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14 children among 18 killed in Israeli strikes in Gaza as mass grave discovered at hospital
What are European political groupings and why are they important?
How much do you know about the EPP? S&D? Get up to speed before you cast your vote.
20th April 2024
'Thank you, America': Zelensky welcomes US House approval of Ukraine aid package
Gaza official says Israeli strike killed nine family members in Rafah
Pregnant woman and journalist among those killed in Ukraine strikes on Russia overnight
'If I wasn’t in the competition, I would also be boycotting': Bambie Thug responds to backlash
Migration Pact will damage EU's reputation as a human rights defender, experts say
FG pulls EPP 'to the centre' says Séan Kelly as Irish MEPs say parties will remain in EU groups
Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil MEPs said they would not be considering a switch.
Stardust: A timeline of the Tribunals, reports and inquests that led to this week's verdict
This week a verdict of unlawful killing was returned by the jury for all 48 people who died in the disaster.
Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Man sets himself on fire outside Trump trial courthouse
UN condemns 'purposeful and wanton destruction' of medical equipment in Gaza maternity wards
NATO countries to give Ukraine more air defences after plea from Zelenskyy
G7 asks 'all parties' to prevent further escalation amid reported Israeli strike on Iran
There has been no reaction from Israeli or Iranian officials to the overnight strikes.
Iran's official broadcaster said explosions were heard near the city of Isfahan.
US media quoted officials as saying that Washington received advance notice of the strike, but did not endorse the operation or play any part in its execution.
The International Atomic Energy Agency said there had been no damage to Iranian atomic sites.
Homeowners urged to pledge homes and offer a spare room to Ukrainian refugees
Sydney church stabbing: 16-year-old boy charged with terrorism offence
Excitement, surprise and A LOT OF CAPS after Taylor Swift releases new 31-track album
Palestinian bid for statehood recognition fails after US vetoes UN Security Council motion
Peter Murrell, husband of Nicola Sturgeon, charged in connection with SNP finances investigation
Trump trial juror dismissed after expressing concerns her identity may have been revealed
New Taylor Swift album appears to leak online a day early
Palestinians call for release of thousands of people detained in Israeli jails without trial
Two arrested by gardaí as part of global operation that shut down phishing platform
Participant: The studio behind films like 'Lincoln' and 'Spotlight' to close down after 20 years
Sydney shopping centre reopens after stabbings
'Human-induced' climate change behind deadly Sahel heatwave, study finds
At least 18 killed in Russian missile strike on Ukraine
Netanyahu says Israel ‘will make our decisions ourselves’ as UK and German ministers visit Tel Aviv
Tesla asks shareholders to back $56 billion pay deal for Elon Musk rejected by judge
UK's youth smoking ban plans would likely be enforced in NI (even if the DUP is against it)
The DUP’s seven MPs all voted against the Tobacco and Vapes Bill in the House of Commons.
Irish people describe 'chaos' at Dubai Airport after 'catastrophic' flooding in the city
Hugh Grant settles claim against owners of The Sun newspaper due to risk of large legal costs
Debunked: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy did not buy a British Royal residence
Writers' strike looms for Sesame Street as staff call for fair contract
Security Council to vote Thursday on Palestinian state UN membership
Irish man included in first six jurors chosen for Donald Trump’s hush money criminal trial
Sunak's plan for smoking ban for those born after 2009 passes first hurdle in Commons
Israel promises response to Iranian drone and missile attack as Iran warns against it
'No guarantee' Copenhagen Stock Exchange facade can be saved after fire rips through building
Creating sexually explicit 'deepfakes' without consent to become a criminal offence in the UK