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Gardaí investigate if Dublin rally breached regulations Gardaí are investigating a potential breach of Covid-19 regulations during an anti-racism demonstration which took place in Dublin city centre yesterday afternoon.
Drop in most reported crime but rise in domestic abuse Gardaí say Covid-19 has led to significant reductions in most reported crime in March and April of this year.
Louth woman's Covid-19 recovery a 'medical miracle' A 58-year-old woman who spent over four weeks on a ventilator in a medically induced coma after contracting Covid-19 has thanked the nurses and staff for all their care.
India evacuates homes, virus hospital ahead of cyclone More than 10,000 people, including some coronavirus patients, were moved to safer locations today as India's west coast braced for a cyclone, the first such storm to threaten Mumbai in more than 70 years.
Hitler's birth house to be turned into police station Austrian officials have unveiled plans to "neutralise" Adolf Hitler's birth house by turning it into a police station, with the building receiving some cosmetic changes in the process.
Drinks industry says sales fell by a third in April Overall sales of alcohol here fell by more than a third during April compared to the same period last year, the drinks industry has said.
Eight more deaths from Covid-19, ten additional cases Eight more people have died from Covid-19 in Ireland bringing the overall death toll to 1,658.
British MPs abandon remote voting despite pandemic Britain's House of Commons abandoned its experiment with remote voting today, despite warnings the move will disenfranchise vulnerable MPs still staying at home because of the coronavirus.
Community 'devastated' after boy drowns in Co Mayo The body of a missing five-year-old boy has been recovered from Lough Mask in Co Mayo.
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'Our children are the forgotten ones in any road map' The Department of Education has said it is looking at plans to reopen summer schools for children with learning disabilities.
Hospitals arrangement met objective, committee hears The Secretary General of the Department of Health, Jim Breslin, has told the Dáil Special Committee on Covid-19 Response that if another surge of Covid-19 comes they will be able to take on 100% capacity in private hospitals again.
Biden accuses Trump of turning US into a 'battlefield' Joe Biden has accused President Donald Trump of turning the United States into a "battlefield riven by old resentments and fresh fears" and pledged to try to heal racial divisions if elected to the White House in November.