Well-wishers have been greeting people returning home with a warm welcome at Dublin airport.It is thought that thousands travelled back to Ireland to vote in Friday’s referendum on abortion.
For the first time, millennial voters will outnumber baby boomers. CBC News spoke to some of those potential voters to see what issues they're focused on.
The National Ballet rehearses for the production's upcoming world premiere under the watchful eyes of Robert Lepage and Guillaume Côté.
Dozens of women have come forward with allegations of wrongdoing by Weinstein. CBC News spoke to one of the women for her reaction to the arrest.
Ray Costelloe travelled the country in 1908 in her horse-drawn caravan canvassing for women's right to vote.Miriam Margolyes, who attended the same college as Ray, has read from those letters and reflects on her time there.
Speaking at IMS 2018 in Ibiza, the DJ paid tribute to Avicii who took his own life in April.He also said there should be greater support for those in the music industry.
There's been a three-fold rise in the number of cases of sextortion being reported to police in the UK over the last three years, where criminals trick their victims into sexual activity online and then blackmail them. Experts say that Ivory Coast in West Africa has become a hotspot for the scammers
A Nigerian rapper prayed she wouldn't die every time she had her period. Saeon Moruda suffers with endometriosis a condition which causes severe pain during the menstrual cycle. About 200 million women around the world suffer with the condition where tissue that behaves like the lining of the womb
A nine-year-old girl has paid tribute to her young cousin who died in Grenfell Tower fire alongside four members of his family.Sara Chebiouni recalled playing with Mehdi El-Wahabi and read a poem written by one of his school friends at the inquiry into the blaze.
The video is said to show the destruction of the Punggye_ri nuclear test site in the country's northeast mountain region
Ethiopia's prime minister has warned that there will be no quick fix to the scarcity of foreign currency in the country. Yet it seems that some sectors of the economy are getting preferential treatment when it comes to accessing hard foreign cash. The BBC's Emmanuel Igunza reports from Ethiopia
Intrigued by reports of a gang of Indian burglars building an "underground tunnel" to hide their loot, the BBC's Dan Johnson went to investigate. Produced by Shalu Yadav; shot and edited by Varun Nayar