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# State

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Denis O'Brien's legal action against the Oireachtas is back in court today
Man who was "ready for jihad" sobs "I am an American" as he is jailed
Barack Obama has been greeted by his family in Kenya
Overpaid in social welfare payments? The government will seek you out
Denis O'Brien is taking legal action over Dáil comments about his finances
Alert after FBI warns that extremists could attack troops or police
Ian Bailey "very disappointed" after losing his case against the State
The number of people applying for asylum in Ireland last year more than doubled
Islamic extremists Boko Haram have seized 40 men and boys
Deaths are down, marriages are up ... And Dun Laoghaire still has the fewest unmarried mothers
Some abuse survivors say Caranua redress scheme isn't working, but it's paid out €5m so far
Released from years of 'hard labour': Two Americans imprisoned by North Korea are being allowed home
FBI thinks it has identified this Islamic State hostage killer
State of the Nation: To cut or not to cut?
California to become first US state to ban plastic bags
Child trafficking is on the increase in Ireland
India: Woman alleges she is gang-raped by men who lured her into house
Hundreds attend vigil in remembrance of those who died in mother and baby homes
Louise O'Keeffe accuses State of 'taking advantage' of abuse survivors
Tennessee becomes first US state to bring back electric chair
Tesco buys Cabra site from the State for €1.7 million
TD slams €1.74 million spend on ambulance parking, "but not one cent" for new vehicles
Street lighting close to being restored at unfinished estate
'I didn't sleep very well last night' - State to pay 75% of costs in prom note case
Column: Clarity is needed on the pension levy 'jobs initiatives' claim
Samantha McConnell
Schools 'cannot be run' on current level of funding
Bethany survivors to fund €6000 memorial themselves
State spent €16,832 on dignitaries' gifts of 'mutual appreciation' since 2003
ACC branch network should be used for a state investment bank - O'Connor
The oldest brides and grooms can be found in south Dublin and Waterford
Poll: Should the State cover travel costs of ministers' spouses?
And they're off: 116,845 pupils begin Leaving and Junior Cert exams
Quinn wishes students luck in exams during "stressful" time
Van Turnhout "not convinced" HSE equipped to respond to parental concerns
Justice for Magdalenes group ends its campaign
Column: Are we proud that Ireland is the poster child of austerity?
Joan Collins
Terrorist explosion kills nine in Damascus
Burton urged to take action so State can save €21m a year
"Against all the odds, I survived": Bethany Home survivors tell their stories