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'If we stop now, things will only get worse': More mass protests take place in Hong Kong today

A senior HSE expert said any festivals which did not agree to provide drug information and support to every guest should not be granted a licence to host it.

'We wouldn’t like to see Tiananmen Square happen again' - Hong Kongers in Ireland believe there is no end in sight for the protests

Quiz: Can you guess which famous person's signature this is?

Dublin's sandwich board wars: A council 'money grab' or a step in the right direction?

"As a professional, it is easier to have sympathy for someone who has been harmed, but you have to dig deeper to have empathy for someone who has harmed..."

Waiter shot dead on outskirts of Paris for being 'too slow with sandwich'

Dart passengers now able to report anti-social or suspicious behaviour via text message

The move comes after years of ups and downs for the scrappy Scandi carrier, which helped create a new low-fare, long-haul market that has benefited consumers.

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US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: "The Good Friday Agreement serves as the bedrock of peace in Northern Ireland and as a beacon of hope for the entire world. After centuries of conflict and bloodshed, the world has witnessed a miracle of reconciliation."

Who said being a weatherman on live TV isn't a dangerous job? Video: @IrelandAMTV3 

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A giant inflatable Minion flew loose and caused traffic havoc in Santry this afternoon:

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BREAKING: Dolores O'Riordan, best known for her success with rock band The Cranberries, has died suddenly at the age of 46

Live birth broadcast cancelled after panda fakes pregnancy to get more food

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"Martin McGuinness never went to war. The war come to him. It came to his street, to his city," Gerry Adams tells .

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Moving email we just received from a 16-year-old girl who asked to stay anonymous on her reaction to the vote #marref 

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The PSNI has released this CCTV footage from Creegan in Derry last night, showing rioting and police coming under attack around the time journalist Lyra McKee was shot dead. Investigating officers are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

This huge WWII sign was uncovered after a gorse fire on Bray Head. It dates back to between 1942 and 1943 and was put there to warn pilots that they were flying over a neutral country. Pic: Courtesy of

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