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“Decline of carbon-capturing seagrass a big worry, says Coastwatch Ireland in early findings for 2019. ‘Dramatic decline in marine litter’. Hurray! ⁦@coastwatch_ire⁩ via The Irish Times https://t.co/q9xrooi1Cr”

Kevin O'Sullivan on Twitter: "Decline of carbon-capturing seagrass a big worry, says Coastwatch Ireland in early findings for 2019. ‘Dramatic decline in marine litter’. Hurray! ⁦@coastwatch_ire⁩ via The Irish Times https://t.co/q9xrooi1Cr"

“Phil Neville’s son named in Ireland Under-19 squad - that’s not a headline I had expected to see via @IrishTimes https://t.co/iDx3zQCXGk”

Dominic Coyle on Twitter: "Phil Neville’s son named in Ireland Under-19 squad - that’s not a headline I had expected to see via @IrishTimes https://t.co/iDx3zQCXGk"

“Brexit: A day in the life of an Irish Border crossing https://t.co/feeMHSmYzV via @IrishTimes”

Denis Staunton on Twitter: "Brexit: A day in the life of an Irish Border crossing https://t.co/feeMHSmYzV via @IrishTimes"

“What kind of global company with any sense of moral purpose locates in a country to avoid paying proper rates of taxation? Shame on @Apple & shame on Ireland for its connivance!@TheIrishTimes”

Barry Sheerman on Twitter: "What kind of global company with any sense of moral purpose locates in a country to avoid paying proper rates of taxation? Shame on @Apple & shame on Ireland for its connivance!@TheIrishTimes"

National Security correspondent Jeff Seldin and VOA's Kurdish and Turkish Services contributed to this report. The United Nations Security Council is set to meet Thursday to discuss the military operation in northeastern Syria that Turkey says is a "measured and responsible" anti-terror operation, while the mainly Kurdish fighters in the region appeal for help to "save our people from genocide." Turkey launched its long-planned operation Wednesday aimed at taking out the Kurdish forces it sees as terrorists, but which most of the West views as key partners in the fight against Islamic StateNational Security correspondent Jeff Seldin and VOA's Kurdish and Turkish Services contributed to this report. The United Nations Security Council is set to meet Thursday to discuss the military operation in northeastern Syria that Turkey says is a "measured and responsible" anti-terror operation, while the mainly Kurdish fighters in the region appeal for help to "save our people from genocide." Turkey launched its long-planned operation Wednesday aimed at taking out the Kurdish forces it sees as terrorists, but which most of the West views as key partners in the fight against Islamic State

UN Security Council to Discuss Turkey's Offensive Against Kurds | Voice of America - English

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