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Spain reels as search for baby's body continues
The body of a child is found in the sea off Tenerife, but her sister remains missing, feared murdered.
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Ikea France fined €1m for snooping on staff
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No group should veto Ireland's future - Varadkar
By Shane Harrison
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The Irish deputy PM says he believes a united Ireland could happen in his lifetime.
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14:29
Government will 'do all it can' for mica homes
By Teresa Craig
BBC News NI
Thousands of protesters gathered in Dublin demanding the expansion of a repair scheme for crumbling houses.
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'The house is crumbling to pieces'
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'The house is crumbling to pieces'
Thousands of homes and buildings, primarily in Counties Donegal and Mayo, have been damaged because of blocks containing high levels of the mineral mica.
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Spain reels as search for baby's body continues
The body of a child is found in the sea off Tenerife, but her sister remains missing, feared murdered.
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Nato: Talks with Russia are not sign of weakness
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Stoltenberg: Dialogue with Russia not a sign of weakness
With tensions high between Nato and Russia dialogue is even more important, Jens Stoltenberg says.
10:31
Full reopening of Manx border to be postponed
Unrestricted travel from the UK will not be allowed on 28 June as planned, the chief minister says.
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10:28
Slovakia journalist murder acquittals cancelled
A businessman accused of ordering killings which brought down the government will be tried again.
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10:24
New Irish rules for unvaccinated arrivals from GB
Arrivals into the Republic of Ireland from GB face 10 days of isolation if they have not been jabbed.
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10:20
Hungary LGBT: New law is 'shameful, hateful'
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Hungary LGBT: New law is 'shameful, hateful' - Katalin Cseh
The legislation will make it hard for LGBTQ people to live in the country, MEP Katalin Cseh says.
9:14
US and EU agree truce in Boeing-Airbus trade row
The agreement, after 17 years, means taxes on $11.5bn of goods will be removed for five years.
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8:56
Ikea France fined €1m for snooping on staff
Private detectives and police were paid to deliver personal information on staff and job applicants.
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What do young Americans admire about Russia?
Three young Americans and three young Russians spoke to the BBC about the other country.
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7:21
Police resume search for missing British hiker
Esther Dingley was last heard from on 22 November on a mountain top on the France and Spain border.
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6:22
Belarus plane: What we know and what we don't
As details emerge of why flight FR4978 was forced to land in Belarus, questions remain unanswered.
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6:22
Sharp increase in trade across Irish border
By John Campbell
BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor
Brexit may have prompted businesses to source more products on the island of Ireland rather than GB.
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6:21
Pilot had no choice in Belarus diversion - Ryanair
Michael O'Leary says the crew was warned that a bomb would explode if the plane stayed on course.
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6:18
Futuristic 'flying ferries' concept revealed
Radical plans for a cross-Channel, sea-skimming service are revealed by Brittany Ferries.
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6:14
Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin to meet
The US and Russian leaders are to meet face-to-face with the pair at odds on a number of issues.
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6:10
Irish scientists discover Covid blood clot causes
By Shane Harrison
BBC News Dublin Correspondent
The work could lead to targeted therapies that prevent life threatening clots happening in future.
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Conwy man seriously injured in France hit-and-run
Adam Fryer was described as "Superman" by one of his many friends posting good wishes online.
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