Specialists uncover two bodies on farmland in Coghalstown, County Meath in search for IRA's 'disappeared'
Suicide bomb kills 12 and wounds 70 in border town as Islamic State launch simultaneous attacks across Syria
Chairman steps down and executives will not receive bonuses as rail projects put on hold
Government officials may face criminal charges for failing to arrest Sudan's president for war crimes
Since 9/11, Islamists have killed about half as many people in the US as white extremists
The Conservative election win means working tax credits are likely to be replaced by 2017
Evidence given to the ICC could see senior Israeli officials indicted for breaches of international law
Higher consumer spending cited for improved figures, but concerns about methodology remain
Prince George and the plastic clog: '1,500%' sales increase reported after toddler wears Crocs to polo
Better Call Saul is here, along with new seasons of House of Cards and Orange is the New Black
Spending review launched after Home Office is accused of spending international aid money on 'nonsense'
Oxford English Dictionary welcomes 500 words, including 'meh' and 'vape', into the English language
Strong growth lifts Amazon's UK sales to £5.3bn – but its tax bill is minimal for one more year
But charities say there is still a long way to go before all victims receive the justice they need and deserve
Move will enable bank to leverage equity investments but Green party calls it 'rash and irresponsible'
Brussels summit to address the upsurge of illegal migrants fleeing war and poverty in the Med
Photos of alleged IS currency circulate on Twitter months after group pledges to mint its own coins
Man City boss takes aim at his Chelsea rival as Premier League phony war gets underway
The aurora borealis could be visible tonight across parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales