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This month
July 2024
Harvey Weinstein to face retrial in November and further sexual assault charges
SDLP's Colum Eastwood affirms his allegiance to King 'under protest' as MPs sworn in
Irish woman in Dubai 'victim of domestic violence and charged with attempted suicide', Dáil hears
UN 'appalled' by Israel's evacuation orders in Gaza as thousands of civilians flee
Hamas has warned that an escalation on the ground could threaten truce talks, with mediators Egypt and Qatar due to host new meetings this week.
Starmer heading to Nato summit in Washington as Biden seeks to prove he is fit for re-election
Russian bombardment on Kyiv children's hospital kills 33 people
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Boeing to avoid criminal trial after deal over two crashes, one of which killed Irish aid worker
Biden tells Democrats to back his candidacy or challenge him at party's convention next month
Gaza death toll could reach 186,000, according to correspondence published in The Lancet
Hurricane Beryl strengthens as it nears Texas, where some have been evacuated
France rugby fullback removed from squad after racist comments
Left alliance defeats Macronists and French far-right but uncertainty over what happens next
Nationals of South Africa and Botswana will now need a visa to travel to Ireland
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Projection: Left alliance set to defeat far-right in French parliamentary elections
Today’s second round of voting saw another large turnout.
Texas braces for Beryl as storm predicted to regain hurricane strength before landfall
Israel strikes school in Gaza as Hamas says open to hostage deal without permanent ceasefire
Hilary Benn: Casement Park will be built 'one way or another'
Far-right bids for power in France as voting underway in second round of elections
'Step-by-step': Taoiseach says Govt won't immediately drop case against UK over Troubles Legacy Act
Sitdown Sunday: Why Robert F Kennedy Jr's family don't want him to be US president
South Africa beat Ireland in first Test in Pretoria
France braces for crunch election as overseas territories begin casting ballots
Keir Starmer to visit Northern Ireland as he holds first cabinet meeting as UK prime minister
Biden says only 'Lord Almighty' could convince him to drop out of race for White House
Reformist Masoud Pezeshkian wins Iran’s run-off presidential election
What will a Keir Starmer premiership mean for Ireland?
Starmer has made campaign promises in some policy areas that would affect Anglo-Irish relations.
France beat Portugal on penalties to set up semi-final meeting with Spain
Harris and Starmer agree 'closer relationship' between Dublin and London 'needed' in first call
The newly-appointed Prime Minister invited the Taoiseach to visit him on 17 July.
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Scottish National Party upended and independence movement at an end following Labour sweep
Ministerial appointments made in new Labour cabinet as MPs arrive at No. 10
Binface, Beany and Elmo: How did the quirky election candidates fare?
‘Strong Irish influence’: The Cork man behind Keir Starmer’s landslide Labour victory
As it happened: Keir Starmer pledges to lead 'government of service' after landslide Labour win
We charted the historic election day as it happened.