International - Monday 13 October, 2014
The strike follows a rejection by the government of an across-the-board pay rise for workers.
Snapsaved.com, a third-party site which allows users to save photos from Snapchat, claimed that a misconfiguration in its server was responsible for 100,000 photos and videos being leaked.
The Irish genetics firm has been sold to a multi-billion dollar US medical-technology company for a secret sum.
Winning the World Cup means every country is out to beat them but Löw maintains he isn’t worried ahead of tomorrow’s qualifier against Ireland.
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The banking group BPCE will soon allow Twitter users to tweet money to one another, regardless of whether they’re with the bank or not.
And most government subsidies are flowing to the country’s fossil-fuel industries, EU says.
Sabina and Samra are said to have become disillusioned with life in Syria.
The Government has said that animals need specific protection because “the can’t say no”.
A prison official recommended that the athlete be made clean a museum for 16 hours a month for the next three years.
It’s fair to say he’s “accomplished.”
Buyers from the US, UK and China are all gunning for Irish trophy homes, agents say.
The bodies have been there over 60 years since the end of the Korean War.
The search engine is following in the footsteps of companies like Apple, and Facebook which are also considering entering the healthcare market.
The U2 frontman says Ireland’s tax affairs with companies like Apple have brought “the only prosperity we’ve known”.
Costs could spike if the trouble continues in eastern Europe.
He’s back in court for pre-sentencing arguments after he was convicted of culpable homicide in the killing of his girlfriend.
International - Sunday 12 October, 2014
The health worker was in the lower pool of those at risk and was wearing a protective gown, gloves and a mask.
Apple is going for the fashion crowds.
The practice involves sharing explicit pictures of exes online.
Egypt’s leader has told Israel “now is the time” to end the conflict.
Brooks Newmark sent an explicit photo of himself online to a male freelance reporter posing as a young female party activist.
The New York airport is the first of five American airports to start the screening.
International - Saturday 11 October, 2014
The talks will include talks British Prime Minister David Cameron as well as German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Music subscription services? Bankrupt, sez Jobs.
The large mammal washed up about 77 miles from New York City.
This brings the number currently being monitored for Ebola symptoms to 16.
It features actors, a fake COBRA meeting and a Navy gunship.
A third man was sentenced to life in prison.
Chinese artist Weiwei has installed a number of exhibitions into the prison.
You get this Irish startup – except it doesn’t have anything to do with dating.
Kobane has become the main focus of the battle with the Islamic State.
The UN Special Envoy on the virus says speed is of the essence.
International - Friday 10 October, 2014
The teenager was the joint winner of the award along with Kailash Satyarthi of India.
Bristol Palin is accused of repeatedly punching a man in the face.
The malware scam begins with links on Facebook.
Health professionals say randomised controlled trials are unethical and impractical.
It’s the little things, eh?
Fakes on a plane.
This was the week in business.
Bizarre question throws Peace Prize announcement for a loop.
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