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Massacre in Eastern Ghouta must stop now, says EU
The EU has called for an immediate ceasefire and aid deliveries in the rebel-held Syrian enclave of Eastern Ghouta after more than 400 civilians were killed there.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Further €1m interim payment for brain-damaged girl
The High Court has approved a further €1m interim payment in the case of an 11-year-old girl who was brain damaged after a failure to diagnose a serious medical condition in her mother in the days before her birth.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
New permanent exhibition on the Irish flag goes on display in the GPO
Exhibition opened to mark the 170th anniversary of the first flying of the tricolour
The Irish Times - News
Trump suggests officer at Florida school was a 'coward'
US President Donald Trump has cast doubt on the character of an armed deputy who failed to intervene during last week's school shooting in Florida, saying he froze or was a "coward".
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Belfast rape trial hears details of police interviews
A Belfast court has been hearing details of interviews given by Irish and Ulster rugby player Paddy Jackson when in police custody in 2016.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
President conferred with honorary degree in Athens
Higgins calls for culture and youth to be central in shaping the future of the EU
The Irish Times - News
'Beast from the east' cold snap on way to Ireland
Freezing air from Russia is to grip Ireland in what is set to be the coldest late February in years.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Former Trump aide pleads guilty in Russia probe
A former senior official in Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, Rick Gates, has pleaded guilty to conspiracy against the United States and lying to investigators, and is cooperating with a federal probe into Russia's role in the election.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Gardaí investigating death of man in Donegal
Gardaí are investigating the death of a 71-year-old man at a house in Letterkenny, Co Donegal.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
UK ideas on post-Brexit ties are 'pure illusion' - Tusk
European Council President Donald Tusk dismissed as "pure illusion" the ideas floated by Britain so far on what sort of relationship it would want with the European Union after it leaves the bloc.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Rugby players’ trial: ‘She didn’t have to stay, she could have left’
Jury have been hearing from the accused what they say happened on June 28th, 2016
The Irish Times - News
Jury sent home in Nicky Kehoe defamation case
Jury to consider whether RTÉ has a defence of fair and reasonable publication
The Irish Times - News
Foster says DUP unaware of money for legacy inquests
DUP leader Arlene Foster has said it would be "astonishing" if the British government granted funding for legacy inquests without an overall agreement.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Man sentenced in Trim for gun and ammunition possession
A man has been sentenced to three years in prison for possession of two assault rifles and more than 700 rounds of handgun ammunition in Co Meath two years ago.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Labour MP to put forward same-sex marriage bill for NI
A proposed Westminster law for same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland will be introduced at the end of March.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Defamation jury to resume deliberations next week
The jury in a defamation case taken by former Sinn Féin councillor and IRA member Nicky Kehoe against RTÉ will resume deliberations on Monday.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Cars, cash seized in searches targeting Kinahan figure
Cars, cash, jewellery and documentation have been seized as part of a garda operation targeting one of the Kinahan crime gang's key figures in Dublin.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Data chief rejects civil servant’s claim over public services card ‘hotline’
Tim Duggan tells committee that former commissioner ordered validation phone line
The Irish Times - News
Rugby laws and culture need change to lower concussion rates
Inaugural conference of the Sports Law Bar Association of Ireland took place on Friday
The Irish Times - News
Graham Dwyer’s challenge to data laws could affect State security
Convicted murderer has taken High Court case over use of mobile phone records in trial
The Irish Times - News
US to open embassy in Jerusalem in May
The US State Department has said it plans to open its embassy to Israel in Jerusalem in May.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Sisters who illegally claimed €50,000 for dead father avoid jail
Judge takes mitigating factors into account for Alison and Gillian Walker
The Irish Times - News
Drumm described CB officials as 'shower of clowns'
The trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has heard details of telephone calls in which he described the Financial Regulator as "Freddy Fly" and Central Bank officials as a "shower of clowns".
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Abortion laws in North violate women’s rights – UN committee
Situation in NI ‘may amount to torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment’
The Irish Times - News
Lynn loses High Court challenge
Former solicitor Michael Lynn has lost a High Court challenge that could have affected his imminent extradition from Brazil.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Burglar who fell asleep during robbery jailed for two years
Mark O’Mahony (33) fell into drunken sleep in an armchair
The Irish Times - News
Parents: 105 girls missing after Boko Haram attack
More than 100 girls are missing after a Boko Haram attack on a school in northeast Nigeria earlier this week, parents said today.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Retired barrister awarded €95,000 damages over injuries in crash
Injured woman at ‘opposite end of the spectrum’ to a malingerer, judge says
The Irish Times - News
Third collection to fund Pope’s visit this weekend
Irish companies approached for financial help required to pass ethical test
The Irish Times - News
Former solicitor Michael Lynn loses challenge against DPP
Lynn had sought declarations that DPP could not give assurances to Brazil court
The Irish Times - News