Fuel laundering plant shut down after raid by armed gardai
A black market fuel laundering plant has been shut down near the border.
A black market fuel laundering plant has been shut down near the border.
Parks in Paris have been closed as the French capital deals with an infestation of rats.
Police in the Netherlands have detained a man on suspicion of preparing a terrorist crime after finding a Kalashnikov rifle, two full ammunition clips and a painting featuring a flag used by Islamic State at his home.
This weekend sees the first of three rounds of Premier League action that will take place over the course of 10 days.
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Claude Puel has challenged his Southampton squad to cope with the loss of injured striker Charlie Austin and produce a swift response from their Europa League disappointment.
Yaya Toure's drink-driving charge will not affect his chances of selection for Manchester City's Premier League clash with Leicester on Saturday.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino insists Jose Mourinho is still special.
Antonio Conte insists it is "difficult to accept" Chelsea as Premier League title favourites, despite their crushing win at Manchester City.
The Czech Republic may lose its place as one of the last havens for tobacco smokers in Europe.
Middlesbrough's attacking options could be stretched against Southampton with doubts over Alvaro Negredo, Gaston Ramirez and Jordan Rhodes.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has leapt to the defence of his staff and believes injuries have affected his side's rhythm this season.
Richard Cockerill is predicting "a huge battle" when European heavyweights Munster and Leicester meet in Limerick on Saturday.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri insists the next two months will define the Foxes' season.
West Ham have had a boost as Michail Antonio and Aaron Cresswell are fit enough to return to the squad for their game against Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday.
Chairman of the Cherries Supporters Trust says Bournemouth fans will understand why the club is looking to build a new stadium away from Dean Court after the board claimed they were being "held to ransom" by the ground's owners.
Sri Lanka's president has revoked a nearly 200-year-old British colonial order, clearing the names of 19 citizens who were branded as traitors for rebelling against British rule.
A bombing on a main road in Cairo leading to the Giza pyramids has killed six police officers and wounded another three.
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has challenged his players to provide another "jolt" reaction when they head to Hull for a match he believes could define the first half of their season.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has backed his side to beat holders Real Madrid if they get paired with the Spanish outfit in Monday's draw for the last 16 of the Champions League.
Paul Pogba is desperate for Manchester United to end their frustrating league run when Tottenham visit this weekend.
Hull will endeavour to make acquisitions early in the January transfer window as Mike Phelan bids to swiftly reinforce the Premier League strugglers' squad.
The economy performed strongly in the months after the Brexit vote, official figures have revealed.
Some 400 migrants from Africa have stormed a border fence to enter Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta from Morocco, the Spanish interior ministry said.
Under-fire manager Bob Bradley accepts Swansea will be relegated if they continue to defend as they have done during his two months in charge.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis has told James McClean to cool down after he sparked ugly scenes against Watford.
Dutch populist anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders has been found guilty of insulting and inciting discrimination against Moroccans.
Sunderland boss David Moyes thinks heads should roll in Swansea's boardroom if doubts already exist about their American manager Bob Bradley.
Hong Kong's Beijing-backed leader, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, has said he will not run again for the job after his current term ends next year.
Hillary Clinton has decried the rise of fake news as an "epidemic" in her first speech since losing the US presidential election last month.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman admits leading scorer Romelu Lukaku needs more support to get him back on target.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes thinks Arsenal could end their long wait for another Premier League title this season.
Hundreds of civilians have streamed out of eastern Aleppo by foot as Syrian troops and allied forces waged a relentless campaign to drive rebels from their rapidly crumbling enclave.
Premier League boss Richard Scudamore has written to the parents of players in top-flight academies to reassure them that their children are being protected as football's historic sex abuse scandal continues to spread.
Jose Mourinho needs more goals from Wayne Rooney and the rest of his attackers if Manchester United's Premier League campaign is to be revived.
Sean Dyche believes competing financially will always be tough for Burnley, claiming even Bournemouth operate on a different level.
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny felt his team defended poorly as they bowed out of the Europa League with a 2-1 loss to Maccabi Tel Aviv in Netanya.
Former US astronaut Buzz Aldrin has been discharged from hospital in New Zealand after being evacuated from the South Pole for medical reasons.
A medical devices company is to create 100 jobs when it opens a research and development division.
Fruit giant Fyffes is to be acquired by Japan's Sumitomo Corporation in a deal which values the firm at 751.37 million euros.
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A man convicted of killing a convenience store clerk more than two decades ago in Alabama has been put to death in the state's second execution of the year.
Indonesia's president has travelled to areas of Aceh province devastated by a magnitude 6.5 earthquake, as estimates of the number of displaced people swelled, and vowed that torn-apart communities would be rebuilt.
A Bolivian judge has ordered the detention of the head of the airline whose plane crashed in the Andes last week while authorities investigate him for possible charges of manslaughter and other crimes.
South Korean politicians have impeached President Park Geun-hye, a stunning and swift fall for the country's first female leader amid protests that drew millions into the streets in united fury.
Actor Judge Reinhold has been arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after a confrontation with security officials at a Texas airport.
Conjoined twins in California have become separate toddlers after a 17-hour operation.
Arsene Wenger has revealed Arsenal are working to get several key players tied down to new deals at the Emirates Stadium.
Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa is prepared to leave the club with interest mounting from China.
John Glenn, the first US astronaut to orbit the Earth and who later had a long career in the US Senate, has died aged 95.
Tsunami warnings for several Pacific islands have been cancelled after authorities determined that a powerful magnitude 7.7 earthquake that struck near the Solomon Islands did not pose a threat.
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