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Taoiseach condemns 'horrific' Rafah attack, says 'nothing off the table' on potential Israel sanctions
Heather Humphreys did not want Covid-19 to be recognised as an occupational illness
'Wear your seat belt': Flight safety expert explains flying is 'not like sitting in a hotel'
Teenager denied bail over petrol bomb attack at Tallaght building earmarked for asylum seekers
Man and woman arrested in connection with Creeslough explosion that killed 10 people
Mary Robinson and Patrick Kielty to receive honorary doctorates from Ulster University
'Charred bodies and dismembered limbs': 45 killed in Israeli strike on 'safe area' in Gaza
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said the area had been designated a “humanitarian area”.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said the area had been designated a “humanitarian area”.
An Taoiseach Simon Harris labelled the attacks “unconscionable” and said that “nothing is off the table” when it comes to sanctions.
Reacting to the incident, Tánaiste and Foreign Affairs Minister labelled the attacks “barbaric”.
Man dies after alleged assault in Co Kerry
Mandatory military service for young people in NI would be 'bonkers', and figures 'don't add up'