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'It’s not acceptable for so many people to lose their lives' - Kenny speaks out on human rights abuses in Qatar
The manager does not know if his players are going to stage a protest ahead of tomorrow’s friendly against the World Cup hosts.
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Taoiseach offers support as James McClean speaks out over horrific abuse
The Irish international has again shared the anti-Irish sentiment thrown at him in the UK, and is calling on others to speak out about their experiences.
# Face off
'Farrell was giving me a few winks' - England invite pressure with haka response
Eddie Jones’ side knew they would have to back up their pre-match actions.
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Millie Bobby Brown had a strong anti bullying message in her acceptance speech at the MTV Movie and TV Awards
She was unable to attend the event in person due to a split kneecap.
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Standing at work may not be as beneficial as some say
The change “does not have an effect on mental alertness”.
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'They are the dirt off the FAI's shoe': Women's national team demand improved treatment
14 members of the squad were present at a press conference this morning as they outlined the conditions they play under.
# sprinkle when you tinkle
This court says German men can pee standing up if they want to
A landlord whose tenant ‘missed his target’ took the man to court.
Column: It's unrealistic to expect oppression to disappear overnight, but we now have hope
Important debates about gay rights have taken place in Ireland and the world in the past few months, leading young people to feel more valued, more included and more heard, writes David Carroll.