Ireland, along with five other European countries, has agreed to accept a "small group" of migrants from the Ocean Viking rescue ship, which has been drifting in the Mediterranean for two weeks. Video: Reuters
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has once again claimed that NGOs who have had funding suspended by Norway and Germany are behind the Amazon forest fires. Video: Reuters
Dublin's Victorian fruit and vegetable market on Mary’s Lane is closing its doors after operating for 127 years. Dublin City Council plans to convert the market, with the redevelopment expected to take at least two years. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Antigovernment protests in Hong Kong have raged all summer, aided by student activists. How will they be heard after they go back to school? The New York Times investigates. Video: The New York Times
Eyewitness footage captures a member of a skydive exhibition team spiralling out of control in Eastbourne, England. The jumper escaped the incident with only minor scratches and grazes. Video: Daniel Blocksidge
French president Emmanuel Macron has told British PM Boris Johnson that two core objectives must be upheld in any further Brexit negotiations - stability in Ireland and the integrity of the single market.
The official teaser trailer for Bombshell, starring Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie. Video: Lionsgate Movies
With a range of 400km the Audi e-Tron quattro is an impressive car but with prices starting from €91,000 (inclusive of grants) it's also expensive. Video: Neil Briscoe
US president Donald Trump has told the media that he is the "chosen one" to take on China in commercial matters. Video: The White House
New Zealand House of Representatives speaker Trevor Mallard held and bottle fed Labour MP Tāmati Coffey's six-week-old son Tutanekai while presiding over a debate on fuel prices. Video: New Zealand Parliament TV
Britain wants to do a swift Brexit deal but the "undemocratic" Irish border backstop must be axed in full to prevent a no-deal exit, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Video: Reuters
Fires raging in Brazil's Amazon rainforest have hit a record high number this year, prompting fresh scrutiny of President Bolsonaro's environmental stewardship. Video: Reuters
The EU has rebuffed Boris Johnson's demand that it reopen the Brexit divorce deal. Johnson proposed that the backstop be replaced with a "commitment" to implement alternative arrangements as part of a deal on the post-Brexit relationship.
US President Donald Trump has said American Jews who vote for the Democratic Party were 'disloyal.' He was referring to Democrat Congresswomen Ilahn Omar and Rashida Tlaib who under pressure from Trump were denied entry to Israel last week.
Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has lost an appeal in Melbourne, Australia against his conviction for sexually abusing two 13-year-old choir boys and will remain in prison for at least another three years. Video: Reuters
With Dublin Bus looking to increase its percentage of women drivers, Irish Times journalist Niamh Towey looked at if the life of a Dublin Bus driver was for her. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Staff in the 'Salty Shamrock', an Irish bar in Florida have filmed themselves pouring Conor McGregor’s whiskey down the toilet after a video appeared of the Crumlin-born MMA fighter allegedly punching a man in a Dublin pub. Video: Salty Shamrock Pub
Dozens of air mattresses cartwheeled their way across a park in the American city of Denver recently after strong winds whipped through the neighbourhood. Video: Robb Manes
The skies over Krushevo, North Macedonia were coloured by hundreds of paragliders recently as the area played host to the 16th edition of the FAI World Paragliding Championship. Video: Reuters
A wildfire has broken out in the Spanish town of Estepona in the Andalucia region, with 170 firefighters called to the site to tackle the flames, as similar blazes continue to rage on the island of Gran Canaria. Video: Reuters
The winners of The Irish Times Business Awards, in association with KPMG, were chosen this week by a panel of judges chaired by Cathriona Hallahan, managing director of Microsoft Ireland.
The PSNI believes officers were lured to the site of the suspected dissident bomb attack in Co Fermanagh in attempt to kill and injure them. Video: PSNI
UK prime minister Boris Johnson called on Germany and France to compromise on Brexit, cautioning that the United Kingdom would be ready to leave the European Union without a deal on Oct. 31 if necessary. Video: Reuters
Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed he plans to bring a vote of no confidence against the Tory government which, if successful, would be followed with an election and people's vote on Brexit that would include a 'remain' option.
US president Donald Trump has confirmed he is considering buying Greenland from Denmark but 'it's not number one on the burner.' Video: The White House
Former Lord Mayor of Dublin Alfie Byrne refers to the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland as a 'festering sore' in an archival film that has recently come to light. Video: IFI Irish Film Archive / British Pathé
At least 100,000 anti-government protesters joined a mass rally in Hong Kong , filling major thoroughfares in heavy rain in the eleventh week of what have been often violent demonstrations in the Asian financial hub. Video: Reuters
A suicide bomber killed 63 people and wounded 182 in an attack on a packed wedding reception in the Afghan capital, Kabul on Saturday night. The Taliban denied responsibility and condemned the blast. Video: Reuters
Police in Portland, Oregon arrested at least 13 people as a right-wing group marched to a downtown waterfront park and anti-fascist counter-protesters scuffled with officers who tried to keep the two sides apart. Video: Reuters
Several thousand Hong Kong school teachers and supporters braved thunderstorms on Saturday to start a weekend of anti-government demonstrations, despite fears that police could adopt tougher tactics to drive activists off the streets. Video: Reuters
Built in 1783, the Leinster Aqueduct spans the River Liffey west of Sallins in Co Kildare. Skipper Ger Loughlin runs tours on his restored canal barge.
Suspicious packages resembling pressure cookers were left in two Manhattan locations disrupting traffic and prompting the evacuation of one of the city's busiest transit hubs during the morning rush hour before police deemed the
Four million Kashmiris have remained indoors for 11 days as an unprecedented security lockdown and communications blackout is in force. Video: New York Times
US president Donald Trump said that even Americans who hate him “have no choice” but to vote for him because otherwise the stock market will collapse.
A deepfake video of Bill Hader morphing into Tom Cruise and Seth Rogen has caused concern online of how the technology will infulence future news cycles. Video: Ctrl shift face
A passenger plane carrying 233 people made an emergency landing in a corn field on the outskirts of Moscow after striking a flock of birds shortly after take-off. Video: Reuters / As credited
50 years after the start of the Troubles some fear a hard Brexit could see a return to violence.
Police in Malaysia have said Franco-Irish teenager Nóra Quoirin probably died of starvation and stress after spending a week in the jungle. Video: Reuters
British prime minister Boris Johnson says some MPs hoping to block Brexit are engaged in “terrible collaboration" with the European Union during his first live question-and-answer session on Facebook.
Pacific Island leaders meeting in Tuvalu this week have called on Australia to take tougher action on climate change, citing its heavy reliance on coal-fired power. Video: Reuters