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Suspect arrested over rapper XXXTentacion's shooting death  Police in Florida have arrested a man over the fatal shooting of rapper XXXTentacion.
World Cup reporter defiant after being groped during TV broadcast  Julieth Gonzales Theran was reporting from Saransk when a bearded man groped her and kissed her on the cheek.
Tite insists he would not risk Neymar against Costa Rica if forward was not fit  The striker is ready to play despite limping out of training with an ankle injury on Tuesday.
Koko the gorilla who mastered sign language dies age 46  A gorilla who learned to communicate in sign language has died at the age of 46.
Limerick student who died in tragic fall in Spain to be laid to rest this weekend  A Co Limerick teenager who died over a week ago after falling from a balcony at a Spanish hotel apartment block, is to be laid to rest in his...
Portugal urged to grow lucky beards in bid to help win World Cup  Christiano Ronaldo's team-mates have been urged to follow his example and all grow lucky beards in a bizarre bid to help Portugal win the World Cup.
Horses read our emotions from tone of voice and facial expression  A new study could improve relationships with companion animals, say scientists.
Murder trial witness tells court she saw two men hold up deceased man so car could be reversed into him  A murder trial witness has denied that she was mistaken when she said she saw two men hold up the deceased so he could be...
Wife of Israeli PM Netanyahu charged with fraud  Sara Netanyahu has also faced allegations of abusive behaviour.
Galway management hit out at appointment of former Mayo manager as referee  The Galway senior ladies football management have hit out at the appointment of Gerry Carmody to referee this Sunday’s Connacht final between Galway...
Irish border agreement has to be part of Brexit deal, Juncker warns  The European Commission president said fellow EU member states would not let Ireland be ‘isolated’ on the impasse.
Bank of Ireland investigating debit card issue  Bank of Ireland says it is aware some customers are having problems using debit cards and ATMs.
Dismissal of manager who offered female employees accommodation in return for sex found to be unfair  A married store manager at a restaurant chain here admitted that he offered accommodation to female staff members in order to ...
Former Wolves and Everton forward Ernie Hunt dies aged 75  Hunt began his career making more than 200 appearances for hometown club Swindon.
Poultry slaughterhouses call for priority CO2 supplies amid shortage  The British Poultry Council made its request to ‘keep the food chain moving’.
Leadsom blames Labour for ill MP being forced to register Brexit vote in person  Labour’s Naz Shah was wheeled into the UK House of Commons while carrying a sick bucket to vote on Wednesday.
Indiependence 2018 reveals line-up for spoken word, culture vultures and comedy  Indiependence Music & Arts Festival has revealed some of the latest acts to feature at this year's festival.
Ireland international Ciaran Clark hospitalised following attack in Spain  Police have confirmed that Republic of Ireland international Ciaran Clark was attacked in a Spanish bar at the weekend.
Report finds almost 80 foster care households had not been reviewed in three years  An investigation into foster care services in Waterford and Wexford has found that 79 households had not had a review for more than three years.
Latest: Lloyds Pharmacy say industrial action by employees tomorrow is 'disappointing'  More than 200 Lloyds Pharmacy employees are set to go on a second strike tomorrow over pay and conditions.
Taoiseach warns UK 'there isn't much time left' to agree a workable Brexit  Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned British prime minister Theresa May "there isn't much time left" to agree a workable Brexit just a week...
Watch LIVE: Varadkar pays tribute to EU as Juncker tells Ireland you are not alone on Brexit  $1Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has paid tribute to Europe for "transforming Ireland".
Ex-FIFA president Sepp Blatter offers England help to land 2030 World Cup  The 82-year-old is a guest of Russian president Vladimir Putin at this year’s tournament.
Latest: Varadkar pays tribute to Europe for 'transforming Ireland'  $1 European President Jean-Claude Juncker started his address to the Oireachtas by joking he would prefer to be drunk.
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