A number of flights to and from Ireland were delayed today due to technical issues at Britain's Air Traffic Control in Swanwick, Southern England.
Thousands of people have spent a second night on the streets of South Africa to mark the passing of Nelson Mandela.
Thousands of residents of the Central African Republic's capital, Bangui, fled their homes to escape the waves of killings between Muslim and Christian communities.
Some Marks and Spencer shops across Ireland closed today, due to strike action taken by 2,000 employees over changes to their pensions and other working conditions.
23:08 A number of flights to and from Ireland were delayed today due to technical issues at Britain's Air Traffic Control in Swanwick, Southern England.
23:04 Thousands of people have spent a second night on the streets of South Africa to mark the passing of Nelson Mandela.
22:57 The Central Bank has warned that the macro-financial environment in Ireland remains challenging, despite tentative signs of economic recovery.
21:39 Brian O'Driscoll orchestrated a masterful victory 40-7 for Leinster at Franklin's Gardens as they ran riot against Northampton with a Luke Fitzgerald hat-trick.
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