A silent vigil has been held by neighbours of Karen Buckley close to where the Cork student lived.

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The Government is promising to spend at least 50% of state aid in the world's poorest countries.

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Two hurt after Dublin gas explosion

Two men have been injured in a gas explosion in South County Dublin.

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Higgins: Message of mass non-payment of water bills spreading

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Man's body found in Cavan lake; another recovered from river in Meath

Two bodies have been recovered this afternoon in Cavan and Meath.

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Gardaí investigate as man's body found in Cavan lake

Gardaí have confirmed that a body has been found in a lake in County Cavan.

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Four people, including two children, have escaped unhurt after an arson attack at their County Tyrone home.

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Former Taoiseach Cowen admits mistakes over bank guarantee

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Man dies after being pulled from Clare river

A man has died in hospital after he was pulled from a river in Co Clare late yesterday.

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Man arrested after 'trying to inspect US military aircraft' at Shannon Airport

A file is being sent to the DPP after a man was detained at Shannon Airport for allegedly trying to inspect US military aircraft.

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Youths throw bricks and bottles at PSNI in Derry disorder

Police in Derry have come under attack from youths throwing missiles as they responded to a call.

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Reilly: Family and Relationships Bill does not affect the Marriage Equality Referendum

The Children's Minister Dr James Reilly has said the Family and Relationships Bill does not affect the Marriage Equality Referendum.

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Scottish prosecutors allege Pacteau strangled Karen

Tragic Karen Buckley was attacked with a spanner and strangled by the man accused of murdering her, prosecutors claim.

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Garda investigation launched after family of ten is evacuated in Dundalk house fire

A family of ten have been evacuated from their home in Dundalk, Co Louth after a fire in an unoccupied house next door spread to their home.

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Anti-water charge protesters to demonstrate in Dublin

Anti-water charge protestors have said Irish Water will fund the bank bailout and not repair of the water system.

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Former IMF chief hits out at ECB treatment of Ireland

The former head of the IMF's Irish mission Ajai Chopra has hit out at Ireland's treatment at the hands of the European Central Bank.

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Bruton leaves on nine day trade mission to India and the Gulf region

The Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton departs on a trade mission to Gulf States and India today.

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Post mortem to take place on person's remains found in Waterford river

A post mortem will be carried out today on the remains of a person discovered in the River Suir in Waterford.

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Women in Media event set to began in Co Kerry

Female journalists and broadcasters are being celebrated in Co Kerry this weekend.

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Woman living in Co Down charged with importing close to €500k worth of cannabis

A woman has been charged with importing £340,000 (€470,640) worth of cannabis, becoming the ninth person charged in connection with a major international drug trafficking ...

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World Tinnitus Day to be celebrated in Temple Bar today

World Tinnitus Day is being marked in Dublin’s Temple Bar.

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Man dies in Tipperary crash

A 32-year-old man has died after his motorbike crashed on the Nenagh by-pass in Co Tipperary.

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Second vigil to be held for Karen Buckley

A second vigil will be held today to remember Cork student Karen Buckley.

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