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Trump promises border wall 'soon, way ahead of schedule'
Addressing a conservative summit, he promises to focus on "getting bad people out of this country".
Olathe shooting: India shocked after national killed in US
A killing of an Indian man at a bar is dominating news in his home country, amid reports it was a race crime.
Egypt's Coptic Christians flee Sinai after deadly attacks
Islamic State militants have warned of more attacks on Egypt's Christian minority.
Guatemala expels abortion boat crew
The army had vowed to block the group's activities in order to "defend human life".
Slippery customer: Teenager pulls out snake tangled in car
Oli Wardrope from Queensland, Australia, bravely pulls out a snake from underneath a car.
White House bans certain news media from briefing
The BBC and CNN among those excluded from an informal briefing, as the president's rift with media deepens.
New UN climate chief: 'Action on warming unstoppable'
The UN?s new climate chief says she is confident, despite concerns about President Trump's policies.
Brazil: Footballer Pele's son Edinho in jail over drug trafficking charges
Edinho, a former professional goalkeeper, was convicted of money laundering and drug trafficking.
French magistrate to investigate Francois Fillon case
The appointment steps up the inquiry into payments made to the family of the presidential candidate.
France Jews: Two brothers attacked in Paris street
They say they were set upon with a hacksaw by a group of men shouting anti-Semitic abuse.
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Strike at Tesco stores suspended for talks
The ongoing strike at a number of Tesco stores will be suspended from this morning after both sides in the dispute agreed to attend discussions at the invitation of the Labour Court.
Pele's son to go to jail for 13 years
A Brazilian court has ruled that football legend Pele's son, Edinho, who was convicted of money laundering and drug trafficking, must begin serving nearly 13 years in prison, his lawyer said.
Business vows to repay parents over grinds classes
A business that owes thousands of euro to parents for grinds paid for, but not delivered, has said it is determined to pay back the money.
Retired teacher found guilty of assaulting boy
A 77-year-old retired primary school teacher has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a nine-year-old schoolboy on eight occasions in the early 1990s.
White House bars major media outlets from briefing
US President Donald Trump's White House barred several major US media outlets from a daily press briefing today, raising accusations of favouritism.
Horan is GAA president elect after landslide win
GAA President-elect John Horan insists that he will remain in the background for the next 12 months in order to allow Aogan O Fearghail see out his term in office.
Bus Éireann strike becoming 'unavoidable'
SIPTU has warned members at Bus Éireann that an indefinite strike is now becoming unavoidable and that they must prepare for a hard battle which will not end in the short term.
French judge takes over probe on Fillon scandal
French prosecutors have appointed a magistrate to investigate allegations concerning presidential candidate Francois Fillon and his wife in a scandal over public money she received for work she may not have done.
Concerns about O'Sullivan's role during inquiry
The chairperson of the Policing Authority has said she has "a degree of confidence" but is concerned about the ability of the Garda Commissioner to carry out her role while the Charleton Tribunal is under way.
HSE support staff call off threatened strike
HSE support staff belonging to SIPTU have called off their threatened strike due to start on Monday week after agreement was reached in a dispute over job evaluations, interns and arrangements in emergency departments.
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Amal Clooney debuts her baby bump on the red carpet in Paris
The stars brought a touch of ?je ne sais quoi? to the glamorous Paris event.
Elysee candidate Francois Fillon faces new probe over 'fake jobs'
Conservative candidate Francois Fillon faces investigation by France's financial prosecutors over jobs he gave to his wife and two of his children, pushing the case to a higher and riskier level for the man hoping to become the next president of France.
Coldplay confirm no concerts are planned for their Middle East trip
The group are just there to listen and learn.
White House bars critical media outlets saying it felt 'everyone was represen...
The White House has barred several media outlets from a press conference held by President Trump's Press Secretary, Sean Spicer.
US stocks extend winning streak to 11th day
A late push helped US stocks finish higher after indexes spent most of the day lower.
James Arthur still suffers anxiety following glass attack
The singer said he worried that the injury could have longer lasting effects.
Gogglebox viewers really missed the Moffatts on the new series
Don?t worry, everybody, Scarlett was watching along!
Patrick Stewart told a hilarious circumcision story on the Graham Norton Show
A bizarre story
Intelligence report disputes threat posed by travel ban nations
There is insufficient evidence that citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries included in President Donald Trump's travel ban pose a terror threat to the United States, according to analysts at the Homeland Security Department's intelligence arm.
The Late Late Show had a bucking bronco competition - seriously
Not your average competition.