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'Maybe he just wants more money' - Moyes unworried by Declan Rice contract situation
The 23-year-old is contracted to the Premier League club until 2024.
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European flights refused permission to land in Russia as row over Belarusian journalist escalates
French and Austrian carriers were denied permission to land in Moscow after changing routes to avoid Belarusian airspace.
'Unacceptable': Trump hits out at warning by top diseases expert to lift Covid-19 restrictions slowly
Trump has accused Anthony Fauci of wanting “to play all sides of the equation”.
Teenager arrested following 54-hour standoff in Donegal
Gardaí were responding to a domestic incident at a home.
A four-year-old boy in Sligo claiming he's moving house because he doesn't want to go to bed is just the best
He has the plan well thought through.
Oregon standoff: FBI surrounds last four protesters holed up at wildlife refuge
Gunmen took over the refuge to protest at the jailing of two local ranchers.
Mark Hughes has no doubts about professionalism of Ireland's goal hero against Georgia
The Welsh boss says the player will be involved against Arsenal at the weekend.
Tralee street reopens after woman with knife barricades herself into a shop
It is believed the woman was carrying the weapon.
To the Supreme Court! Ryanair lawyers to appeal "ridiculous" watchdog ruling
The UK competition watchdog has ordered Ryanair to sell most of its stake in Aer Lingus.
Charlie Hebdo suspects dead and four hostages killed in Jewish store
The shocking events in France, as they unfolded today.
Seven-hour standoff between man and armed gardaí ends without injury
No arrests have been made.
Filipino UN peacekeepers defy Syrian rebels in Golan Heights standoff
Syrian rebels captured 43 Fijian soldiers yesterday.
Gardaí still at scene of Cappagh Road standoff
Gardaí could not confirm if any arrests have been made.
Russia: We've pulled back from Ukraine border. US: No you haven't
40,000 Kremlin troops are estimated to be on Ukraine’s eastern frontier.
Reilly: We'll be more than happy to meet St Vincent's in court
The hospital was asked by the HSE to stop 80 consultants on State salaries from working between both public and private hospitals on the campus.
Vladimir Putin has begun the process of taking Crimea into the Russian Federation
An agreement is still to be signed but the UK has already said Russia has taken is ‘paving the way for the annexation of part of Ukraine’.
Watch: Irish-born American UN ambassador tears into Russia on Ukraine
Samantha Power said that Russia was ‘responding to an imaginary threat’ in Ukraine.
Did a furious pedestrian stare down a Dublin Bus for 20 minutes last night?
This photo would suggest something of the kind.
Ukraine opposition refuses to back bill that would free activists
The bill was passed in parliament without the backing of the ruling party – but opposition MPs refused to vote.
Ex-LAPD officer believed dead after stand-off
LAPD believe the search for America’s most wanted man is now over.
Gunman's brother faces possible charges over French shootings
Seven people were shot dead in three separate gun attacks in south-western France.
Man arrested after armed standoff in Waterford
The man appeared to be armed, according to local reports.