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This month
July 2024
‘Farewell to those wazzocks’: UK papers make final pitch to voters as public head to the polls
Hurricane Beryl strikes Jamaica as death toll rises to nine
Voting has started in today's UK general election - here's what to watch out for
An electoral drubbing could be on the cards for the Tories.
Eleventh hour election woe for Tories as polls suggest Labour on track for landslide victory
Labour's Irish chair on running for parliament, the Troubles and... Saturdays with Philomena Begley
Liam Conlon, son of Sue Gray, tells The Journal that a Labour government would attempt to undo the damage done by the Tories.
Hurricane Beryl: At least seven killed as storm heads towards Jamaica
Uefa investigating Turkey defender Demiral for far-right gesture during Euros goal celebration
Jeffrey Donaldson to face trial over allegations of historical sex offences
Poll: Do you care who wins the UK election?
Dublin-based video games developer Keywords Studios sold for €2.4 billion
Joe Biden blames international travel for 'almost falling asleep' during debate with Trump
Boris Johnson makes surprise appearance at Tory rally, calls Labour 'Putin's pet parrots'
Last-gasp wonder save ensures Turkey reach Euro 2024 quarter-finals
Meet the pro-Palestinian activist and former South African MP trying to take Keir Starmer's seat
Andrew Feinstein, the son of a Holocaust survivor, is giving the Labour leader a run for his money in London.
"My mother was a Holocaust survivor who lost dozens of her family in Auschwitz," Andrew Feinstein says
"It's very difficult to predict how it will play out electorally. But there is no doubt that we believe we can win."
Ireland preparing plans to evacuate Irish troops from South Lebanon 'should the need arise'
The Tánaiste said the threat of an Israeli invasion and activity by Hezbollah has initiated contingency planning.
Two new Irish MEPs to join Renew group ahead of von der Leyen vote this month
Netherlands sweep Romania aside to reach first Euro quarter final since 2008
116 people killed in stampede at religious gathering in India
Convicted child killer Lucy Letby found guilty of attempted murder of 'very premature' baby girl
Holly Willoughby kidnap fantasy ‘dark and twisted… but a fantasy nonetheless’, court hears
Italian teenager who died of leukaemia in 2006 approved as the first millennial saint
A quarter million people affected by Israeli evacuation order as airstrikes pummel Gaza
Poll: Who would you prefer as the next US president - Trump or Biden?
'Potentially catastrophic' Hurricane Beryl reaches Category 5 as it barrels towards Jamaica
Biden blasts ruling on Trump immunity from prosecution for 'official acts' during presidency
'Disappointed to see the direction our country is taking': French players get political at the Euros
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Deflected goal sees France book Euro quarter-final spot
Debunked: A comparison of US temperatures in May 1896 and May 2024 is misleading
Supreme Court rules that Trump is immune from prosecution for 'official acts' during presidency
Donald Tusk warns of 'great danger' as Kremlin says it's watching French elections 'very closely'
After a major first round win for the National Rally, what happens next in the French elections?
Italian customs seize €630m worth of MDMA 'precursor' from China
'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Beryl hits Caribbean as first Category 4 ever in June
Donald Trump ally Steve Bannon to serve four-month prison sentence on contempt charges
Palestinians flee Gaza City's Shujaiya district after fourth day of heavy bombardment
Last month
June 2024
Banksy confirms migrant boat prop at Glastonbury festival was his artwork
Seven people dead after heavy rain causes intense flooding in Switzerland, Italy and France
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday