A Ukrainian artist creates a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin from remains of bullet cartridge cases, entitled 'Face of War'. Video: Reuters
Connemara basket maker Joe Hogan has won the Established maker Award of Excellence at this year’s RDS National Craft Awards, the most important annual showcase for craft makers living and working on the island. Video: Bryan O'Brien
While some shrug off reports of a covert Syriza drachma plan reports, others say they are concerned that the government had planned on raiding central bank reserves and hacking taxpayer accounts to prepare a return to the drachma. Video: Reuters
A great first day for Ireland in the Special Olympics World Games is capped with three medals being won in swimming. Video: Sportsfile
Extreme Sailing lived up to its name in Hamburg, Germany as one team suffered a spectacular capsizing during a nine-boat race. Video: Reuters
Pro-Kurdish protesters clash with police in Cizre, in Turkey's southeast, following the funeral of a protester killed in demonstrations against military strikes on Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in northern Iraq. Video: Reuters
US President Barack Obama says he wants Kenyans to thrive but warns that corruption must be tackled, democracy upheld and discrimination based on gender or ethnicity stopped for the country to be successful. Video: Reuters
President Barack Obama says discrimination against gays is wrong, while Kenyan Pressident Uhuru Kenyatta says gay rights 'a non-issue' for Kenyans.
The Republic of Ireland face a challenging start to their campaign to qualify for the next World Cup with Martin O’Neill’s side having been handed trips to Belgrade, Chisinau and Vienna before Christmas of next year.
New photos of Pluto released by Nasa reveal flows of nitrogen ice filling up craters, an atmosphere that could be on the verge of collapse, and a mysterious reddish haze extending 100 miles above the surface.
An environment group has criticised Denmark for failing to halt the annual pilot whale hunt in the Faroe Islands. Warning: This footage contains images that some may find disturbing. Video: Sea Shepherd
The Daisy Market is just five months old but already building up quiet a reputation amoungst customers and stall owners. But is it good enough to win Irish Times Best Shop 2015?
What came first, the chickenosaurus or the chickenosaurus' egg? Jack Horner, the renowned paleontologist, is in Dublin to answer this and why breeding a chickenosaurus is a good idea in the first place. The Festival of Curiosity runs until July 26.
Amateur golfer Paul Dunne reflects on his success in the British Open as he returns to Greystone Golf Club. Dunne, who turns professional in September, finished 30th in St. Andrews.
Following hot on the heels of the atheletes, the Team Ireland volunteers have arrived in Los Angeles ahead of the Special Olympics World Games. Video: Sportsfile
As the government signs off for the summer, Irish atheletes aim for a summer to remember, take a look back at the week gone by as seen through the lenses of award-winning Irish Times photographers. Video: David Dunne
We Built this City aims to raise awareness and celebrate the contribution Irish people have made to the built and cultural fabric of London. Video: Irish Architecture Foundation
Speaking at the launch for Renua Ireland's plan on tackling white-collar crime, Lucinda Creighton said that Bankers who recklessly lend money to people should face jail.
FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke says key sponsors have requested a meeting to discuss reforms at the crisis-hit organisation. Video: Reuters
The Fine Gael and Labour leaders at the time of the banking bailout were present at the banking inquiry to defend their own policies at the time. The exchanges were heated and information forthcoming, sparse.
Three people are dead and several others injured after a gunman began shooting inside a cinema in Lafayette, Louisiana. Video: Reuters
Andres Amador, Ember De Quincy and Jonathan Clark spend ten days visiting Ireland's wild beaches at the beginning of a multi-country art project around the world. Video: Jonathan Clark
Kenyan government demands an apology from Cable News Network (CNN) for referring to Kenya as a 'hotbed of terror'. Video: Reuters
More than 1,000 people are expected to attend an event hosted by Nicky Byrne for injured and their families.
This week, Donald reviews Pixar's moving, clever comedy, Inside Out, and Tara reviews Best of Enemies, an unmissable documentary. Video: Kathleen Harris
At least one person has been injured after a leopard entered a school in southern India, with a large police presence in place authorities called for a team of veterinarians with tranquillisers. Video: Reuters
The beach comes to downtown Washington, allowing crowds of revellers to dip their toes in a 10,000 square foot 'ocean' comprising nearly one million recyclable translucent plastic balls. Video: Reuters
With seven seats and plenty of luggage space the Volkswagen Touran seems like a good option for MPV drivers, we take it out on the road to try it out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Health officials in the US are warning people in Floridia to stay away from armadillos after a recent spike in human cases of leprosy. Video: Reuters
Dublin Port has had it's busiest day ever for cruise ships with four luxury cruise vessels arriving early this morning within a four hour window, bringing over 13,000 passengers and crew to the city. Video: Bryan O'Brien
As the Greek parliament approves a bailout package thousands of Greeks take to the streets of Athens to oppose more austerity measures. Video: Reuters
Enda Kenny and Joan Bruton were in good spirits after the cabinet meeting in Lissadell house. The meeting was held in the iconic location in Sligo to commemorate the 150anniversary of WB Yeats.
A team of investigators from Peru's Ministry of Culture has begun what it calls 'controlled contact' with a small group of Mashco Piro tribe members from a remote part of the Peruvian Amazon. Video: Reuters
The launch of a new political organisation, Identity Ireland, was interrupted by an anti-racism group in Dublin on Wednesday. Video: Mary Minihan
A property tax frieze, adoption rights and future budget cuts are topping the agenda at Lissadell House for the final cabinet meeting before the summer recess for the government. Harry McGee reports. Video: Enda O'Dowd
A British university says that fragments of a Koran manuscript found in its library are from one of the oldest surviving copies of the Islamic text in the world, possibly written by someone who might have known Prophet Mohammad. Video: Reuters
Portraits of the Invisible, an exhibition of portrait photos of Irish men and women involved in World War opens at the National Photographic Archive. The images were collected by the NLI during a series of WW1 roadshows. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Greece's finance minister says it is crucial for parliament to vote on a second set of reforms to ensure that bailout talks can begin. Video: Reuters
Daniel Craig is back as secret agent 007, as James Bond prepares to return to cinemas in 'Spectre'. Video: Sony Pictures/Reuters
Dash cam video shows confrontation between Texas trooper and Sandra Bland who was found dead in prison cell. Video: Reuters