An historic coalition has been agreed in Ireland tonight between old political rivals Fianna Fail and Fine Gael – along with the Greens

An historic coalition has been agreed in Ireland tonight between old political rivals Fianna Fail and Fine Gael – along with the Greens.

The three parties will officially form a government tomorrow, almost five months after the country’s general election, with Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin set to be sworn in as the new Taoiseach.

Yencer de los Santos Germosen, and his 16-year-old girlfriend, who has not been named, were being pulled out to sea by the currents and were heard screaming for help.

Members of a nearby regatta heard the couple’s pleas and contacted the emergency services just before 3pm.

“They need to win to avoid being held to account, including criminally. That’s the foundation of their party today: to change, to destroy, so anyone who comes to power after them cannot start setting the record straight.”

Tomorrow President Duda, who is supported by PiS, faces the fight of his political career to retain his post. Polls suggest that he will fail to win an outright victory and a run-off vote against his strongest rival, the centrist Rafal Trzaskowski, will go to the wire.

In March the primates were pictured getting into a mass brawl over bananas after the supply dwindles.   

The fearless species rules the streets around the Prang Sam Yod temple in the centre of Lopburi, patrolling the tops of walls and brazenly ripping the rubber seals from car doors.

Most US residents will likely be blocked from traveling to the European Union when travel restarts, due to ongoing concerns about the coronavirus. 

The US attorney general, William Barr, has announced the formation of a task force on “violent anti-government extremists”, which he said includes “Antifa”.