Friday February 27, 2015
Ukraine today reported the first deaths in three days in the east of the country, denting hopes a ceasefire will hold.
Sunday February 22, 2015
Turkey says its forces have carried out a successful operation in northern Syria to repatriate troops guarding a Turkish enclave surrounded by Islamic State militants.
Saturday February 21, 2015
Malta's Minister for Home Affairs and National Security says it will be up to technical experts to decide if a former Irish naval vessel is suitable for rescuing refugees off its coast.
Friday February 20, 2015
Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has hired one of Boston's top white-collar criminal defence lawyers to fight his bankruptcy appeal and any potential extradition proceedings he faces, The Irish Times reports.
Thursday February 19, 2015
Recaptured prisoner Derek Brockwell may have used a knife to demand money in a business premises close to the Belfast pub where he was arrested last night.
Wednesday February 18, 2015
A roundup of stories from Ireland and around the world.
Monday February 16, 2015
Ukrainian forces have rejected a proposal from pro-Russian rebels to create a safe corridor for troops to leave the encircled town of Debaltseve in eastern Ukraine
Friday February 13, 2015
The daughter of Korean Air's chairman has appealed against her conviction for violating aviation safety law during a "nut rage" incident that invited international ridicule.
Thursday February 12, 2015
Victims of the deadliest Belfast bombing of the Troubles are to take legal action accusing the British state of conspiracy to murder.
Saturday February 07, 2015
Yemen's Shia Huthi militia have announced the formation of a "security commission", a day after its takeover which opponents denounced as a "coup".