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Remembrance Sunday 2013: Enda Kenny, Theresa Villiers and Dame Mary Peters lay wreaths at solemn services across Northern Ireland
The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment performed a guard of honour at Belfast City Hall's Cenotaph and Garden of Remembrance on Sunday, November 10, where several thousand turned out for Northern Ireland's main commemoration service.
Down Royal Festival 2013: Fashion, fillies and a win for AP McCoy
Tony McCoy moved to within eight victories of the magic 4,000-winner mark over jumps when Jezki made a smooth return to the track at Down Royal.
Save Exploris: Twitter users snap as campaign to save Northern Ireland's only aquarium goes global
A photo campaign to save Northern Ireland's only aquarium has kicked off on Twitter with users posting images of themselves holding 'Save Exploris' signs.
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Protest over tougher abortion rules
Spain's conservative government has approved tight restrictions on abortion, allowing it only in the case of rape or a serious health risk to the mother or her unborn child.
Court bins anti-prostitution laws
Canada's highest court has thrown out the country's anti-prostitution laws in a victory for sex workers who said a ban on brothels and other measures made their profession more dangerous.
Bin Laden son-in-law 'lauded 9/11'
Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and former spokesman saluted the September 11 terrorists and warned that more strikes by al Qaida were on the way in a speech a few months after the 2001 US terror attacks, prosecutors have said.
Morrison progress pleases Allardyce new
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce believes he signed a boy in former Manchester United teenager Ravel Morrison but that the midfielder will return to Old Trafford on Saturday as a man.
Sharks too strong for Exiles
Danny Cipriani played a central role as Sale Sharks won for the fifth time in the Aviva Premiership this season.
Edinburgh grind out scrappy win
Edinburgh overcame both the elements and formidable opposition to defeat RaboDirect Pro 12 champions Leinster at a rain-swept Murrayfield on Friday night.
Biggins: Jungle win a highlight
Christopher Biggins ranks winning I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! as his career highlight.
Johansson: I want to be scared
Scarlett Johansson has revealed she enjoys treading into uncharted territory when it comes to her film career.
Cruise and tabloids settle lawsuit new
The publisher of two tabloid magazines has said it never intended to imply that Tom Cruise had abandoned his daughter after his divorce.