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Mexico on course to elect first woman president in this weekend's elections
Spain pledges to send €6 billion in support for Ukraine on eve of recognising Palestine
'Wear your seat belt': Advice from a safety expert as flight turbulence stories make headlines
Mandatory military service for young people in NI would be 'bonkers', and figures 'don't add up'
European Parliament Election: Your Ireland South Candidates
26th May 2024
Taoiseach 'encouraged' after gardaí prevent 50 people entering Ireland from the UK with incorrect documents
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Hamas launches barrage of rockets, aid trucks enter Gaza, Israelis protest demanding release of hostages
More than 670 believed dead after massive landslide in Papua New Guinea
The Explainer: What next for Iran after the death of the country's president?
Sitdown Sunday: Why are orcas targetting sailboats off the coast of Spain and Portugal?
European Parliament Election: Your Midlands North-West Candidates
Last week
19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Georgian journalist targeted by masked men told she faces 'revenge' unless she stops working
Tamar Kintsurashvili spoke to The Journal about how the ‘foreign agent’ law in Georgia, though not yet implemented, is already having an effect.
Israel bombs Rafah despite ICJ order for it to 'immediately halt' its offensive
G7 countries are a step closer to using frozen Russian assets to help Ukraine
Nathan Thrall on telling Palestinian stories, wary publishers and cancelled promotional events
Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn expelled from party after he announces bid to run as Independent
Families of Uvalde school shooting victims sue Meta, Call of Duty makers and assault rifle maker
Danger still high for Irish troops but no change to 'force posture' following Govt diplomatic move
Close to 350 Irish troops are deployed on peacekeeping duties in South Lebanon.
International Court of Justice orders that Israel immediately halt its offensive on city of Rafah
Rapper Sean Kingston and his mother alleged to have stolen more than $1 million through fraud
Former post office boss booed, grilled and pushed to tears over three days of evidence
The Israeli reprimand of the Irish ambassador is 'totally unacceptable', Tánaiste says
Rishi Sunak asked if he’s ‘captaining a sinking ship’ during visit to Belfast’s Titanic Quarter
London-born teenager to become first millennial saint after Pope recognises second miracle
‘Super Size Me’ director Morgan Spurlock dies at the age of 53
Leinster squad announced ahead of tomorrow's Champions Cup final clash against Toulouse
Top UN court to rule on South Africa's Gaza ceasefire bid
Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in the Bronx in a bid to woo voters
At least four people dead and 21 injured after building collapses in Mallorca
Harris 'will not tolerate' misrepresentation of Irish people after Israeli 'Hamas thanks you' comment
Harris was asked to respond to the comments by CNN host Christiane Amanpour this evening.
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Von der Leyen squares off against rivals in debate organised by Eurovision broadcaster
Two-year-old child among those in hospital after Singapore Airlines turbulence flight
SF MEP candidate and incumbent MP Michelle Gildernew will not contest British general election
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Poll: Oasis or Blur?
Sunak asks Welsh workers if they're looking forward to Euro 2024 (even though Wales haven't qualified)
At least nine dead in stage collapse at Mexico presidential campaign rally