President Michael D Higgins and Taoiseach Enda Kenny attend the British embassy in Dublin to sign a book of condolence for the victims of the recent attack on Westminster. Video: Ronan McGreevy
White House press secretary Sean Spicer insists that there is no plan B for US president Donald Trump as he aims to repeal Obamacare. Video: The White House/Reuters
Former US president Bill Clinton has paid an emotional tribute to Martin McGuinness, the former Sinn Féin deputy first minister and ex-IRA commander at his funeral in a packed St Columba's Church in Derry. Video: Alan Betson
A video filmed by David Davies, a British MP, on his mobile phone shows scenes of panic inside the parliament building during the attack on Westminster. Video: Reuters
The Dublin Society for the Prevention of cruelty to animals celebrate International Puppy Day with an appeal to people to adopt dogs. Video: Barry Cronin
Speaking in the House of Commons, British Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that one Irish person was among the injured after an attack on Westminster. Video: Parliament TV
UK police confirm that they have made arrests overnight following an attack on Westminster. Video: Reuters
A little girl (3) from Atlanta, Georgia swipes the Pope's hat when her family gets the opportunity to meet him at the Vatican. Video: Reuters
British Prime Minister Theresa May vows to move forward following a deadly attack in London, saying the country will never give in to terror. Video: Reuters
Commuters near Waterloo station respond to the attack outside the House of Parliament in Westminster, London.
Lord Mayor of Dublin Brendan Carr opened the book of condolences for Martin McGuinness today. Among those to sign the book were SIPTU president Jack O’Connor and Sinn Féin councillor Cllr Noeleen Reilly. Video Ronan McGreevy
An assailant stabbed a policeman and was shot by police just outside Britain's parliament building in London on Wednesday (March 22) in what police described as a "terrorist incident".
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