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Shipwreck kills 700 migrants off coast of Libya as 19 are rescued in boat off Britain's shores

Shipwreck kills 700 migrants off coast of Libya as 19 are rescued in boat off Britain's shores

News
MORE than 700 migrants are feared dead in three Mediterranean shipwrecks near Italy in the last few days as they tried to reach Europe in unseaworthy smuggling boats, the UN refugee agency has said.
Refugee crisis: Hundreds feared drowned in boat disaster    Refugee numbers arriving Greece falls    Irish, Italian and German ships save more than 600 migrants   
Mickey Barr murder: Man (29) appears before Dublin court charged with killing
Chris Wood boosts Ryder Cup hopes with Wentworth win

Chris Wood boosts Ryder Cup hopes with Wentworth win

Sport
ENGLAND'S Chris Wood produced a record-equalling performance to claim the biggest win of his career in the BMW PGA Championship and get within touching distance of securing a Ryder Cup debut.
Scott Hend takes narrow lead into final round of BMW PGA Championship    Danny Willett claims share of Wentworth lead after a 68    Darren Clarke names Padraig Harrington among his five Ryder Cup vice-captains   
England warm up for Australia tour with win over Wales

England warm up for Australia tour with win over Wales

Sport
ENGLAND survived an early Welsh onslaught to warm-up for their summer tour to Australia with a 27-13 victory at Twickenham that keeps intact the perfect start to Eddie Jones' reign as head coach.
Connacht beat Leinster to claim Pro12 title    Connacht face tough Leinster test in first ever PRO12 final    Twins Joseph and Patrick Finnegan target success with Antrim Minors