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'I don't think I will be going back' to Ireland: Smith

The Irish woman who travelled to Islamic State-controlled territory has said she does not think she will ever be coming back to Ireland.

Joining IS 'wasn't worth it,' says Lisa Smith

In an interview for RTÉ News, former member of the Irish Defence Forces Lisa Smith describes her life in Syria after leaving Ireland to join the so-called Islamic State.

Warning Irish economy on 'cusp of overheating'

The Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI) has warned that the Irish economy is on the cusp of overheating.

Minister: Citizenship ruling being dealt with urgently

The Minister for Justice and Equality has said the recent High Court decision that anyone applying to be a naturalised Irish citizen must have unbroken residence in the State for a year before the date of their application was being dealt with as an urgent priority by his department.

Possibility backstop could apply to NI only - Varadkar

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that a no-deal Brexit scenario would only be as a result of decisions made by the British government or parliament.

MPs pass vote to block full suspension of parliament

British MPs have approved an amendment from the opposition Labour party which aims to strengthen measures designed to try and stop Parliament being suspended to force through a no-deal Brexit.

CervicalCheck steering group meeting was 'frustrating'

A meeting of the CervicalCheck Steering Committee at the Department of Health has ended, with one committee member describing it as a "frustrating encounter".

Open Championship Day 1 - updates

Live updates from the opening day's action as the Open Championship comes to Royal Portrush

Barrel of fun ahead for first new cooper in 40 years

A 26-year-old man from Blarney in Co Cork has become the first cooper to be appointed by Irish Distillers at its Midleton distillery in Co Cork in 40 years.

Trump intensifies attacks on Democratic congresswomen

US President Donald Trump stepped up his vilification of four liberal lawmakers as un-American at a raucous rally yesterday, underscoring that the attacks will form a key part of his strategy for winning re-election in 2020.

Appeal issued over False Widow spider bites

A Galway-based spider expert is asking anyone who has been bitten by the False Widow spider to contact his laboratory.

UK economy may be facing recession - watchdog

The UK's fiscal watchdog, the Office for Budget Responsibility, says a no-deal Brexit will add around £30 billion a year to British government borrowing, with net debt rising by around 12% of GDP after three years.

Unionists fear identity loss if Ireland united - survey

Unionists fear losing identity and land, and facing nationalist triumphalism and potential retribution in the event of a united Ireland, research suggests.

UK Brexit negotiators 'had no plan' - EU's Timmermans

Brussels believed the UK would produce Harry Potter-style wizardry in Brexit negotiations but instead faced a Dad's Army approach, according to a top EU official.

How close were the British to joining the Euro?

London Correspondent Sean Whelan has been looking through declassified UK papers from the 1990s showing the UK's relationship with Europe and the Clinton White House.

Imitation firearms seized during insurance fraud search

Two imitation firearms have been seized by gardaí in Dublin investigating fraud related Insurance Ghost Brokering activities.

Death toll in suspected Japan arson attack rises to 33

At least 23 people are feared dead in a suspected case of arson at an animation studio in the Japanese city of Kyoto.

Cancer-free: US woman breaks celebratory bell

US woman Darla Jaye was so excited to complete her radiotherapy for breast cancer this week, that she jumped at the chance to ring the 'Cancer-Free Bell'.

Video series asks: What do you love about your life?

A Co Clare filmmaker with Down syndrome is behind a unique online video series exploring what people love about their lives.

US Senator wants FaceApp probe over security concerns

US Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has called on the FBI and the Federal Trade Commission to conduct a national security and privacy investigation into FaceApp, a face-editing photo app developed in Russia.