Fortnight in review: Pictorial highlights Ed 32
Catch up with the top stories over the past fortnight. Click on images for full stories.
17 July: Huge crowds visit exhibition in Dublin
The opening day of the Civic Exhibition in Dublin drew more than 9,000 people through the turnstiles to see the many attractions on view.
17 July: General Huerta resigns as President of Mexico
General Victoriano Huerta has resigned as President of Mexico.
19 July: Suffragette throws ball at Queen
A small rubber ball was thrown at the Queen while travelling in the Royal carriage in Edinburgh today.
20 July: Mme. Caillaux in court over murder
The trial of Madame Caillaux began in Paris today. Caillaux, the wife of the former French Prime Minister is on trial for murdering the editor of Le Figaro Gaston Calmette earlier this year.
23 July: Irish doctor overdoses on cocaine
A 33-year-old Irish doctor has died from an overdose of cocaine.
24 July: Buckingham Palace Conference ends in failure
A last-ditch attempt to break the deadlock over Home Rule for Ireland has ended in failure.
25 July: Medals presented to surviving memebers of the Fethard Lifeboat disaster
Medals given by the King of Norway and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution were presented to the lifeboat men who survived the Fethard lifeboat tragedy today at the Civic Exhibition.
26 July: Gun running at Howth!
There were sensational scenes in the seaside village of Howth, Co. Dublin yesterday when the Irish Volunteers successfully landed hundreds of guns and a considerable amount of ammunition.
26 July: Three people shot dead by British soldiers on Bachelors Walk
Three Dubliners were shot dead yesterday by British soldiers on Bachelors Walk in Dublin yesterday evening.
28 July: Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia
Austria has formally declared war on Serbia.
28 July: Nine special trains bring Gaels to Killarney
Nine special trains brought Irish speakers from all over the country to the Oireachtas - the annual assembly of Gaelic Leaguers - held in Killarney over the weekend.
28 July: Madame Caillaux acquitted of murder
Madame Caillaux has been acquitted of the murder of Le Figaro editor Gaston Calmette.
29 July: More gun running in Wicklow
Arms and ammunition bound for the Irish National Volunteers were landed on the Wicklow Coast on Monday night.
29 July: Funeral of Bachelors Walk shooting victims takes place
The remains of the three victims of the shootings in Bachelors Walk last week were removed today amidst scenes of the most impressive character from the Pro-Cathedral for interment in Glasnevin cemetery.