As she gets ready to present her film in Cork, Manal Issa is doing her best not to get swept up in the hype around her as one of French cinema’s brightest new stars, writes Ellie O’Byrne.
Prosecutors have alleged a Los Angeles man killed his son for being gay.
Sharks, paramedics, and the Lusitania - a varied mix of TV tips tonight.
Last Thursday evening, a French-Algerian footballer arrived at Charles de Gaulle Airport on a flight from Doha.
US president Barack Obama broke his silence over claims that Secret Service agents hired prostitutes and said “of course I’ll be angry” if the accusations were true.
WITH a flash of colour and the click of a stiletto heel, London Fashion Week opens today with a showcase of work from Irish designer, Paul Costelloe.
STYLE isn’t a birthright; it is a knack which few have and many seek to emulate. Such is the case for princess-in-waiting Kate Middleton who was dubbed fashion royalty long before her nuptials to Prince William were ever announced.
Thousands in the coastal town of Tobruk celebrated their freedom from Muammar Gaddafi by waving flags of the old monarchy, honking horns and firing guns in the air around a city square where he once executed people.
Toyota president Akio Toyoda will attend a US government hearing next week about the car maker’s massive recalls.
Damage to Toyota’s image plummeted further today with the car maker considering a US and Japanese recall of its flagship Prius hybrid – the symbol of its technological prowess and green car ambitions.
At least seven people were killed and 16 injured when a bus carrying dozens of European and Canadian tourists overturned in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula and caught fire early today.
CIA director Porter Goss resigned suddenly, nudged out after a turmoil-filled 18 months at the spy agency as it struggled to forge a new identity in an era of intelligence blunders and government overhauls.
ONE of the Sunni Arabs appointed to a committee to draft Iraq’s constitution was assassinated yesterday in a drive-by shooting.
One of the Sunni Arabs appointed to a committee to draft Iraq’s constitution was assassinated today in a drive-by shooting, an Iraqi official said.
Kieren Fallon is looking forward to meeting up with Court Masterpiece at Royal Ascot at York after the five-year-old spreadeagled his rivals at Goodwood last night.
The youngest member of 70s singing group The Pointer Sisters, June Pointer Whitmore has been arrested in LA and charged with cocaine possession.
Embattled California governor Gray Davis challenged Arnold Schwarzenegger in vain to a debate “right here, right now”, accusing the Terminator star of distorting his record.
SADDAM HUSSEIN’S son-in-law Jamal Mustafa Sultan Abdullah al-Tikriti has surrendered in Syria and was being brought back to Iraq, it was disclosed last night.
Two US congressmen today said President Bashar Assad assured them Syria will not grant asylum to Iraqis wanted for war crimes and will expel any Iraqis who cross into the country.
South Africa v Spain teams
Arsene Wenger has let Kanu start for Arsenal against Watford in their FA Cup Third round match at Vicarage Road at 12 noon.
A 10-year-old boy who suffered severe burns in Sierra Leone after he was tortured by rebels has arrived in the UK to undergo medical treatment.
Chelsea have confirmed that they have finally agreed a deal with Monaco to sell defender Frank Leboeuf.
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