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Ukraine's new president Zelensky dissolves parliament (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian-turned-poltician, has dissolved the Ukranian parliament during his inauguration speech as his first act as president of the eastern European nation.

Bishop calls for creation of marriage support agency (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
The Catholic bishop of Limerick has said consideration should be given to establishing an agency specifically dedicated to the promotion of healthy marriages and to support marriages which are in trouble.

What the Google decision means for Huawei and you (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Google has confirmed that is has blocked Huawei from updating some parts of its Android software used on Huawei phones. But why? Business Editor, Will Goodbody, has the answers.

Lotto players urged to check tickets after €6.2m win (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
The National Lottery is appealing to lotto players to check their tickets, after €6.2m was won in Drogheda, Co Louth.

Tehran says Trump's 'genocidal taunts won't end Iran' (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said the "genocidal taunts" of US President Donald Trump will not "end Iran", as tensions spike between the two countries.

Debate involving European election candidates under way (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
A televised debate involving Dublin candidates in the European elections is currently under way on RTÉ One.

Ireland has lost sight of cannabis risk, doctors warn (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
A group of more than 25 senior doctors have written a letter voicing concerns about increasing health-related problems from cannabis use.

Watch: EU Dublin candidates take part in TV debate (2019-05-21 00:15:00)


Google begins to cut ties with Huawei (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
US internet giant Google, whose Android mobile operating system powers most of the world's smartphones, has said it is beginning to cut ties with China's Huawei, which Washington considers a national security threat.

Ana Kriégel's clothing damaged by force, court told (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Two items of clothing worn by 14-year-old Anastasia Kriégel, whose body was found in a derelict house in Lucan in May last year, were extensively damaged using force, the Central Criminal Court has heard.

Stormont talks to intensify over coming weeks (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Talks to restore power-sharing at Stormont are to intensify over the next two weeks, the Tánaiste has said.

Britain's Prince Charles on two-day visit to Ireland (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are in Ireland for a two-day visit at the request of the British government to celebrate the links between Britain and Ireland and their people.

Taxi driver jailed for sexually assaulting three women (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
A taxi driver has been jailed for five years for sexually assaulting three young women within three weeks in January and February 2016.

Family take case over access to July Provision Scheme (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
A family has gone to the High Court to challenge the Minister for Education's refusal to allow a young child with "complex educational needs" to attend school during the summer holidays.

European Election debate - Dublin (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Follow the second of three RTÉ European Election debates as the candidates in the Dublin constituency make their case.

MPs may be offered further indicative votes on Brexit (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
British Prime Minister Theresa May's senior ministers will discuss whether to offer MPs a menu of Brexit options in an effort to break the deadlock in the House of Commons over the process of leaving the European Union.

Tenancies of indefinite duration 'always been policy' (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has said it has always been Government policy to introduce tenancies of indefinite duration.

'Overwhelming support' for action plan over bees (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
The project co-ordinator of an all-island plan which aims to address Ireland's declining bee population has said that simple cost-effective measures can be used to help address the problem.

Cost and experience to the fore of elected mayor debate (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
More than 300,000 citizens of Limerick, Waterford and Cork city will get a fourth matter to consider on polling day this Friday, and that is whether or not they would like to directly elect their own mayors.

Court told boy was reluctant to call for Ana Kriégel (2019-05-21 00:15:00)
The second boy accused of the murder of schoolgirl Anastasia Kriégel a year ago told gardaí that he refused at first to call for the schoolgirl on the day she was last seen.




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