China’s armed forces must strengthen their sense of urgency and do everything they can to prepare for battle, President Xi Jinping told a meeting of top brass on Friday.
A young mother of two died after suffering suspected knife wounds in a vicious attack at her home in Co Donegal.
Up to four people have died from the latest outbreak of the H1N1 flu virus, also known as swine flu.
Sales of €1m-plus properties are on the rise, even as ordinary workers and families struggle to purchase an affordable home.
This is what was said to me by the woman in the underwear department of the big store when I asked to buy a bra and knickers, for myself.
Medical tests have shown a patient treated in isolation at Sweden’s Uppsala University Hospital for suspected Ebola is not infected with the virus after all, authorities said last night.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has offered an olive branch to Westminster, suggesting the EU may be prepared to change red lines on the future relationship if Britain did the same.
Writing about ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ to his friend Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift described his chief aim in composing the famous satire as being “to vex the world rather than divert it”. The same could be said of Brexit.
Data and documents belonging to hundreds of German politicians have been hacked and posted on Twitter, according to reports.
The new abortion law in Ireland commenced on January 1. If the numbers that were reported as seeking abortion in Britain are replicated here, then since its first day last Tuesday, 40 to 50 pre-born babies will already have had their lives ended.