Two men seriously injured after 'violent' incident in Dublin

The Garda Armed Support Unit was called to the scene on Clifden Drive in Cherry Orchard at around 1pm today.

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Michelle O’Neill: Talks to restore powersharing should continue

The negotiations have involved ‘tinkering round the edges’ without confronting the main issues preventing agreement, the Sinn Fein deputy leader said.

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Joyce enthusiasts celebrate Bloomsday at Glasnevin

The event was marked by a costumed performance by the ‘Joyceanstagers’ of chapter six, Hades, from Ulysses, which is set in the cemetery.

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Sudan’s ousted leader seen in public for first time since uprising

Former president Omar al-Bashir was being questioned over corruption accusations.

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Work under way to restore power after Argentina and Uruguay hit by major failure

The blackout affected the entire Argentine capital of Buenos Aires, in addition to provinces in the north and south.

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Hong Kong government apologises after mass protests

Chief executive Carrie Lam ‘pledged to adopt a most sincere and humble attitude’.

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'I always thought the US Open made a man out of you more than any other tournament'

On the walls of the contestants locker room at the 119th U.S. Open are a handful of quotes from past U.S. Open champions printed on sepia-toned poster board along ...

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Aidan O’Mahony and Kieran Donaghy star in Kerry county leagues

Former Kerry stars Aidan O’Mahony and Kieran Donaghy rolled back the years in the County League this weekend.

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Koreans ruin Ireland's Banbridge party

While an Olympic play-off place was achieved, Ireland’s FIH Series finals campaign ended on a deflated note as Korea struck three times in the closing quarter ...

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Irish mortgage-holders paying €2,000 extra a year compared to EU homeowners

Irish homeowners are paying almost €2,000 more a year for their mortgage than their European counterparts.

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Workers at UK Ford plant vote to fight closure with threat of industrial action

The Unite union has held mass meetings at the Bridgend site.

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Industry leaders: Housing and labour biggest barriers to growth in Cork

Cork cannot let housing shortages, public transport problems and a lack of construction workers undermine its burgeoning position as a tech and financial services ...

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Tension as Love Islanders face a recoupling

The girls are waiting to see who Tommy will pick.

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Taylor Swift enlists celebrity friends for new music video

The star’s new song is called You Need To Calm Down.

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Making Toy Story 4 was lonely but sent me back in time, says Tom Hanks

The Oscar-winning actor said the film’s emotional ending triggered a ‘transcendental moment’.

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Youghal is being transformed as it gets ready to welcome the Ironman triathlon

The international sporting cavalcade is the biggest thing to hit the East Cork town since ‘Moby Dick’, writes Christy Parker

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Special Report - Far right in Ireland: ‘Dark money’ and the price of democracy

Many associate the murky world of ‘dark money’ with the US political system, but its influence has reached far closer to home, including European elections ...

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Meet some of the Irishmen who fought on D-Day including one who went on confront Rommel

While Ireland was officially neutral in the Second World War, thousands of Irishmen fought against fascism by serving in the British, American, and Canadian armies, ...

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