A young boy, who allegedly stopped talking and would not let his mother get on a bus after a minor accident when he was a baby, has lost a €15,000 damages claim against Dublin Bus.
WITH his professional rugby career behind him due to serious injury, Luke Fitzgerald is now free to enjoy more of the simple pleasures of life, including the occasional drink.
Criminals can work out the card number, expiry date and security code for a Visa debit or credit card in as little as six seconds using guesswork, researchers have found.
I love team environments. I love the competitiveness when you come up against your opponent.
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A computer geek has been found guilty of trying to buy deadly ricin poison from the Dark Web after being inspired by the hit US television series Breaking Bad.
A computer-obsessed man ordered enough deadly poison on the Dark Web to kill 1,400 people then set about finding a rabbit, chinchilla or other “pocket-sized pet” to test it on, a court heard.
A new documentary reveals how the only horse capable of beating the legendary Arkle was his stable mate, Flyingbolt but that they only had one little-known explosive race together around their home gallops.
Supporters of Egypt’s ousted Islamist president are vowing to defy a state of emergency with new protests today, the day after marches in Cairo devolved into the fiercest street battles that the capital has seen in more than two years.
From boxing to baking, our writers step outside their comfort zones and try something brand new to mark the beginning of 2013.
Legendary photographer Terry O’Neill will present a major exhibition of his work in Cork in January.
In the days since the five brothers vanished at a checkpoint manned by Gaddafi loyalists, a small army of friends and relatives have fanned out across Tripoli.
Gunmen ambushed a bus carrying Sunni Muslims and killed all 10 passengers in a troubled north western tribal region of Pakistan today, a government official said.
French airstrikes have hit an air base deep inside Libya in a bid to stop arms movement or the flow of mercenaries, a military official says.
The streets of Libya’s capital are littered with the bodies of scores of protesters shot dead by security forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi, an opposition leader said today.
Militants staged a rare attack in southern Pakistan today against trucks carrying supplies for Nato troops in neighbouring Afghanistan, wounding three people.
Radical Islamic students freed nine people, including three Chinese women, hours after kidnapping them today from a massage parlour in Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital, officials said.
The Iraqi prime minister's office said only 45 to 50 people had been kidnapped in a lightning raid on a Baghdad higher education office today, and 20 of them had been released.
A suicide truck bomber struck the provincial headquarters of an Iraqi police commando force north of Baghdad today, killing at least 10 troops and wounding 18 others, police said.
A suicide attacker rammed a car packed with high-intensity explosives into a vehicle carrying an American diplomat in Karachi, Pakistan today, killing four people and wounding 52 outside the US consulate.
THE wife of a prominent member of the Irish Amateur Boxing Association, who was shot dead early last Sunday morning, yesterday asked for prayers to be said for the family of the man who has been charged with his murder.
ENDA KENNY has acknowledged that he has had to work hard at certain aspects of his disposition and character to become a credible Fine Gael leader and a possible future Taoiseach.
A suspected suicide bomber struck today at a popular Muslim shrine close to the official residence of Pakistan’s prime minister and the diplomatic enclave in Islamabad, leaving at least 20 mostly Shiite worshippers dead and scores wounded.
Six Iraqis have been killed in pre-election violence today as insurgents exploded roadside bombs, clashed with US troops and blew up a school that was to serve as a polling centre.
When Hollywood tough guy Will Smith hit a friend during an argument, he put on a boxing glove so he wouldn't hurt him too much.
A MILITANT group said yesterday it had taken six more hostages - three Indians, two Kenyans and an Egyptian - and would behead them if their countries did not immediately announce the withdrawal of their citizens from Iraq.
POLITICIANS sometimes use boxing metaphors when describing their honourable profession.
Community leaders today hailed one of the victims of a massacre at a local Shiite mosque as a hero, saying he barred the doors to the house of worship as gunmen closed in, saving many of those inside.
Gunmen opened fire inside a Shiite mosque in Karachi today, killing eight worshippers and injuring at least 10 others, police and hospital officials said.
An Afghan agriculture ministry laboratory where anthrax research was carried out was visited frequently by a Taliban official, scientists have said.
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