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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# aggression

Last year
Irish attacker on target as fighting mars Blackpool's pre-season friendly
CJ Hamilton scored in a game that was overshadowed by fan violence.
All time
Analysis: How Leinster brilliantly negated Tadhg Beirne's jackal threat
The Scarlets second row was left deeply frustrated by Leinster’s excellent rucking.
Sexual and aggressive impulses overlap in male animal brains, but not in females - study
The finding could help develop a drug that would suppress extreme aggression in humans.
UK's attorney general 'attempting to block prosecution' of Tony Blair over the Iraq War
The argument revolves around whether the crime of aggression exists in UK law.
Farrell wants Ireland's defence to be a try-scoring weapon against France
The Ireland defence coach is pleased to have Johnny Sexton back in the team.
'Sparks flew in battles with Pepe and Sergio Ramos - I loved it!'
Diego Costa has a tendency to wind up opponents and had a fair amount of clashes with Real Madrid’s fiery centre-backs.
Donald Trump's campaign manager charged with battery of female reporter
The incident happened at a Trump event earlier this month.
Science says people decide these 13 things within seconds of meeting you
Do you come across as hard working? Aggressive? Successful?
Analysis: How did Munster stun Leinster at the Aviva on Saturday?
We’ve examined the southern province’s superb work at the breakdown, as well as their kicking strategy and attack.
"Frightening and dangerous": Taoiseach hopeful Ukraine crisis can be solved through diplomacy
The EU has condemned Russia’s “acts of aggression” in the region and called on Moscow to recall its troops from their deployment across Crimea.
Parents suffer broken bones in violent attacks by their children
Teenage issues and aggression are the most common reasons for calls to a helpline for parents in Ireland.
VIDEO: Do these antics belong on the rugby pitch?
JP Pietersen smashed David Denton last weekend and proceeded to literally rub his face in the dirt.
I thought Rooney had 'gone soft' - David Moyes
The United boss was worried the English striker had lost the aggression that made him the player he was.
Number of primary school children with depression rises
The survey found that bullying leads to a number of significant mental health challenges in primary schools.