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'No more stigma': Ireland abortion laws to be reformed
The result in Ireland's historic referendum on relaxing abortion laws has been a "resounding" yes.
Donegal: The only county that voted no in Ireland abortion reform
On Ireland's north west coast, Donegal is a long way from Dublin and it thinks very differently too.
Changed beyond recognition: Ireland witnesses a second uprising after abortion vote
"All changed, changed utterly," wrote the Irish poet William Butler Yates. He was referring to the aftermath of the Easter Rising over British rule in 1916.
Trump: Talks on North Korea summit 'going very well'
Donald Trump has said negotiations over a potential summit with North Korean leader with Kim Jong Un are "going along very well".
Moonwalker and space artist Alan Bean dies
Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean, who walked on the moon and then built a career out of painting it, has died aged 86.
Fears for 13-year-old girl Serena Alexander-Benson who left UK on Eurotunnel train
Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a 13-year-old girl who has gone missing after leaving the UK.
Bale sinks Liverpool dreams in Champions League final
Liverpool have been beaten 3-1 by Real Madrid in the Champions League final after two goals from Gareth Bale.
In Klopp they (still) trust
In the end it was hard to spot many empty seats - some fans may have been stranded at home after the travel fiasco but the stadium in Kiev seemed full.
Cyclone Mekunu leaves at least 10 dead as it batters Oman and Yemen
A powerful cyclone has killed a 12-year-old girl and left at least nine other people dead as it battered parts of Oman and Yemen.
Ethiopia 'to release Briton Andy Tsege' after four years in jail
A British national on death row in Ethiopia is understood to have been pardoned four years after he was detained.