The court heard the best option would be to allow for the child to be cared for at home

Court reserves judgment on resuscitating baby

16.17 The High Court has reserved its judgment in an application by the Health Service Executive to allow doctors not to resuscitate a terminally ill nine-month-old baby if her condition deteriorates.

The victims had only arrived in Dublin on the day of the attack

Three jailed for attack on tourists in Dublin

16.18 Three Dublin men have been sentenced to between three and five years in prison for their part in a vicious city centre attack on two US tourists who had tried to stop a robbery.

Brian Purcell has offered to be reassigned to other duties in the public service

Varadkar says Purcell may keep €200k salary

15.53 Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has said that the Secretary General of the Department of Justice, Brian Purcell, has contractual rights and these may relate to him keeping his €200,000 a year salary.

To mark International Tiger Day WFF is calling on countries to compile data on tiger population

Tiger campaign threatened by poor data

12.18 Efforts to save the endangered tiger are being undermined by a lack of knowledge as to how many remain in the wild, according to an animal conservation group.

A man waves a picture of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei above Israeli flags before setting the flags on fire during a demonstration in Tehran

Khamenei accuses Israel of genocide in Gaza

11.01 Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has accused Israel of committing "genocide" in Gaza and called on the Islamic world to arm Palestinians fighting "the Zionist regime".