cashless payments are the future. Before long, currency will be superfluous, an archaic notion rendered obsolete by ways of paying viewed as safer and more convenient.

Former soldier tells how Prince Harry prevented homophobic attack

A former British soldier has revealed how Prince Harry prevented a homophobic assault against him in at a training camp back in 2008.

Hollande confuses Japan and China on Tokyo trip

Tokyo - French president Francois Hollande was left embarrassed and red-faced after referring to the Japanese people as “Chinese” at a press conference held in Tokyo early on Friday.

Pope Francis quips 'I didn't want to be Pope'

Pope Francis has revealed that he never wanted to be Pope, telling a gathering of Jesuit children from a school in the Vatican that any cardinal who wants the Catholic Church’s top job doesn’t have much respect for their well-being.

Chemical weapons used in Syria — UN Report

Damascus - UN human rights inspectors say they have “reasonable grounds” to believe that the organisation have uncovered evidence of chemical weapons usage in Syria, although they have not placed the blame on either side.

Op-Ed: What should the Chinese gov’t do about its air pollution?

Beijing - The runaway economic success story of the past decade, China has earned plaudits from economies across the globe, for its attempts at free market trading, but also for its drive to become an environmental trendsetter by embracing clean technologies.

China extends $36m infrastructure loan to Zimbabwe

Harare - The Chinese government has agreed to provide Zimbabwe with a $36 million loan to fund various initiatives in the east African country.

Iran hacks energy firms, U.S. says

Officials in Washington are claiming that Iranian hackers have stepped up attacks on the cyber networks of U.S. multinational corporations, focusing their attention on energy companies.

UK man steals meat because it reminded him of dead grandmother

Sunderland - An unemployed father-of-eight has drawn attention to himself after telling a court in the UK that he stole a meat pack from an Asda store because it reminded him of his dead grandmother.

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