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British Airways: Flights cancelled amid IT crash
All British Airways flights leaving Heathrow and Gatwick are cancelled until 18:00 BST.
G7 talks: Trump allowed time over Paris climate change deal
Germany calls it "six against one" - but the US will be given more time to consider the Paris accord.
Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports
Donald Trump's son-in-law reportedly sought to use Russian facilities to reach Moscow officials.
Portland deaths: Two stabbed trying to stop anti-Muslim abuse
Two men are stabbed to death on a train in Portland as they try to stop a man abusing two women.
Manchester attack: Editor defends publishing leaked photos
The New York Times' decision to publish crime scene images was criticised by many in the UK.
Chris Cornell: Friends and family at Soundgarden singer's funeral
Friends and family attend the funeral of the Soundgarden singer at an LA cemetery.
Manchester attack: Terror threat reduced from critical to severe
The national terrorism threat level comes down to severe, meaning an attack is likely, not imminent.
Sri Lanka floods: Nearly 500,000 displaced as death toll rises
Flooding and mudslides caused by monsoon rains have killed more than 100, officials say.
Kashmir conflict: Top militant Sabzar Bhat killed, police say
His death triggered protests with police firing tear gas to break up stone-throwing crowds.
Afghanistan war: At least 13 dead in Khost bombing
The violence is the latest in a surge of attacks across the country, mostly blamed on the Taliban.

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Macron wins crucial pre-election debate - poll
An opinion poll following a televised debate between the two French presidential candidates shows 63% found the centrist candidate, Emmanuel Macron, more convincing than his far-right opponent, Marine Le Pen.
Bord na Móna jobs under threat as briquette sales drop
The board of Bord na Móna will meet this morning to discuss the future of 140 workers at the company's two peat briquette plants in Co Offaly and Co Tipperary.
Ireland will not say if it backed Saudi seat on UN body
The Department of Foreign Affairs is refusing to clarify whether Ireland voted in favour of Saudi Arabia securing a seat on the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
Survey finds lack of knowledge of customs regulations
A survey of businesses trading with the UK has found a widespread lack of knowledge and understanding of customs regulations and practices, which could prove costly, according to Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Vaccine use could reduce number of HPV-related cancers
Vaccines could prevent hundreds of cases of cancer caused by HPV-related infections in Ireland each year, according to the National Cancer Registry's latest report.
Vote to repeal Obamacare expected to be close
The US House of Representatives will vote on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, or "Obamacare" as it is often known.
Trudeau to discuss Irish-Canadian relations with Kenny
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks to RTÉ Washington Correspondent Caitríona Perry ahead of his meeting with Taoiseach Enda Kenny in Montreal.
Antarctic fissure forks and widens more quickly
A crack that could create an iceberg the size of Cyprus - and destabilise one of the largest ice shelves in the Antarctic - has branched out and begun to widen more quickly.
WhatsApp back in service following outage
Messaging service WhatsApp has returned after an outage that cut off millions of users around the world.
Dáil backs Sinn Féin motion seeking NMH independence
The Dáil has agreed a Sinn Féin motion calling for the new National Maternity Hospital to be built on the St Vincent's Hospital campus as quickly as possible, while seeking to legally guarantee independence from all non-medical influence in its clinical operations within the laws of the State.
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Good day for the Irish at the European Rowing Championships
The O'Donovan brothers finished their semi-final in second place to qualify for the final of the lightweight men's double sculls.
This Aussie Rules football umpire got a ball in the face and continued with h...
Quite literally nothing will keep this guy down.
Idina Menzel cancels Live at the Marquee concert in Cork
She was due to perform at Live at the Marquee on June 25.
Trump to decide on US role in Paris climate deal next week
President Donald Trump has he will make a final decision on whether the US will stay in the Paris climate agreement next week.
Outrage as photos emerge of dead dolphin at house party in student apartment ...
Images have emerged of the body of a dolphin being thrown around in a student apartment complex in Cork earlier this week, writes Denise O'Donoghue.
BA grounds all Heathrow and Gatwick flights in 'major IT systems failure'
British Airways has cancelled all flights from Gatwick and Heathrow as computer problems cause disruption worldwide.
IS claims responsibility for killing Coptic Christians in Egypt bus attack
The Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for an attack on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt in which 29 people were killed.
Simon Coveney looks for 'post mortem' of FG leadership process
Simon Coveney has said there needs to be a post mortem of how the Fine Gael leadership race has been run.
Gardaí catch 226 speeding drivers in Operation Slowdown
Officers checked the speed of almost 135,000 vehicles over the 24 hours of the operation, which finished this morning.
Actress Charlotte Rampling: 'I'm an animal that needs a mate'
The Oscar-nominated actress said she wasn?t tempted by plastic surgery.