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The US government has urged a quick resumption of powersharing in Northern Ireland.
European counter-terrorism measures have been eroding basic human rights throughout the continent over the past two years, Amnesty International said.
Costa had been linked with a mega-money move to Tianjin Quanjian.
A homeless family has launched a High Court challenge to allow it return to emergency accommodation in a hotel they had to leave before Christmas.
The Munster Indoor Masters Championships drew a wealth of experience to the Nenagh track last weekend. Stephen Barry was there to watch veteran track and field stars who remain forever young.
Tickets for U2’s Joshua Tree 30th anniversary concert in Croke Park next July are appearing on resale websites at prices of more than €1,000 each, prompting fresh calls for anti-touting legislation.
The North is heading for an election. The power-sharing executive has imploded because of an eco-boiler scandal. Here are the answers to key questions on how the next weeks and months are likely to play out in Stormont’s latest political drama.
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For many of us, Japan is already something of a magical place, with pagodas and geishas galore. Now, heavy snow has kicked things up a notch and these pictures of Kyoto under a blanket of the white stuff are truly mesmerising.
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All-Ireland electricity prices will likely rise only slightly this year, after falling sharply in 2016, a supplier to the Irish market has predicted.