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Ireland to lift Covid lockdown on October 22

London, United Kingdom: Ireland on Tuesday announced that it will fully reopen on October 22 after 18 months of rolling lockdowns introduced to limit...

Unholy row: Irish archbishops defy govt virus guidance

Dublin, Ireland: A feud between Ireland's church and state escalated on Wednesday after the Archbishop of Dublin told Catholic priests they can resume communions...

Ireland ‘cannot’ accept global tax reform plans: finance minister

Dublin, Ireland: Ireland will not sign up to global tax reform plans, finance minister Paschal Donohoe insisted Thursday, entrenching the Republic's hold-out position as...

Ireland’s low-tax economy can survive OECD reform: experts

London, United Kingdom: Far-reaching global tax reforms are reaching fruition and on the face of it, Ireland has most to lose after the small...

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Climate crisis poses an existential threat to humanity: UNHCR

GENEVA - The U.N. Human Rights Council has begun its annual session in Geneva, and in an opening address...
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Myanmar’s Suu Kyi misses hearing after falling sick

A lawyer for Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of Myanmar’s deposed civilian government, says his client missed her...

20 years on, Afghan women rev their struggle for freedom

ISLAMABAD - Twenty-four-year-old Tamana Zaryab Paryani is too young to remember the last Taliban rule, from 1996-2001, but she...

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