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Ibrahim Halawa is due to go on trial in Egypt today following 13 postponements already.
Roy Hodgson ended his four-year stint as England manager with an awkward press conference.
Gardaí are hunting for two arsonists who targeted a school for children with autism.
I received a text last week. “Shots fired… Liam Kearns had a right pop at you”. Basically, the Tipperary manager felt my assessment of the challenge his team will pose to Kerry in Sunday’s Munster final was, in his words, very ‘blasé’. Of course Eamon Fitz wasn’t overly happy either… everyone’s a critic.
Principal Gerard O'Donovan oversees graduation day at the Playland Creche at St. Mary's on the Hill, Knocknahenny, Cork.
And in the Brexit vote for Britain to leave the European Union, that means inflicting more harm than good on the economy, says Cass R Sunstein
Lisa, 48, separated from husband Michael Lockwood on June 13 and has requested full custody of their seven-year-old twin daughters, sources confirmed.
Reports of hate crimes and racial abuse have apparently rocketed since Britain voted to Leave the EU last Thursday.
The Banner Saga 2 will be released in July, and it will be free to Xbox One owners thanks to Microsoft’s monthly Games with Gold scheme. The tactical role-playing game will be free for the month of July.
Up to three attackers are understood to taken part in the attack on Ataturk airport in Turkey.
UN urges action to prevent the unnecessary deaths of under-fives.
Fitch Ratings yesterday signalled it would not downgrade Ireland’s credit rating despite the huge market turmoil and warnings of slower growth here after the UK voted to quit the EU.
Lots of tempting ideas to try for delicious midweek suppers in The A-Z of EatingDarina Allen
Alexander Skarsgard feels at home swinging through the trees in new Tarzan movie