Ireland is asking its citizens to leave the country if they can't find a job in a desperate bid to slash welfare costs.
Whether or not they knew of the earlier disaster, more desperate migrants risked their lives to reach Europe on Friday, and at least 34 died
The fatuous talk of giving the island a Nobel Prize only distracts from the root problem
As death toll hits 298, the head of the European Commission announces £25m fund to help with refugee crisis
Veteran broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald has said that he will never do another TV series on prisoners because the experience has been so difficult.
The man who pays his way
The deployment follows a spy ship sent to the region on Monday
In Syria, troops are moved to built-up areas and weapons to alternative locations
If you are among the cautious thousands who have waited until now to book a summer holiday, there is a far better choice of last-minute cruises than the cruise lines – with their "book now to avoid disappointment" warnings – would have us believe.
Conservationists ask people to report sightings but warn beach-goers not to get too close to some species
He faces charges of multiple manslaughter, abandoning ship and causing shipwreck off Giglio island
Sky's lead rider says he is in fantastic form for the Tour and happy pecking order debate is over
A second home in the country is a luxury the French can no longer afford - cue an invasion of British bargain hunters?
Symbolically, we all now know that blue isn’t just for boys, but when it comes to a spritz or splash, the hue represents clean, fresh masculinity better than any other – bringing to mind as it does the sea and the sky.
Savers in Cypriot banks will be forced to hand over up to 10 per cent of their deposits to raise about €6bn
When Callum Hall stepped on a sea urchin he thought little of it. But his life was about to change for ever