Jake Hanrahan, Mohammed Ismael Rasool   and Philip Pendlebury have reportedly been moved to a high-security prison.

Three Vice News journalists accused in Turkey of terrorism have been moved to a high-security prison, the online news agency has reported. The men, wh(...)

Paris might be best known for landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century Notre-Dame cathedral, but for some 600,000 visitors each year a (...)

Google’s new parent does have its own website address however and it can be found at abc.xyz.

It seems the owner of the @alphabet twitter handle was taken as much by suprise as the rest of the world when Google announced its name-change on Mond(...)

This  satellite image shows the far side of the moon as it crosses between the DSCOVR spacecraft and Earth. Photograph: Nasa 0:28

Nasa has released a stunning animation showing a unique view of the moon as it was photographed last month passing between the sunlit side of Earth an(...)

Minister for Gaeltacht Affairs, Joe McHugh. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) while”. Former minister for community, rural and gaeltacht affairs Éamon Ó Cuív said Mr Kenny(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny: criticised over comments he made about the use of Irish in Gaeltacht areas. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) a statement,” Conradh na Gaeilge president Cóilín Ó Cearbhaill said Alluding to amajor(...)

Vice president Dick Cheney watches television reports in Washington in the hours following the September 11th attacks. Photograph: US National Archives

Newly-released photographs taken on the day of the September 11th attacks show the reaction of senior figures in the Bush administration as they conve(...)

Tunisia victims (left to right): 16-year-old survivor, Owen Richards, his uncle Adrian Evans, grandfather Patrick Evans and brother Joel Richards.

One of the victims of the tourist massacre in Tunisia was an member of Birmingham-based Gaelic football club James Connolly’s GFC. The club paid tribu(...)

Nell Ní Shé, Caoimhe Ní Dhubhain, Orla Ní Dhubhain and Marta Ní Loinsigh welcoming guests to the official opening of the new €3.5 million Irish language and enterprise development centre. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

(...). Chief Executive of Údarás na Gaeltachta Steve Ó Cúláin said the centre would help increase employment(...)

Thousands have taken to the streets of Dublin to celebrate the annual Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade. Rainbow flags and balloons were in evidence as dancer(...)