The first visit by a pope to Ireland in nearly 40 years comes as the Catholic Church is rocked by scandals over clergy child sex abuse and cover-ups.
Here are the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
It's a breakthrough that sent its shares sharply higher, over 5 percent, as the budget airline strives to quell staff protests around Europe
Homeless people in Dublin could be removed from the Dublin region in order to make room for tourists who will pay more than accommodation services receive from government and charities.
Ryanair pilots across Europe staged their first simultaneous strike as they ramped up a battle for better pay and conditions, plunging tens of thousands of passengers into travel chaos during the busy summer.
A wildfire on the coast of eastern Ireland killed off some vegetation but resurrected a World War II relic.
It comes as the Irish airline has warned its investors of more strikes and weaker ticket prices this summer
Ryanair says the biggest walkout will ground 600 flights on the 25th and 26th of July from Belgium, Portugal and Spain affecting 50,000 passengers
The small museum in County Kildare is putting on the exhibition in part because its owner knows Cobain's family.
Explosive devices were thrown at the homes of two former Sinn Féin leaders on Friday evening, according to the Irish Republican party.
Cabin crews working for budget airline Ryanair are to stage a walkout in Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium on July 25. A pilot strike is also due to go ahead on July 12.
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Ireland will hold a referendum to remove the offence of blasphemy from its constitution.
The Irish Prime Minister has apologised to more than 100 people who were illegally adopted after their birth certificates were falsified.
Irish voters back a referendum by over 66% to liberalise abortion laws, according to the official result.
A "yes" vote would overturn the eighth amendment that effectively bans terminations at present
Thousands of Irish people living abroad posted photos on Twitter as they travelled back to cast their votes in a contentious abortion referendum
Women are dominating the use of hashtags to repeal the abortion ban, while tweets linked to "No" tend to be from men.
Euronews spoke to two Irish women living abroad in Europe who will be travelling back for the vote on Friday.
Campaign criticised for exploiting vulnerable group for its own ends, and misrepresenting the argument to the Irish public.
Irish citizens will be asked on Friday if they wish to overhaul one of the world's most restrictive abortion regimes, that has long divided a once deeply Catholic nation.
Debate is raging across Ireland with just days to go before a landmark abortion referendum.
Irish-based Ryanair says post-tax profits rose to €1.45bn for the year 2017-2018.
Ireland is gearing up for a controversial referendum on whether to relax its constitutional ban on abortion.
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