Guatemalan asylum seeker Beata Mejia Mejia was reunited with her 7 year-old son Darwin on Thursday, more than a month after he was taken away by immigration authorities when they crossed the southern border.
At a public lecture in Trinity College, Dublin, Hillary Clinton praised the 'grass roots activism' that helped to repeal the Eighth Amendment. Video: TCD Communications
A small group of students protested the award of an Honorary Doctorate to Hillary Clinton at Trinity College Dublin. Video TCD Communications/Enda O'Dowd
On the second day of his official trip to Dublin, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has visited Croke Park where some GAA stars, including Henry Shefflin, were on hand to teach him some skills. Video: European Commission
About two thousand protesters gathered in Pamplona, northern Spain, to protest against a court decision to provisionally release five men cleared of raping a teenager in 2016 but convicted of the lesser crime of sexual abuse. Video: Reuters
US first lady Melania Trump has been photographed wearing a jacket saying, "I REALLY DON'T CARE. DO U?" while boarding a plane to visit with children separated from their families at the southern US border. Video: Reuters
A daring sheriff had to make a hasty exit after smashing a car window in order to free a bear that had become trapped inside an SUV near Lake Tahoe in California. Video: Placer County Sheriff's Office
Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos says a deal extending and deferring repayments on part of Greece's debt pile sent a clear signal to markets that the country had turned a corner from crises which rattled it in the past. Video: Reuters
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker says the decision by the United States to impose trade tariffs "goes against all logic" as the EU look set to impose tariffs of €2.9bn on American products in response. Video: Oireachtas TV
US President Trump praised child immigrant detention facilities where children have been separated from their parents as "the nicest people have seen."
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, addresses the joint houses of the Oireachtas. Video: Oireachtas TV
President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has said that Ireland has to be part of an Brexit deal.
The official trailer for Leave No Trace, directed by Debra Granik. Video: Sony Pictures
US heavy metal group Bad Wolves have presented a cheque for $250,000 (€217,000) to the family of the late Dolores O'Riordan, the band raised the money from sales of their cover of the Cranberries hit "Zombie." Video: Eleven Seven Music
Crowds gathered, as they have done for millennia, on the Hill of Tara in Co Meath to mark the summer solstice and the dawn of the longest day of the year. Video: Enda O'Dowd
US president Donald Trump has signed an executive order to keep families who illegally cross the US southern border together as they await immigration proceedings. Video: Reuters
The Raging Grannies stage a demonstration outside the Department of Foreign Affairs calling on the Government to stop the use of Shannon Airport by US military aircraft.
On 365 acres, Dollanstown Stud includes a fine restored main house, 11 estate dwellings and a world-class event riding and training facility.
Coverage of the detention centre scandal in Texas is falling along partisan lines in the US media with Fox News being sympathetic and CNN outraged. Video: CNN, MSNBC, Fox News
'No Country for Women' is a new two part documentary series by RTÉ exploring how women have been treated by the State since it's formation. Video: RTÉ
Activists caused disruption to US Homeland Security secretary Kirstjien Nielsen's dinner in a Mexican restaurant, in Washington DC, voicing criticism of the administration's immigration policy.
'Adrienne Cullen, an Irishwoman living in the Netherlands, speaks about dealing with a terminal cancer diagnosis after her test results were lost by a Dutch hospital in 2011.
The United States has withdrawn from the United Nations Human Rights Council, accusing it of a "chronic bias against Israel." Video: Reuters
Taoiseach issues formal apology to men criminalised prior to legal change in 1993 for their sexual orientation. Video: Oireachtas TV
Children can be heard wailing and calling out for their parents in an audio recording purportedly captured from inside a US Customs and Border Protection detention facility and given to news organisation ProPublica.
The official trailer for The Incredibles 2, the sequel to the hit 2004 original. Video: Disney-Pixar
Are Irish motorists better off buying the Toyota Aygo, or trading up to the larger Yaris? We take the Aygo for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
French president Emmanuel Macron upbraided a French teenager on Monday (June 18) after the boy addressed the president informally as "Manu" and sang the socialist anthem in front of him. Video: Reuters
A ranger in India's West Bengal had a lucky escape after a 30kg python began to choke him while he posed for pictures with locals after its capture. Video: Reuters
US rapper XXXTentacion (20) has been shot and killed in Florida, in the video for his song "Look at me" he spoke about murder, race and bigotry. Video: XXXTentacion/JMP
US president Donald Trump has ordered the establishment of a sixth branch of the military to clear the way for American dominance of space. Video: Reuters
RTÉ investigates Ireland's booming waste industry, and how it affects the environment. Video: RTÉ
US President Donald Trump said on Monday the United States would not be a "migrant camp," as he blamed Democrats for not coming to the table to negotiate immigration legislation. Video: The White House
The UK's upper chamber started a debate on June 18 over the final wording of the legislation for Brexit. One peer was heard heckling the words, "You are an idiot" as Conservative Lord Robathan accused Viscount Hailsham of sabotaging Brexit.
Thomas Markle, the father of Britain's newest royal Meghan, speaks of his regret that he wasn't well enough to walk his daughter down the aisle as she married Prince Harry. Video: Reuters
At least three people, including a nine-year-old child, have been killed after a 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck Osaka, Japan's second-largest city. Video: Reuters
British PM Theresa May has pledged to increase funding for the NHS by 20 billion pounds (€22.88 billion) after Brexit, partly funded by money no longer spent on membership of the EU. Video: Reuters
Several Democratic lawmakers from New York and New Jersey have visited a detention center in Elizabeth, New Jersey, to meet with detainees who were separated from their children at at the southwest border in the US. Video: Reuters
Over 20 asylum-seekers granted permission to remain in Ireland are at risk of becoming homeless when a direct provision centre in Dublin closes on Wednesday.
In her first ardfheis as party leader Mary Lou McDonald told Sinn Féin delegates that they are "already a party of government."