Turkish soldiers secure the border line between Turkey and Syria. Photograph: Umit Bektas/Reuters.

(...), an international manhunt started for three schoolgirls who went missing from their London homes(...)

Virgin Atlantic will tell the Dáil Transport Committee that a sale of the State’s share in Aer Lingus will have significant negative effects on connectivity and ticket prices. Photograph: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images

Lingus to its rival International Airlines Group (IAG) would have a “significant negative effect” on(...)

Mils Muliaini is swapping Connacht for Zebre after a solitary season at the Sportsground. Photograph: Inpho
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  • April 2, 2015, 08:39

(...) ago.Fahey full-time at ChelseaRepublic of Ireland international Niamh Fahey, who helped Galway to an(...)

Fernández is the founder and Director of Photo Ireland. The organisation celebrates Ireland’s International(...)

Niamh Fahey wants a crack at playing the game full time and Chelsea are more than happy to help make that dream come true. Photograph: AP

(...) international who won four English League titles and four cups during eight seasons at Arsenal, has moved to the(...)

Amárach research on behalf of FujiFilm Ireland found that of the 43 per cent of people who print their photos, 53 per cent print them straight from their camera. Photograph: Frank Miller

O’Kelly said international trends indicate that smartphones would soon become everyone’s primary(...)

(...) that Amnesty International has said he could not have been involved in. He has been made a prisoner of(...)

(...) campaign to restore Irish will never succeed in replacing the great international language of English, but(...)

Jay Parikh, vice president for connectivity at Facebook: “The entire world is going to accelerate its technology development.” Photograph: Jim Wilson/The New York Times

(...), until a few years ago. PCH International, a San Francisco company, has in the last 18 months made more(...)

A pensioner holds a banner during an anti-austerity demonstration in Athens yesterday. Greece is expected to reach agreement with its euro zone partners and the IMF on a package of reforms next week. Photograph: Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters

(...) international bailout inspectors – the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary(...)