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Last year
Over 60 migrant children missing after disappearing from State care
The boys and girls – who sought protection after fleeing war-torn countries – vanished in Ireland since 2017.
Noteworthy analysis finds a large number of missing migrant children were not the subject of public garda appeals to help locate them
This year alone, 20 refugee children disappeared and remain missing from Tusla care - the highest yearly number to date
Children’s rights organisations express concerns over underage migrants and raise trafficking fears
All time
Four killed in shooting at Oklahoma hospital building
Trump defends handling of pandemic at low turnout rally in Oklahoma
Trump rejects health concerns for election rally and says he wants to triple crowd numbers
White police officer acquitted of murder of unarmed black man in Oklahoma
Oklahoma residents armed with machine guns to be allowed hunt pigs from helicopters
First Irish monastery established in Meath since Henry VIII banned them
White police officer who fatally shot unarmed black man charged with first-degree manslaughter
Parents and three children from the same family stabbed to death
Gardaí appeal to newborn Maria's mum: "Come and see your baby in the hospital"
14-year-old taken into care after second pregnancy
Video shows police officer shooting man dead after mistaking his gun for his taser
New child protection service for migrant families launched
'The kids know something's wrong': Staff at Tallaght Hospital crèche fight its closure
American football: College player hurt in helmet hit
Tulsa residents fearful after shootings which leave three dead