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British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn: The Jewish Labour Movement said Mr Corbyn’s attendance at the event “topped off the worst week on record of awful relations between the Labour Party and the Jewish community”. Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters

Jeremy Corbyn’s commitment to tackling anti-Semitism was questioned by the Board of Deputies of British Jews as the Labour leader defended his decisio(...)

Aisling Brady (26), a physics and maths teacher from Trim, Co Meath, suffered a pulmonary embolism late last month.

The boyfriend of an Irish woman who suffered a near fatal blood clot while teaching in Dubai has thanked the public for supporting a campaign to bring(...)

Antonio Chinea from Venezuela: He has found Dublin very different from the city he left nearly 10 years ago. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

When Antonio Chinea first moved to Russia he was only supposed to stay in the country for a year. The 17-year-old exchange student had spent 10 months(...)

An undated  police handout photo of  Prof Wyndham Lathem (l) and Andrew Warren.  Photograph: Chicago police department/EPA

Oxford University has urged an employee to hand himself in after police in Chicago said he is wanted alongside a US professor on suspicion of murderin(...)

When the Mitchell family bought a plot of land on the exclusive Carton Demesne estate in Co Kildare, they thought they had secured their dream home. T(...)

Fighting the good fight: Joanne Ryan was first diagnosed with aggressive Grade 3 breast cancer in October 2013.

Born the daughter of a Galway boy and a Kildare girl, I inherited their Irish temperament – and thank God for it, as I truly believe this is what has (...)

UK polling stations close at 10 pm on Thursday June 23rd as Britain decides whether to stay or remain in the European Union.   Photograph: EPA

The UK is poised to decide on its future in the European Union in a referendum on June 23rd. Voting will take place all day, with polling stations c(...)

The tenth-generation Civic, which will go on sale before the end of this year, will be quite different. For the first time ever, it will share its structure and underpinnings with the US-market Civic

Honda is rather desperate for a decent European hit. While the Japanese car maker is doing well globally and in the US, Europe remains something of a (...)