Protesters clash with riot police in Hong Kong shopping centre
Protesters demanding the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive have clashed with riot police in a mainland shopping centre in Sha Tin.
Footage shows officers appearing to strike demonstrators with batons after more than 10,000 people marched for greater democracy in the territory.
Protesters also called for an investigation into complaints of police violence.
Family of Irishman facing US deportation 'devastated' by his arrest
The sister of an Irishman facing deportation from the United States of America says his family is devastated by his arrest.
Keith Byrne - a married father of three, originally from Cork - has lived in the US for 12 years.
The 37-year-old also runs his own painting company.
Data Protection Commission looking into potential data breach at Google
The Data Protection Commission is looking into a report of a potential data breach at Google.
It's after it emerged the tech giant's Home smart speaker may have been unintentionally recording conversations among users.
It's unclear at this stage if any Irish customers had their data compromised.
Thousands left without power after New York blackout
Tens of thousands of people were left without power on Saturday night across New York in the US.
The outages began before 7.00pm local time (12.00am Irish time) on Saturday.
Some iconic landmarks - such as Times Square - went dark, while many Broadway theatres had to cancel Saturday night performances.
Police investigating threatening graffiti in east Belfast
Police in the North are investigating threatening graffiti posted on a wall in east Belfast.
They say they are working with Belfast City Council to remove it as quickly as possible.
It comes after authorities decided not to remove a loyalist bonfire from the car park of the Avoniel Leisure Centre, after contractors were threatened by paramilitaries.