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UN countries pledge $1.5 billion to save Sudan from humanitarian crisis
More than two months into the fighting, the United Nations is worried the crisis could spill over and destabilise neighbouring African states.
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Football Association intends to complete this year’s FA Cup campaign
The competition had reached the quarter-final stage when professional football in England was suspended.
Steve Bruce: I'm not Rafa Benitez, but I'll give everything for Newcastle
The former Man United star recently resigned as manager of Sheffield Wednesday — who are now considering their legal options.
Plans for large-scale mosque in Blanchardstown given green light
There was local opposition to the proposed mosque.
A City United: Manchester clubs donate £1 million to emergency fund
The two clubs made the announcement today.
Philippines president who called Pope a "son of a b****" has promised God he won't curse again
Duterte’s profanities have almost become his trademark.
Roy Hodgson promises no England cheating
The manager insists there will be no exaggerating from his players at Euro 2016.
Eric Cantona pledges to swim the English Channel if you say French beer is best
Something tells us this won’t be happening anytime soon.
Ireland pledges an extra €1 million to fighting Ebola outbreak
So far, more than 3,000 people have died after contracting the disease.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Al Gore are at the UN Climate Summit but China and India are no shows
Leaders from China and India, two of the world’s largest polluters, are not attending.
The government says children under six will have free GP care later this year
Legislation passed today includes an amendment to ban gagging orders on doctors that was put forward by Senator John Crown.
'This isn't the Ireland we all know': Taoiseach meets medical card campaigners
Enda Kenny said yesterday that he plans to fix the problem where discretionary medical cards are being removed from ill children.
Taoiseach pledges to solve problem of medical cards being removed from sick children
Enda Kenny said proposals were being submitted tomorrow in a bid to fix the problems with the system.
"We want to use our mandate wisely" - Gerry Adams vows to build on election gains
Adams said that his party could now be the biggest in Dublin as well as Belfast.
Dad tries to make his daughter promise never to have a boyfriend
She doesn’t agree.
Military and party vow loyalty to Jong-Un on anniversary of father's death
Today marks the second anniversary of the death of his father, Kim Jong-il
Tunisia pledges new govt after opposition leader's killing
Chokri Belaid’s murder has sparked deadly protests and attacks on the ruling party’s offices.
Company hopes to make doing good deeds that little bit sweeter
Customers who visit the pop-up headquaters of smoothie company ‘Innocent’ will get a free smoothie in return for pledging to do something good in 2013.
Hireland powers past 5,000 pledges and 2,000 jobs in its first six months
The voluntary initiative has helped answer Ireland’s call for jobs in its first six months.