Sexism row heats up in Angela Merkel's party after politician says she was called a "big sweet mouse"
The woman has received support from party members but others have questioned her motives.
The protesters carried the pole with the dogs hanging by their legs through the streets of a town in Kerala state.
Hillary Clinton hammered Trump over his humiliation of Alicia Machado – but the Republican’s not backing down.
Nathan Carman (22) of Vermont, spent seven days in a four-person, inflatable life raft after his 31-foot aluminium fishing boat sank.
Welcome to part one of our Carbon Monoxide Week series.
Creed has said he consented to a new contract for Brian Kavanagh, who earns €25,000 above government guidelines.
The tech behemoth is also going to merge part of its Irish and Luxembourg operations.
The Dáil back in action, the fallout from the US presidential debate, and England’s manager sacked all had people talking today.
Lauren Murphy has been missing since Monday.
Here’s what the world of sport conjured up today.
Meanwhile, opposition TDs have slammed reports that a tax break for returning emigrants is being considered.
Justin Kavanagh issued a public appeal on Facebook two weeks ago for help in locating his mother’s stolen jeep.
The former Sunderland boss was caught in a newspaper sting.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister Arlene Foster gave the idea a frosty reception during the summer.
FactCheck looks into a a controversial claim made by Social Protection Minister Leo Varadkar on Morning Ireland yesterday.
The trade was made on the basis that the Ferrari would part-finance the purchase of Dr Eddie O’Donnell’s dream car, a 2012 McLaren MP4 12C which he never received.
Judge John Aylmer said members must not seek out information on the case through social media.
The parents went to Mexico with a specialist team so that the procedure could be carried out.
The French Government recently became the first to ban plastic cups, cutlery and plates from 2020.
An Post say they are now delivering the mail with an apology note attached.
European captain Clarke is hoping to tap into O’Connell’s extraordinary leadership qualities.
Farc signed the peace accord with the country’s government.
He’s also a big fan of his Turkish washing machine.
The UK had 16,355 deaths from air pollution in the same year, according to a WHO report released today.
A new study also found that women who lived on farms in early childhood are more likely to have better lung function.
There were also a number of settlements between other individuals and Revenue that totalled over €1m.
The six were shown on Oireachtas cameras wearing the attire during Leaders’ Questions this afternoon.
Hamburg’s Commissioner for Data Protection added that Facebook would be required to delete data already received from WhatsApp in Germany.
Vicky Balch, then 19, and Leah Washington, then 17, each lost a leg in the crash.
Darren Clarke says his European team are ‘fired up’ for this week’s Ryder Cup.
We’ll be keeping an eye on all things happening over at Leinster House this afternoon.
Greyhound Recycling said it was evidence of organised criminals being involved with the sale of the bags.
The race for the White House remains Hillary Clinton’s to lose, writes Larry Donnelly.
In the letter, Halawa imagines that today could be his graduation day.
The ballot results were announced this morning.
They were caught in possession of multiple passports, a cache of drugs and three guns.
Nine people were injured during the shootings yesterday.