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# Dusseldorf

This year
Three teenagers detained in Germany over 'Islamist attack' plot
All time
FactCheck: No, a German city has not ruled that compulsory mask-wearing is illegal
'Unfortunate mix-up': British Airways flight to Düsseldorf ends up in Edinburgh
Two Connacht players narrowly escape axe attack at Dusseldorf's main train station
Five injured in axe attack at Dusseldorf's main train station in Germany
'Who would have thought I’d even make it as a pro?' Undefeated Jono Carroll is staying on the ball
Fury in 'peak condition' ahead of Klitschko showdown
Fury hits the pints of Guinness as Klitschko pulls out of world title fight
Germanwings: One pilot 'locked out' of cockpit before crash
Martin Kaymer leads US Open by five after clutch birdie on 18
German thieves make off with piggy bank and two chocolate bars
German man who was speared through throat with javelin dies
2010 fall in Irish air passenger numbers was EU's worst
Merkel's party set for election defeat in Germany's most populous state
Can't touch this: Klitschko wants to finish Mormeck quickly
It's a knock-out: Wladimir Klitschko calls off Mormeck meeting
Contract ready for Haye's comeback against Vitali
Apple wins injunction blocking Irish sale of Samsung Galaxy phones
Apple wins injunction blocking import of Samsung Galaxy tablets
Jexcessive? RTÉ spent over €200k on Jedward’s Eurovision jaunt
Insurance company rewards top sales staff...with an orgy
Jed we can: Twins to perform for Obama... if they win on Saturday
Jedward do Dusseldorf: Irish duo into Saturday's Eurovision final
Not a fan of the Eurovision? Don't worry - the Oireachtas isn't enjoying it either