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Stock retreated after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said economic recovery in the euro area remains subject to downside risks. Photograph: Lisi Niesner/Reuters

European stocks retreated, posting the biggest two-day slump in more than four months, as European Central Bank pres(...)

Anthony Elding scores Sligo’s third goal last weekend. Photograph Inpho/Morgan Treacy

Already five points clear at the top of the table, Sligo Rovers pay their first visit of the campaign to the capital this even(...)

It was a good day for Paddy Power, with shares rising 0.9 per cent to €69.85, a near all-time high. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Global equity markets and crude oil rose yesterday after more data pointed to an improving US economy, helping to offset intensified worries ab(...)

Pope Francis kisses 8-month-old Victoria Maria Marino from Sicily after delivering his blessing to the palms and to the faithful in St Peter's Square during Palm Sunday Mass last Sunday. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Those who have difficulty with miracles may be feeling challenged after the past six weeks. It now seems it is the probable that takes a little(...)

While the federal ban on online gambling remains, there is nothing to stop individual states legalising the activity, once it remains within their own borders and does not cross the line into other US states.

Yesterday’s Financial Times reported that the US states that are legalising online gambling(...)

Shamrock Rovers manager Trevor Croly

St Patrick’s Athletic may be unlikely to repeat last year’s big win in the first meeting of the season with Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght tonight(...)

NEW YORK TIMES : “With a puff of white smoke from the chimney of the Sistine Chape(...)

Michael O’Leary celebrates after First Lieutenant took the honours in the 2011 Neptune. Photograph: Inpho/Dan Sheridan

Never in the seven year history of the Ryanair Chase has the big-race sponsor Michael O’Leary looked to have a better chance o(...)

Horses and jockeys make their way past ground sheeting covering the course as they head out to the gallops at the Cheltenham racecourse yesterday. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters

The late Fr Sean Breen is especially missed at Cheltenham this year. Not only had he peerless knowledge after more than 40 years attending the fest(...)

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