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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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Thai PM dissolves parliament
Thailand's prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has dissolved the lower house of Parliament and called for elections in an attempt to calm the country's deepening political crisis.
Lenin statue toppled by protesters
Hundreds of thousands of protesters have poured into the streets of Ukraine's capital, toppling a statue of former Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin and blockading key government buildings in an escalating stand-off with the president over the future of the country.
Leader Kim's uncle removed in purge
The powerful uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been removed amid claims of corruption, drug use and a long list of other "anti-state" acts.
Wood ashamed of Saints display
Tom Wood has apologised to supporters for Northampton's 40-7 rout by Leinster, admitting the team are "ashamed" of a performance that has all but ended hopes of progressing in the Heineken Cup.
Brazil riot: Violence at football stadium leaves fan reportedly dead and others seriously injured
A football fan has reportedly died in a riot at a league football match in Brazil.
Irish too strong for Stade Francais
London Irish came out on top 24-13 against Stade Francais in the battle of the Pool Five heavyweights at the Madejski Stadium.
Boyle reveals Asperger's diagnosis
Singing star Susan Boyle has revealed she has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, after years of believing she had suffered slight brain damage at birth.
Freeman hits out at threats to wife
Hobbit star Martin Freeman has attacked trolls who targeted his wife after she joined the cast of Sherlock.
Julie Walters honoured at Bifas new
Julie Walters was praised for her outstanding contribution to British cinema at an awards ceremony honouring the best of independent film.