100 Irish people are now believed to have been caught up in the earthquake that has devastated parts of Nepal.
Two people have died in house fires in Dublin and Kilkenny.
The Tánaiste says she wants to see all of the documentation relating to the sale of Siteserv.
The trial of Ibrahim Halawa has been postponed again in Egypt.
French police have detained three people in an investigation into an alleged plot to attack a church near Paris.
Tens of thousands of Nepalese were braced for terrifying aftershocks while digging for survivors in the devastation wrought by an earthquake that ripped across the Himalayan nation and killed more than 2,500 people.
A court in southern Russia has sentenced three young women to brief jail terms for making a video showing them twerking next to a World War Two memorial.
Syrian military aircraft have bombed the north-western town of Jisr al-Shughour today, a day after insurgents seized control of it as part of a broader offensive that has left government forces in the area reeling.
Kudos to the man who actually ran dressed as a telephone box.
Sausages are forever ruined once you've seen them in their true, gelatinous form.
Sapphyre and Lt. Dan have become fast friends.
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“I’m not sure this replaces you-know-what” he wrote, as he linked to the video from his Twitter account.
The pair joined 3,500 bikers on the 23-mile ride-out to the Bike4Life festival.
Singer’s family claims it’s “misleading”, while film makers say they approached it with “total objectivity”.
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Peamount United 2 Raheny United 3 (AET) Raheny United landed the FAI Continental Tyres Women’s National League Cup for the first time with a last minute Katie McCabe winner.
Exemplary Jack McCaffrey suggested Dublin will not get carried away by their resounding success in the Allianz NFL Division 1 final against Cork at Croke Park this afternoon.
Captain John Terry celebrated passionately as Chelsea edged closer to the Barclays Premier League title after battling through a 0-0 draw at Arsenal.