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Gardaí appealing for help to trace missing toddler Gardaí are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of a 23-month-old girl from Co Roscommon. The child was reported missing yesterday at 5.30pm.
WHO discontinues Covid-19 malaria drug treatment trials The World Health Organization will discontinue its trials of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine and combination HIV drug lopinavir/ritonavir after they failed to reduce mortality in hospitalised Covid-19 patients.
Campaigner calls on Govt to honour redress commitment The rights campaigner for victims of child sexual abuse in primary schools, Louise O'Keeffe, has said the State has failed to honour a commitment to give the victims access to a State redress scheme.
Covid survivor creates support group to help others A Co Meath woman who contracted Covid-19 in March has set up an online support group to help people who are on the road to recovery.
Depp's ex-wife will not be excluded from libel trial Actor Johnny Depp's lawyers have failed in a bid to stop his ex-wife Amber Heard attending his High Court libel trial against a British newspaper until she is called to give evidence.
Ball in UK's court if they want Brexit deal - Hogan Ireland's EU trade commissioner Phil Hogan has said there is real ambition on the EU side to reach a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, but that same ambition is not there on the UK side.
Patients facing fees of up to €250 for coronavirus test Patients using some private hospitals are facing fees of up to €250 for Covid-19 testing before they can undergo a procedure.
Covid-19 lockdowns imposed in Catalonia and Melbourne Spain's northeastern Catalonia region has locked down an area with around 200,000 residents near the town of Lerida following a surge in cases of the new coronavirus.
Pubs reopen in England as Covid-19 restrictions lift The first pints have been poured at pubs in England which can now reopen following months of closure as Covid-19 lockdown restrictions are lifted.
Taoiseach 'disappointed' to learn of Cowen driving ban The Taoiseach has said he is disappointed that he only found out yesterday about a driving ban served by Minister for Agriculture Barry Cowen four years ago.
Trump vows 'best is yet to come' in video for 4 July US President Donald Trump has tweeted a video wishing his fellow citizens a happy Fourth of July - as Americans celebrate the Declaration of Independence.
Party unease spells early trouble for Micheál Martin Every Cabinet reshuffle inevitably results in winners and losers. However, Fianna Fáil's return to power after nine years has left a sizeable disgruntled rump in the party. And that spells early trouble for Micheál Martin.