The  car, trapped underneath a truck, in which three relatives of Pope Francis were killed near James Craik in Argentina’s Cordoba province yesterday. Photograph: Reuters/

Infant great-nephews of pontiff die in Argentina with their mother

Pope Francis gestures while speaking to journalists aboard the flight from South Korea to Italy on Monday. Photograph: Daniel Dal Zennaro/EPA

Infant great-nephews of Pontiff die with their mother in Argentina

Irish Times Joint Picture Editor David Sleator.

Tributes paid to ‘most reliable, decent, down-to-earth guy’

In a word


 Brendan Boland who has launched his book, ‘Sworn to Silence’. “I wasn’t looking for a personal apology to myself. I was looking for an apology to all the children who had been abused since 1975, when he had the information. That’s the apology I wanted, not an apology to me.”  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

‘They’re attempting to save face again’

The Bishop of Elphin Kevin Doran said it is not reasonable that the asylum process should go on for years. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Like Irish people in England, Australia and the US, all have good reasons for being here, says Kevin Doran

Dr Martin Mansergh, who delivered the graveside oration, at the grave of Roger Casement in Glasnevin Cemetary, Dublin, today. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Former adviser says Home Rule ‘a missed opportunity’ at Casement commemoration

Ministrer for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and Minister of State Simon Harris , examining the armoured car which transported the wounded Michael Collins from Béal na Bláth at the annual Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith Commemoration, at Glasnevin Cemetary, Dublin, today. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

‘What we are honouring today are the foundations of the State’ - Fitzgerald

Cardinal Seán Brady. Photograph: Eric Luke

Healing for Smyth abuse victims cannot begin until then, it is claimed

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