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A group of Irish men from Garryowen, Co Limerick, members of the British army,  at the Giessen POW camp during the first World War.

Thousands of Irishmen imprisoned in German army camps during first World War

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The memorial commemorating  what happened at Iron

The execution of the Iron 12, six of whom were Irish, by the Germans remains one of the great unknown stories of the first World W(...)

Michigan judge Michael J Riordan remembers his unfortunate ancestor, John Nash from Kerry, who was executed

Robert Wilson visits the grave of his brother Matthew Wilson who was executed by the Germans in 1915.

Royal Munster Fusiliers and Connaught Rangers were faced with overwhelming odds

Tomm Moore, who is in Los Angeles for this weekend’s Oscar ceremony, said his greatest ambition for his nominated film The Song of the Sea is that Irish people will go and see it.  Photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Irish productions only seen at home if they’re success abroad, Song of the Sea’s Tomm Moore says

Conal Henry chief executive of Enet: “It effectively means that the broadband service on offer is unlimited. A business should never have to worry about broadband capacity again.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/Irish Times

European Investment Bank paying to roll out fibre to small and medium enterprises

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