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Trump offered pardon 'if Assange denied Russia link' US President Donald Trump offered to pardon WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange if he said that Russia had nothing to do with WikiLeaks' publication of Democratic Party emails in 2016, a London court has heard.
Infertile cancer patient has baby using frozen egg In a world first, a woman rendered infertile by cancer treatment gave birth after one of her immature eggs was matured, frozen, and then - five years later - thawed and fertilised, researchers in France have reported.
Waterford FC back campaign for 24/7 cardiac care at UHW The long-running campaign to secure round-the-clock cardiac care services in Waterford has a new supporter - in the form of Premier Division side Waterford FC.
'No surprise' if coronavirus case confirmed in Ireland The Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Health has said health authorities in Ireland are "well rehearsed" in deploying protocols at airports and ports to deal with any confirmed case of coronavirus.
Ireland appeals ECJ state aid ruling against Luxembourg The Department of Finance says it has lodged an appeal at the European Court of Justice against a State aid ruling made against Luxembourg by the EU's General Court last year because of its relevance to the European Commission's ruling ...
Meeting to address concerns over DP centre in Tullamore The Department of Justice is to meet officials of Tullamore town municipal authority and elected representatives in the area tomorrow, to address concerns over a move to provide accommodation for 168 asylum seekers at a building there.
Trapped at home: Irishman's virus lockdown experience Eoin O'Neill is prohibited from leaving his apartment in Wanzhou due to nearby coronavirus case
Fr Ray Kelly shocked by criticism of DWTS participation Fr. Ray Kelly has said he thought about pulling out of Dancing with the Stars Ireland, due to negative comments he received.
High Court freezes €52m worth of Bitcoin seized by CAB A man has been made to forfeit Bitcoin worth €52m by the High Court as part of an investigation into the sale and supply of drugs.
Fears for NI economy over UK immigration proposals The British government's proposed immigration policy after Brexit has been criticised by a number of organisations in Northern Ireland.
Ó Fearghaíl, Naughten seek role of Ceann Comhairle Nominations for the role of Ceann Comhairle in the 33rd Dáil have closed, with Seán Ó Fearghaíl and Denis Naughten in contention for the job.