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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 11°C

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Catalonia: Ex-parliament speaker spends night in jail for involvement in independence drive
A judge at Spain’s Supreme Court has ordered Carme Forcadell to be detained on charges of “rebellion”.
Catalan ex-leader freed by judge but told not to leave Belgium
Puigdemont and four former ministers had turned themselves into authorities to face a Spanish warrant for their arrest.
1 dead and dozens injured as car bomb explodes in Thai nightlife district
The latest blast struck late last night outside a hotel in Pattani, a southern province battered by a long-running rebellion.
1916 Liveblog: The Rising is over - 362 dead, hundreds more injured and the fate of the rebel leaders is unknown
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog Day 5: Pádraig Pearse has ordered the total evacuation of the GPO
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog Day 4: Dublin burns and 32 civilians killed in a bloody, bitter day for the Rising
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog Day 3: 73 people dead on the worst day of the Rising so far
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog Day 2: 37 people were killed today, mostly civilians
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog: 55 dead as rebels take over the GPO, the Four Courts and Stephen's Green
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising which began on Easter Monday one hundred years ago.
This Dublin duo wrote a song about the Easter Rising based on 1916 morse code
Dublin band Contour based their song Rebellion on the sound of the morse code broadcast in 1916.
RTÉ's acclaimed Easter Rising drama from 1966 is coming back to TV screens
Many people have been calling for the show to be reshown.
Dev's grandson says RTÉ's portrayal of him in Rebellion was 'an embarrassment'
Éamon Ó Cuív says it was “entirely false”.
Rebellion came out fighting but in the end it went down in flames
RTÉ’s Easter Rising drama didn’t quite live up to its early promise.
12 very Irish tweets about RTÉ's Rebellion
It’s all over.
Was Rebellion right to say Pádraig Pearse 'signed the death warrants' of 1916's leaders?
Rebellion suggested he ensured they would be executed.
Do you know this man? Call for public's help in identifying 1916 witness
The man was nearly shot in the head during the 1916 Easter Rising.
A London gallery is showing some incredible photos from the Easter Rising
Easter Rising 1916 is an exhibition from the photographic collection of Sean Sexton. And the pictures are amazing.
What to watch on TV tonight: Monday
Here are the shows that will be on your Twitter timeline this evening.
The national anthem sung in English? Rebellion's writers were absolutely right about that
The Irish language version didn’t come until a few years later.
Bullets and burns were flying in last night's action-packed episode of Rebellion
It’s day three of the uprising and the gloves are off.
Rebellion's Finnish director on criticism of the drama, and his bid to demystify 1916...
His military background informed Aku Louhimies’ approach to the 1916 drama, he tells
Was an unarmed policeman really shot dead at Dublin Castle during the Easter Rising?
The incident was a central part of last night’s episode of Rebellion.
Spare a thought for everyone watching Rebellion with their mams and dads last night
There was RIDING. The LORD blessusandsaveus.
The rebellion kicked off in Rebellion last night but some (even Gerry Adams) weren't happy
Episode two showed a Dublin in chaos.
Builders down tools as protesters occupy buildings on Moore Street
A man has put a flag on the top of the roof of one of the terraced properties.
Why were the 1916 leaders cast as background characters in Rebellion? The drama's writer explains
The focus on bit-players means the viewer has to guess the fate of the drama’s protagonists, Colin Teevan explained.
Over 600,000 people watched the first episode of Rebellion last night
Strong figures for the first episode in the much-talked about new season.
What's up with the f****** swearing in RTÉ's new 1916 drama?
And is it historically accurate?
10 TV shows you need to be watching in 2016
We don’t think you’re ready for this telly…
We got a first look at RTÉ's major new 1916 drama - here's everything you need to know
Historical drama it may be – but Rebellion doesn’t take a traditional approach. And it’s all the better for that.
Cuthbert's Cork overcome Sligo challenge to secure Mayo quarter-final
The Rebels are into their 10th successive All-Ireland senior quarter-final after victory in Tullamore.
12 people who know it's Friday and don't care anymore
No rules. No rules at all.
Syria: President appears on television, vows to crush rebellion
“The Syrian people and their government are determined to purge the country of terrorists and to fight the terrorists without respite,” Assad said in a televised address.
Three Labour senators break ranks over plan to scrap Seanad
The three senators are now likely to be kicked out of the Labour Parliamentary Party after supporting an opposition motion.
Malian couple subjected to 100 lashes 'for having child out of wedlock'
Islamists in northern Mali have been forcing the imposition of sharia law since the coup earlier this year.
UN chief urges Syria to stop attacks
Ban Ki-Moon said UN observers monitoring the ceasefire were not there to watch the killings of innocent people.
Soldiers overthrow government in Mali
Angry troops have seized power a mutiny at a military base near the presidential palace over the government’s failure to settle a rebellion in the north of the country.
Column: Athens is burning – so why are Ireland’s streets still quiet?
We haven’t rebelled at cut after cut, writes Fergal Browne. So are Irish people really such pushovers, or are there more complex factors at work?
Libyan rebels claim to be closing on Tripoli
The night’s gunfire and rockets in Libyan capital has died down but Gaddafi says the fight isn’t over yet.