International - Today’s News
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A judge in Spain has detained the 5-year-old’s parents for a further 72 hours.
On the 10th anniversary of the Beslan school siege, TheJournal.ie returns to the tragic events of September 2004 that cost hundreds of innocent victims their lives.
The reluctance of the United States to intervene means the EU must radically rethink how it confronts Russian military power.
Don’t sweat the small stuff.
The military urged the protesters to leave saying it was ‘embarrassing to everybody’.
The fake alert comes after the UK’s terror threat level was raised to “severe”
Two US Senators have called on President Obama to arm Ukrainian soldiers.
It’s thought to be the biggest Israeli land seizure since the 1980s.
The four-storey building is now the site of a search-and-rescue operation.
International - Yesterday’s News
It’s the biggest offensive success for the Iraqi government since IS militants overran large areas of the country in June.
The hunt went ahead anyway, and 33 pilot whales were killed.
The young girl was digging a hole between three and five feet deep when the sand collapsed, according to local officials.
A steal at twice the price, we’re sure.
Ashya King was taken from hospital by his parents without doctors’ consent.
More than 70 Filipino peacekeepers have escaped from two areas that came under attack by Syrian rebels. Irish troops were involved in the first evacuation operation.
His comments dramatically raise the stakes in the ongoing crisis.
Tottenham took on Liverpool and we had all the action from White Hart Lane.
Earlier this week, airspace was closed near the volcano after an eruption on the glacier.
What does a white elephant look like?
The clashes between police and protesters took place outside the prime minister’s residence.
International - Saturday 30 August, 2014
Irish troops staged an operation to evacuate UN troops from an area where heavy fighting was taking place.
Mick Jagger, Stephen Hawking and Judi Dench are also urging a ‘no’ vote next month. But Sean Connery’s heading up the celebrity ‘yes’ campaign.
Ashya King, who has a brain tumour, was taken from hospital by his father, Brett King. He is now believed to be with his family in Spain.
The Antonov 12, which had come from Glasgow, came down near Tamanrasset airport around 2,000km south of Algiers.
Thomas Thabane says he has fled in fear of his life, after the country’s military took over buildings in the capital, Maseru.
Leaders meeting in Brussels are likely to boost sanctions against Moscow. “Europe has to act,” France’s Francois Hollande said today.
Meanwhile, Morocco has vowed to keep up regularly scheduled flights to Ebola-hit nations in a “solidarity” move.
The clash took place at 6am, but morale is still said to be high among the troops.
“We were pushed out of Sinjar, but even if (the jihadists) come here, I would rather die for this temple than leave Iraq.”
The miners were trapped for nearly two days at an unlicensed gold mine.
International - Friday 29 August, 2014
There is no evidence however to suggest that an attack is imminent.
The video shows a Kurdish man being killed and follows the release of a number of videos which militants claim show the mass killing of Syrian soldiers.
And also to stop using signs to threaten politicians.
The boy has a brain tumour and needs medical attention.
God love ‘em.
That’s a bucket load of cash.
So who won the Twitter war?
There was a “fissure eruption” on the glacier surrounding Bardarbunga
The Broad Plain Boys’ Club in Bristol has been saved – after they took a crowbar to the Banksy work.
Short version: “Let’s keep this simple…”
There have been calls to have a national standard of hospital food for Irish hospitals.