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Titanic wreck could be sold

Titanic wreck could be sold
Northern Ireland news
THE wreck of the Titanic could be put up for sale after the company that owns it went bust. Premier Exhibitions Inc owns the salvage rights of the world’s most famous ship along with more than 5,500 atefacts taken from it in recent years.
 

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Family of Ibrahim Halawa 'devastated' after Egypt trial delayed for months

Family of Ibrahim Halawa 'devastated' after Egypt trial delayed for months

Republic of Ireland news
THE family of a 20-year-old Irish man jailed in Egypt over political protests are to reapply for a presidential decree to secure his freedom after his trial was delayed for another three months.
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