Thursday March 26, 2015
Queen Elizabeth II has praised the reburial of Richard III, saying Britain had recognised a moment of "great national significance" was at hand.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
An academic who specialises in media analysis has told the Banking Inquiry that, overwhelmingly, the Irish media maintained that there was no bubble and that the boom would eventually end in a "soft landing".
Tuesday March 17, 2015
Spain has unearthed the apparent remains of Spanish literary giant Miguel de Cervantes in a Madrid convent almost 400 years after his death.
Thursday March 12, 2015
Aid agencies, in a scathing new report, have said 2014 was the worst year of the Syrian conflict so far and that three United Nations Security Council resolutions aimed at alleviating the suffering had failed.
Wednesday February 25, 2015
A roundup of national and international stories
Thursday February 05, 2015
Pope Francis will make history in September by becoming the first pontiff to address the US Congress.
Friday January 16, 2015
Saudi Arabia has postponed a public flogging of activist and blogger Raif Badawi on medical grounds.
Friday January 09, 2015
Round-up of Irish and international news stories.
Saturday November 15, 2014
One of Pope Francis' most vocal critics, who was demoted last week from his leadership of the Vatican's Supreme Court, has said he would refuse Holy Communion to any Catholic legislator who voted for same-sex marriage.
Wednesday November 12, 2014
At least 10 people are feared dead after a suspected suicide bombing rocked a teacher training college in northwest Nigeria as students were sitting exams, police and a student said.