The Minister for Justice and Equality Frances Fitzgerald has welcomed the President's signature signing same-sex marraige into law.
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President Michael D Higgins has signed Marriage Equality into law.
Senior members of the Ulster Unionist Party have voted to withdraw from the North's power-sharing government over claims the Provisional IRA (PIRA) still exists.
Afghan government forces have regained control of a strategic district in southern Helmand province that the Taliban had seized.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry has summoned the British ambassador over comments he made in court after a judge sentenced three Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years prison each for reporting “false news.”
Authorities have arrested a businessman who is accused of enslavement and pillaging “blood diamonds” during Sierra Leone’s civil war.
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Former Liverpool striker Ryan Babel has come under fire for an extraordinary Twiiter rant in which he advised a female soccer fan to "concentrate on growing some tits instead of speaking about football".
Inviting a supporter on stage to touch your hair is something only Donald Trump would do.
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Singer Chrissie Hynde has been criticised for saying that it can be a woman’s fault if she is raped.
Zayn Malik is reportedly "smitten" with a Burberry model despite splitting with fiancée Perrie Edwards just weeks ago.
Barmaid Tracey feels like she has spoken to a ghost.
The Hold My Hand singer admitted she has to take extra steps to protect her voice post-surgery.
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Iain Henderson has said a lack of discipline was a critical factor was behind Ireland's 10-16 defeat to Wales yesterday.
Cork hurling manager Jimmy Barry-Murphy has stepped down from his position.
Mario Balotelli watched on as goals from fellow forwards Carlos Bacca and Luiz Adriano earned AC Milan their first win of the new Serie A season – 2-1 against Empoli.
There’s also a dreadful tattoo and lots of red cards. It was a busy old day of action.