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The author of a landmark review of Ireland's abortion law has told RTÉ Investigates that Government should prioritise abortion reforms, saying vulnerable women who continue to be forced abroad for terminations are being treated like "criminals".
15 April 2024
Since Ireland introduced new legislation permitting abortion up to 12 weeks, hundreds of women seeking abortion care after that point are still forced to travel abroad.
15 April 2024
Australian police have said the attacker who fatally stabbed six people at a busy shopping centre in Sydney's beach suburb of Bondi may have targeted women, as the country mourned the victims and hundreds of people laid flowers near the scene.
15 April 2024
Turkish, Jordanian and Iraqi officials have said that Iran gave wide notice days before its drone and missile attack on Israel, but US officials said Tehran did not warn Washington and that it was aiming to cause significant damage.
15 April 2024
There were 38 properties within the discretionary rate of the Housing Assistance Payment Scheme available to rent last month.
15 April 2024
Business group Ibec has said the Irish economy is still performing robustly, despite rising inflation and higher interest rates.
15 April 2024
Donald Trump will go to court later as the first US ex-president ever to be criminally prosecuted, a seismic moment for the United States as the presumptive Republican nominee campaigns to re-take the White House.
15 April 2024
Limiting what new drivers can do on the road will cut "needless deaths", UK ministers have been told.
14 April 2024
The Health Service Executive has said that last year a record number of patients were treated in hospital, with almost 1.7 million people receiving emergency care.
14 April 2024
The Hot School Meals Programme is to be expanded with 900 more primary schools joining the scheme.
14 April 2024
A man in his 40s is being questioned in connection with the violent death of another man in Co Kildare.
14 April 2024
Scottie Scheffler fully justified his status as pre-tournament favourite with a nerveless second Masters title in the space of three years at Augusta National.
14 April 2024
An investigation is under way into the death of a man whose body was found at a house in Naas, Co Kildare today.
14 April 2024
The Government's record on housing has been criticised following Tánaiste Micheál Martin's claim this weekend that Fianna Fáil was the party of action on housing.
14 April 2024
Thousands of Gazans flooded the coast road north today after hearing that several people managed to cross a closed checkpoint towards Gaza city, despite Israel denying it was open.
14 April 2024
An investigation is under way into suspected criminal damage by fire at a site in Co Wicklow, which was earmarked to accommodate International Protection Applicants.
14 April 2024
Follow the latest developments and reaction after Iran launched an overnight drone and missile strike on Israel.
14 April 2024
One year since a power struggle between two generals plunged Sudan into violent chaos, the UN and other aid organisations say they do not have the funds to respond to the crisis as famine descends.
14 April 2024
Israel remains on high alert after Iran's mass drone and missile attack, its chief military spokesperson has said.
13 April 2024