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Musical Theme as Thousands Attend St Patrick’s Day Parade in Belfast
Jonathan McCambridge (PA)
Man Arrested After Dog Found Injured and Partially Buried in Derry/Londonderry
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Half a Million People Expected to Attend St Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin
Cillian Sherlock (PA)
Concern Over Prison Service Resources to Support Inmates With Multiple Needs
Rebecca Black (PA)
An Irish Goodbye Oscar Winners Aim to ‘Bask in Success’ With Cinema Tour
Rebecca Black (PA)
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Man Utd in 'real fight' for Premier League top-four finish after Newcastle win, says Jamie Carragher
Newcastle's last-gasp win over Nottingham Forest on Friday Night Football has pulled Manchester United into a "real fight" for a top-four finish, says Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher.
Antonio Conte: Jamie Carragher says Tottenham boss 'wants to be sacked' after post-match rant at Southampton
Jamie Carragher believes Tottenham boss Antonio Conte wants to be sacked, while Jamie Redknapp feels the Italian's position is becoming untenable following his extraordinary rant after their 3-3 draw at Southampton.
Saudi Arabian GP Qualifying: Sergio Perez takes pole after Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen makes shock Q2 exit
Sergio Perez claimed pole position at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen made a shock early exit from qualifying following a mechanical failure.
Johnny Sexton: Grand Slam better than the best day of my life | Steve Borthwick: Freddie Steward wasn't making a tackle
Johnny Sexton said leading Ireland to a first Six Nations Grand Slam in Dublin was 'better than the best day of my life', while England head coach Steve Borthwick queried Freddie Steward's red card saying: 'he wasn't trying to make a tackle.'
FA Cup: Sheffield United face Man City semi-final as Brighton face Manchester United
Sheffield United will face Manchester City in the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Wembley, while Brighton play Manchester United.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber reveals son is 'critically ill' with gastric cancer - 'I am absolutely devastated'
Andrew Lloyd Webber has said he is "absolutely devastated" as he revealed his eldest son Nicholas is "critically ill" with gastric cancer.
Sidhu Moose Wala's father accuses Indian govt of 'suppressing' those seeking justice for murdered hip hop star
The family of one of India's most popular Punjabi hip hop artists - who was murdered last year - have used his memorial service to call for justice.
Gary Lineker back on air as Alan Shearer addresses 'difficult situation' after tweet row
Gary Lineker has returned to his presenting duties on the BBC, with football pundit Alan Shearer speaking about the "difficult situation" he and his colleagues faced after a row over impartiality.
Electric Malady: Exploring the controversial subject of electromagnetic hypersensitivity
Shrouded in a thick, white sheet, William looks like a tall child wearing a ghost costume. He lives like a hermit, isolated in a remote cottage in Sweden, and speaks of the pain that prevents him leading a normal life: "It feels like having your head caught in a vice."
Lance Reddick: The Wire and John Wick actor dies aged 60
Lance Reddick, best known for his role in The Wire, has died aged 60.
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Vladimir Putin says Russia and China are fighting 'common threats' ahead of President Xi Jinping's visit
Vladimir Putin has said Russia and China are fighting "common threats" as he welcomes President Xi Jinping for a three-day trip to Moscow.
UBS takeover of Credit Suisse: Embattled bank's chairman describes 'historic, sad and very challenging' day
Stock markets have fallen again across Asia and Europe despite a series of measures to ease the crisis of confidence gripping the banking sector.
Iraq War 20 years on: How Ukraine conflict, growing power of Iran and rise of Trump can be traced back to 2003 invasion
At the turn of the century, America had emerged victorious from the Cold War and stood unchallenged.
Boris Johnson's official partygate defence set to be revealed today
Boris Johnson's defence against claims he lied to parliament about Downing Street lockdown parties is expected to be published today.
Australian police say removing millions of dead fish from Darling River near Menindee will be 'logistical nightmare'
Removing millions of rotting fish from a river in the Australian outback will be a "logistical nightmare", according to police.
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