For #IDDR2015, Concern Worldwide teams up with the Commissioner for Irish Lights to raise awareness of the importance of Disaster Risk Reduction in their respective areas of operation. Video: Concern. Music: Chris Zabriskie
Three people are killed and several wounded in a string of attacks on a 'Day of Rage' declared by Palestinian groups. Video: Reuters
There were “significant” delays to Dart services in Dublin after a truck hit level crossing barriers at Serpentine Avenue, Ballsbridge between Lansdowne Road and Sydney Parade stations. Video: Bryan O’Brien
A video shows the Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft moving to Baikonur Cosmodrome and launching to the International Space Station for a ten-day mission. Video: Reuters
Speaking after a meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in Luxembourg, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini urges Russia to halt its aerial bombing campaign in Syria. Video: Reuters
The Red Road towers, a fixture of the Glasgow skyline for years, are not quite brought down by demolition crews' explosives, with two left partially upright. Video: Reuters
Carl O’Brien reports from Omeath Co. Louth on the killing of Garda Tony Golden by Adrian Crevan Mackin. Mackin’s partner remains in a critical condition at Beaumont Hospital. Video: Bryan O'Brien
President Michael D Higgins says country is ‘deeply moved’ by tragedy in which 10 people died in Carrickmines. The President also offered his sympathy to the family of Garda Golden. Video: Ronan McGreevy
NASA astronauts test a new HD camera, capable of recording four times the resolution of normal HD cameras, by dissolving an effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water. Video: NASA
A heavy Garda presence remains at the Omeath estate where two men were shot dead on Sunday night, including garda Tony Golden. Video: Bryan O'Brien
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un watches a massive torchlight parade commemorating the 70th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers Party, as he says the country is ready to fight any war waged by the United States. Video: Reuters
The housing crisis is particularly visible on Dublin's streets and upwards of sixty people are sleeping rough on an average night.
An electrical bicycle rider had a narrow escape in China's Nantong City, on Wednesday. Footage showed the truck running a red light at a high speed toward the bicycle that was crossing the road. Steering to avoid the bike the truck rolled over.
In an upcoming episode of Eamonn Mallie meets... Martin McGuinness talks about his personal and political life. Video: Irish TV
From ladder trucks, firefighters in Chicago aimed their hoses at flames breaking through the roof at the Shrine of Christ The King, a church built in the 1920's. The cause of the fire is not yet known. Video: Reuters
The Irish Times Insights brought together Cliff Taylor, Stephen Collins, Arthur Beesley and Kathy Sheridan to discuss election dates and budget outcomes.
Surgeons in Brisbane reattached the head of 16-month-old toddler, Jaxon Taylor, after it was severed from his spine. Reports say that he was travelling in a car with his mother and sister when they collided with another car at a speed of 110km an hour.
Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden said UK intelligence agency GCHQ has total control over users' smartphones. Video: Reuters
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