Thursday August 27, 2015
Austrian Police have said it may take until tomorrow to count the number of bodies found in a parked lorry in eastern Austria near the Hungarian border today.
Friday August 21, 2015
The former head of digital currency exchange MtGox faces fresh criminal charges over allegations that he stole $2.6 million from clients, as police questioned him about hundreds of millions of dollars worth of missing bitcoin.
Monday August 17, 2015
A bomb planted at one of the Thai capital's most renowned shrines killed 19 people, including three foreign tourists, and wounded scores in an attack the government called a bid to destroy the economy and tourism industry.
Friday August 14, 2015
China has defended fire fighters who initially hosed water on a blaze in a warehouse storing volatile chemicals, a response foreign experts said could have contributed to two huge blasts that killed 56 people.
Thursday August 06, 2015
A round-up of other Irish and international stories.
Wednesday July 29, 2015
The jury in the trial of a 67-year-old man accused of murdering a woman in Co Westmeath four years ago will resume deliberating on a verdict tomorrow.
Thursday July 16, 2015
The Taoiseach has said the Government will not increase the funding available for increased spending and tax cuts in the Budget - despite the improvement in the exchequer finances.
Friday July 10, 2015
Online retailer Amazon has acquired the former Jacob's biscuit factory on Belgard Road in Tallaght, Dublin.
Wednesday July 08, 2015
Former Taoiseach, Brian Cowen, has defended his government's decision to guarantee the banks and said Ireland was "bounced" into the Troika bailout in 2010.
Friday July 03, 2015
Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, has said it hopes to deliver a nationwide around-the-clock social work service by September.