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Thousands to descend on St. Stephen's Green for Dublin Pride Parade amid major security

DUBLIN, Ireland - In a bid to prevent any untoward incident, Gardai have increased patrol at the Dublin Pride Parade. As part of the massive security operation, officials said that inte ...

Dublin fire chief describes Grenfell Tower fire as 'game changer' for those in fire prevention

DUBLIN, Ireland - In the wake of the issues that have come to light as the Grenfell Tower fire probe proceeds, now Irish authorities are waking up to explore if buildings in the country are vulnera ...

Officials in Clare are raising fears about the vulnerability of Shannon Airport

CLARE, Ireland - How vulnerable is Ireland to a terror attack? A former employee at the Shannon Airport has the answer to the question lingering in many minds across the country.With a strin ...

After contracting a flu, legendary singer Tony Bennett cancels Dublin show

DUBLIN, Ireland - Several fans of the 19-time Grammy winner, Tony Bennett sent out a collective sigh after learning that the legendary singer had cancelled his Dublin show after contracting a flu v ...

The Biebs has a wrap named after him in Maynooth

MAYNOOTH, Ireland - Ireland now has its own Justin Bieber dish that has sent one community completely bonkers.With the ‘Despacito’ singer visiting this one restaurant in Maynooth ...

Leo Varadkar debuts at EC meeting, claims it was an 'interesting experience'

BRUSSELS, Belgium - Making his debut on the European stage, Ireland’s new Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar arrived in Brussels this week to participate in his first ever EU summit - the European Counc ...

Early morning crash in Dublin city centre leaves taxi passenger dead

DUBLIN, Ireland - In a tragic incident on Friday, a passenger in a taxi died following a crash in the morning in the Dublin city centre. Gardai have said that they have launched an inve ...

Facebook planning to lease 75,000 square feet on Dublin's Northside

DUBLIN, Ireland - Social networking giant Facebook is said to be closing in on signing a deal to lease 75,000 square feet in Dublin to set up its new office.According to reports, Facebook is ...

Down and dirty All Blacks have tip for Lions

Auckland - All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has fired up the verbal war with the British and Irish Lions again, suggesting they play New Zealand style to be competitive in the second Test in Wellington n ...

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Eid-al-Fitr prayers offered around the world, as Muslims mark the end of Islam's holy month of Ramadan

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - Muslims around the world marked the end of the holy month of Ramadan on Saturday and started the festival of Eid-al-Fitr offering prayers for peace. Eid-al-Fitr,

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Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is being described as a live-action updating of Disney’s 1967 classic animated film, and that description is both testament to how well the film works and how thoroughly blurred the divide between the “real” and the computer-generated has become...

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