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# One Year On

This year
UK marks the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's death
Commemorations of the queen’s death were low key today, with Charles not expected at any official engagement.
An estimated 320,000 people have been killed since Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Some 30,000 to 40,000 civilians have lost their lives nationwide in the conflict, Western sources say.
Ukraine War: How countries across Europe are responding to the refugee crisis, one year on
The invasion of Ukraine sparked the largest refugee crisis in Europe since the Second World War.
Last year
Taliban celebrates 'day of conquest' to mark turbulent first year in power
While the Taliban is celebrating the anniversary, ordinary Afghans are facing increased hardships – especially women.
Larry Donnelly: One year after Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol, the US is still divided
Our columnist looks at US politics a year on from the infamous storming of the US Capitol Building.
All time
UK falls silent to remember Covid-19 victims, marking one year since its first lockdown
The public is also being urged to stand on their doorsteps at 8pm with a candle or light.
Varadkar: We believed lockdown would be six weeks or a few months at most
The Tánaiste has hailed the inspiring perseverance and courage of the Irish people on the first anniversary of his Washington speech.
Gardaí launch appeal over aggravated burglary and serious assault in Donegal this day last year
Six males entered a home in Lifford armed with weapons and a firearm and assaulted a man.
'No indication' of abduction, police chief tells inquest into the death of teenager Nora Quoirin
Nora (15) went missing on a family holiday in Malaysia last year and was later found dead.
At least 25 people arrested as hundreds march in Hong Kong to mark year since start of protests
Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam marked the occasion by calling for peace and stability.
Red alerts and total wipeouts: How the Beast from the East brought the county to a grinding halt
It’s exactly a year since the Beast began to bite – here’s how the day played out.
'People have their own opinions. You can't hide from it... I have thick skin'
Bundee Aki made his debut for Ireland last November and has become a vital cog in Joe Schmidt’s machine since.
'There was no blood. But there were bodies - so many bodies. I can never forget'
Just over one year ago, a massive mudslide hit the capital of Sierra Leone, devastating the area.
'This is our home. You can't just leave your home'
Just over one year ago, a massive mudslide hit the capital of Sierra Leone. But some people have stayed living in their homes, even though the area is completely unsafe.
1 year on: Taylor Swift's fans clutch dollar bills in support of victims of sexual assault
‘I just want to say that I’m sorry to everyone who ever wasn’t believed.’
'Chieftain's Walk' to raise awareness of rare disease Martin McGuinness died from
It’s just under a year since the former Deputy First Minister died.
'Forever remembered for the sacrifice they made': Rescue 116 crew honoured in Mayo
Four crew members died when the Irish Coast Guard helicopter crashed this day last year.
Here’s why you may not be benefitting from the government’s big plan to bring down your car insurance
While stats show that car insurance is going down as a whole, the cost of premiums skyrocketed 70% from 2013 to 2016.
'One former Apollo House resident has died on the streets already'
Many former residents feel let down.
'People are dying': One year after Apollo House and homelessness is worse than ever
The Home Sweet Home campaign received widespread attention when it took over Apollo House on Hawkins Street for homeless people.
An invite to Trump to visit Ireland still stands, but his presidency has dented how the US is viewed
About 8 in 10 Irish people feel more negatively about the US than they did this time last year.
One year on, Anthony Foley's wife recalls how the loss of her husband 'brought us to our knees'
Anthony Foley passed away suddenly one year ago today.
Interim report into death of Coast Guard volunteer Caitríona Lucas published
Caitríona Lucas died on 12 September last year just off Kilkee, Co Clare.
One year on, how has Robbie Brady progressed since that night in Lille?
The Dubliner scored the winner against Italy, but he has had a slow start to life at Burnley.
Fresh appeal to catch killer of father-of-four who had no criminal past or connections
Police are making an appeal for information on the anniversary of his death.
Recalling the Regency shooting: 'You could feel the power of the gun'
“I just remember this almost childlike sense of panic and helplessness that was all around,” remembers one witness.
Commissioner: 'Gangs end up in deadly feuds after teaming up with each other'
There are ongoing ‘major covert operations’ being carried out, according to the Garda Commissioner.
A year on from his Ireland debut, CJ Stander thriving by playing on instinct
The Munster man has made himself an essential component of “the most competitive position in the whole team”.
"The picture did not change much" - father of drowned migrant toddler Aylan Kurdi speaks out
It’s one year today since a photo of Aylan’s lifeless body on a Turkish beach shocked the world.
Huge rise in young people coming out as gay since marriage referendum
The figures are released in a new survey by LGBT youth organisation BeLonG To.
The day that Ireland changed forever
One year on from the historic same-sex marriage referendum, key figures from both sides share their memories.
Remember the guy who took to standing by the road to look for work? Now he's "living the dream"
After returning home from the US, Sean spent two years looking for work. These days, things are looking up.
It's exactly one year since an 'explosion of anger' changed Irish politics
On 11 October 2014, tens of thousands marched against water charges in Dublin and Paul Murphy was elected to the Dáil.
Can you help? Body of 'mystery' man found in Galway still not identified
Gardaí in Galway have issued a renewed appeal.
'People came out of their houses and saw a boy with no head'
Eyewitnesses of the tragic MH17 crash recall what happened one year ago today.
"An onslaught, not a conflict": One year on, Dr Mads Gilbert on operating under siege in Gaza
“I don’t want to be muted. I want to speak up…”
Pat Rabbitte’s face doesn’t always reflect his inner happiness
The former minister reflected on his departure from cabinet in a wide-ranging interview with today.
Gardaí appeal for information on cyclist who shot dead window cleaner on his way to work
Crimestoppers has today launched an appeal for information on the ‘high-vis’ gunman.
We still don't know if Martin Callinan resigned, retired or was sacked...
Analysis: The departure of the Garda Commissioner remains shrouded in controversy.
The faces of Ebola: The survivors, orphans and workers the disease left behind
The outbreak is not yet over, doctors have warned.