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DUP education spokesman Mervyn Storey has noted that more than 400 children from the Republic attend schools in Northern Ireland whilst the figure for children travelling in the opposite direction is much lower.
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The parents of a Marine whose body came back from Greece missing his heart amended their federal lawsuit Wednesday to add the Greek government and an Athens hospital as defendants.
Spring is a beautiful time to visit Europe and enjoy the greening of rolling hillsides, the blooming of colorful flowers and birds singing earlier each morning.
Psychologists from the University of Exeter are leading a major project looking at how robots can enable people to interact in public spaces - without actually being there.
The news means commuters will have to take a bus down the A34 for around 18 months while a A 130m link between Oxford and London Marylebone is built.
A TUBE challenger from Bournemouth has pulled out all the stops to smash the World Record for visiting all 468 New York stations in the fastest time.
Despite its historic and geographic significance, Gostiny Dvor is losing out to competition in the retail sector.
Canadian short-story legend Alice Munro was celebrated Tuesday as a "stunningly precise" writer who "is often able to say more in 30 pages than an ordinary novelist is capable of in 300" at a ceremony where her daughter Jenny accepted the Nobel Prize for literature on her behalf.
This undated photo provided by the family via attorney Aaron J. Freiwald shows U.S. Marine Brian LaLoup who died in 2012 while stationed in Greece.
Italy's struggling airline Alitalia has finally succeeded in netting the 300 million euros it needs to keep flying over Christmas after a long drawn-out capital raising, a source with knowledge of the operation said on Tuesday.
It was a four-day epicurean extravaganza of star chef dinners and culinary king workshops crowned by the ultimate family-style, sit-down dinner for 200 VIPs from all over the world at a 300-foot-long table built especially for one grand banquet.
The Governments of Ethiopia, United States of America, United Kingdom and Germany on Monday announced agreeing to enter a land country partnership to work together to improve rural land governance for economic growth and to protect the land rights of local citizens, the U.S. Embassy said.
WestJet Airlines Ltd.'s first foray into Europe positions the Calgary-based low-fare carrier to compete head-on with Air Canada in the trans-Atlantic market by the end of the decade.
ROME _ Stand within the Colosseum's massive bowl, and you can practically hear the roar of the ancient crowd.
Health Minister Edwin Poots has announced that a team of American experts will consider the wider future of services for those born with cardiac disease An international team of experts is to assess the future of children's heart surgery on an All-Ireland basis.
For days, temperatures have plunged across a large portion of the United States, accompanied by a storm system that's brought sleet, snow, ice or a combination of all three.