Police in Britain are preparing to question the two men shot and injured after the murder of a soldier in Woolwich as details about their backgrounds began to emerge.
David Miliband condemns murder of British soldier
British Professor has found a cure for grey hair which is set to shake up the hair dye industry.
RTÉ's Richard Downes reports from Philadelphia on the high-profile trial of abortion provider Dr Kermit Gosnell
Coptic pope Tawadros II has said that Egypt's Christians feel sidelined.
US teenager Timothy Doner from New York City can speak 20 different languages.
Twitter has enhanced security for its users, following a spate of attacks on accounts of prominent media outlets including the Associated Press and the Financial Times.
An 80-year-old Japanese mountain climber who has had four heart operations has become the oldest person to conquer Mount Everest.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde was questioned in court this morning by a French magistrate over her role in a €285m arbitration payment made to a supporter of former president Nicolas Sarkozy.
IMF's Lagarde quizzed over €400m payout
Former British foreign secretary David Miliband has said he could not envisage Britain pulling out of the European Union.
Britain weakening position in EU - David Miliband
Amnesty International says that tough economic conditions and austerity in the EU are stoking hostility towards immigrants fleeing wars and poverty.
Hundreds of youth have torched cars and attacked police in four nights of riots in suburbs of Sweden's capital, Stockholm.
The Pakistani Taliban has admitted responsibility for a bomb that killed 11 security personnel and two civilians.
The European Commission has decided to tear up new rules on how restaurants should serve olive oil less than a week after unveiling them.
A United Nations human rights investigator has called for all states to declare a moratorium to prevent so-called "killer robots" being deployed on the battlefield.
The lead author of what has been described as milestone stem cell research published last week has admitted mistakes were made in the rush to get the paper published.
Oklahoma City officials say they are almost certain that no more bodies or survivors will be found in the debris following the huge tornado that devastated the suburb of Moore.
Emergency teams assess aftermath of Oklahoma tornado
Oklahoma City tornado could cost $2bn
Alan Shatter controversy rumbles on, US and UK politicians label Ireland a tax haven and main streets under threat as businesses struggle
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International best selling author Dan Brown has hinted he may set a new novel in Ireland
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