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Deputy Foreign Editor
A proposal for Ireland's special forces to join the UN mission in Mali has been approved by Government at today's cabinet meeting.
A proposal to deploy the Army Ranger Wing abroad for the first time in over a decade is to be formally made to Cabinet next ...
The Dutch royal couple are to visit Ireland in mid-June in an effort to forge closer ties with Ireland in advance of Brexit.
Revered by Jews and Muslims alike, Abraham, the biblical patriarch, is said to be buried in Hebron. But it's hard to see anything else in ...
Hila Fenlon and Heba Al Tamimi have never met and maybe never will - they are mothers living on either side of the Israel-Gaza border.
From the ashes of Notre-Dame could rise something that is in short supply in France - a unity of purpose, writes Colm Ó Mongáin
Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin looks at the multi-layered conflict in Syria and examines what the future holds for the various fighting factions.
The suffering of 139 million people in acute humanitarian need is avoidable and in many cases deliberately inflicted, according to a senior United Nations official.
Ireland is to reduce its number of peacekeepers in Lebanon by around 100 later this year.