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Jun 30, 2018
Angela Merkel secures deal with 14 European Union nations to take back asylum seekersFourteen European Union countries have said they are prepared to sign deals with Germany to take back asylum seekers who had previously registered elsewhere.
Jun 29, 2018
India vs Ireland: Hosts hope to cause an upset in second T20I as Virat Kohli looks to experiment and rotate playersWholesale rotation for the Indian XI is a keen plan to get the whole squad warmed up nicely for the T20Is and ODIs against England.
Jun 20, 2018
Rohit Sharma clears Yo-Yo test to prove fitness for upcoming tour to England, Ireland; lashes out at critics on TwitterLast week, skipper Virat Kohli and veteran MS Dhoni along with other UK-bound limited overs specialists had cleared the Yo-Yo Test, save Ambati Rayudu.
May 26, 2018
Ireland set to liberalise abortion laws after referendum vote, PM Leo Varadkar calls it 'culmination of quiet revolution'Ireland was set to liberalise some of Europe's strictest abortion laws in a landslide referendum vote in this mainly Catholic country.
Apr 15, 2018
Ireland's tallest tower reopens 47 years after bombing; O'Connell Tower refurbished by country's largest funeral services providerIreland's tallest tower has reopened to the public here after 47 years following a bomb attack whose perpetrator has not been officially identified.
Nov 22, 2017
Ireland promises progress in recovering $15 billion of tax recovery from Apple in the coming weeksBoth Apple and Dublin are appealing the original ruling, saying the iPhone maker’s tax treatment was in line with Irish and European Union law
Nov 13, 2017
Rohingya crisis: Bob Geldof hands back Freedom of Dublin award in Aung San Suu Kyi protestIrish musician and anti-poverty activist Bob Geldof will return his ‘Freedom of the City of Dublin’ award to his home town on Monday.
Oct 18, 2017
Tropical storm Ophelia batters Ireland: Three dead; more than two lakh homes face power cutSome 2,16,000 homes and businesses were still without electricity and 20,000 without running water in Ireland on Tuesday, the day after Storm Ophelia hit the country.
Oct 01, 2017
Irish protesters in Dublin assert 'my body, my choice,' seek liberalisation of stringent abortion lawsThousands marched in Dublin in favour of liberalising Ireland's tight abortion laws ahead of a planned referendum on the fiercely-debated issue
Aug 16, 2017
Ireland student fails to recognise PM Leo Varadkar, asks him 'are you Irish?'Kelly a Dublin student, who is working as a waitress in Chicago, failed to recognise Ireland's prime minister Leo Varadkar.