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# Tragedy

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
'Accidental death' verdict in inquest into deaths of four young people on way to Leaving Cert event
This month
July 2024
116 people killed in stampede at religious gathering in India
Last month
June 2024
17-year-old boy dies in workplace accident in Co Cavan
Five dead as southern Germany struggles with far-reaching floods
This year
At least 10 people killed, including nine children, in Egypt as minibus plunges off ferry into Nile
Charges dropped against suspects in Mediterranean migrant boat disaster
Two men arrested in relation to fatal explosion at Creeslough service station
The explosion killed 10 people in October 2022.
Gardaí said the men (both aged in their 50s) were arrested for alleged offences contrary to the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person Act 1997.
Ten people, including three children, were killed in the blast at the Applegreen service station in Creeslough on 7 October, 2022.
Dr Mary McAuliffe: The details of Ann Lovett's tragic death are still harrowing 40 years on
Mary McAuliffe
Last year
More than 60 people feared dead after boat sinks off Libya
Belgium-Sweden abandoned at half-time after two people shot dead in Brussels
Death toll from Afghanistan earthquakes doubles to more than 2,000 people
Former Stardust doorman denies he was ‘put up to’ telling gardaí he had opened the exits
Two Ironman participants die during swim in Co Cork
World Cup teams shocked but safe after deadly Auckland shooting
Parents of teenager who died on Greek holiday say son ‘had so much love to give’
'The guys showed great character' - Murphy proud of his Ireland U20s
'We will never forget them': Dublin school holds prayer service for students who died in Greece
Irish students form guard of honour on Greek island to mourn teenagers
Cyclist Gino Mader dies after fall into ravine during Tour of Switzerland
13-year-old boy killed after tractor he was driving overturned in Mayo named locally
'Empty inside' as drivers race on in shadow of Craig Breen tragedy
14 women and children drown in shipwreck off Yemen on way to wedding
Rescue crews search for survivors after at least 64 people die in shipwreck off Italy
Death toll from Turkey and Syria earthquake passes 47,000
Turkey winds down earthquake rescue as death-toll remains at 44,000
All time
At least 19 killed, dozens injured in hotel-casino fire at Cambodian border
What is known so far about the death of Irish peacekeeper Seán Rooney in Lebanon
Security guard who suffered fall while working at World Cup quarter-final has died
Seven killed in landslide on Italian island, including newborn
ITV pundit Nadia Nadim leaves World Cup broadcast after mother dies
Tributes paid to historian and farmer who died in tragic accident as she chopped wood
Six dead as WWII planes collide during Dallas air show
South Korea in shock and grief as at least 151 die in Halloween crowd surge
Therapist: A reflection on Creeslough and the grief of a community
Mary Spring
Larry Donnelly: My Boston community and I are praying for the people of Creeslough
Larry Donnelly
'That goal... I'm dedicating it to those 10 beautiful souls who perished on Friday' - Barrett
'We do not have words to explain it': First funerals for victims of Creeslough explosion take place
Celtic make £10,000 donation to Creeslough support fund
First at the scene: 'There were people crying for help. We just tore into what we could'
Creeslough woman: 'Our small community is shell-shocked - we will never be the same again'
Marie Duffy