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Jailed for murder, Spain domestic violence victim fights for pardon
Gloria Chochi is serving six years in prison in Spain for murder. She is now pinning her hopes of seeing her son on a rare pardon from the prime minister.
The community of 2,000 people with 151 cases of sex crime
In the small community of Tysfjord in northern Norway, sexual abuse was rife for decades. How come it was never stopped?
The woman helping Ukraine's traumatised children
Thousands live in villages on the frontline between Ukrainian forces and Russian backed separatists.
Joseph Mifsud: The mystery professor behind Trump Russia inquiry
A Maltese professor, the "selfie king" of the diplomatic circuit, has played a key part in the Russia inquiry.
'Serious fire' at hotel in Dublin
There is a serious fire at a hotel in the Ballymun area of Dublin.
Putin 'will use World Cup like Hitler's Olympics', agrees Johnson
Boris Johnson says Moscow's "glorying" in the event sickens him, as he seeks fan safety reassurances.
Nicolas Sarkozy: French ex-president under formal investigation
The ex-French president allegedly received illegal campaign funds from Libya's Colonel Gaddafi.
Trump 'warned' not to congratulate Putin in Russia election
Mr Trump was reportedly told not to congratulate the Russian president on his win, but he did anyway.
Pope Francis to visit Ireland in August
The trip will be the first papal visit to Ireland for 40 years, but the Pope will not be visiting NI.
X-ray cameras to catch motorised bikes
X-ray cameras to be used on Grand Tour stages and classic races this season to prevent riders hiding motors in their bikes.