The deportation trial was adjourned when Mahmoud Bazzi’s attorney failed to turn up to court on time.

The Lebanese man suspected of involvement in the 1980 abduction and killings of two Irish UN peacekeepers and the shooting of a third has told an Amer(...)

Mahmoud Bazzi,  a suspect in the abduction, torture and killing of two Irish soldiers serving as UN peacekeepers in Lebanon 34 years ago. Photograph: AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Brian Kaufman

John O’Mahony has no doubt that Mahmoud Bazzi is the man who shot him. The Co Kerry farmer was one of three Irish soldiers abducted while serving with(...)

Border policies: anti-immigration demonstrators picket before the scheduled arrival of undocumented migrants at the Murrieta Border Patrol Station. The activists have prevented migrants entering the town for several days. Photograph: Sam Hodgson/Reuters

A long a dusty southern Californian road, protesters occupy two spots just a few hundred yards apart. These are the two entry routes where they can st(...)

Jeh Johnson, US secretary of Homeland Security, said he directed the Transportation Security Administration to implement the measures in the coming days. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/EPA

The United States said today it would increase security at overseas airports with non-stop flights to the country and US officials cited concerns al-Q(...)

US president Barack Obama spoke about immigration reform from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington today. Photograph: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

US president Barack Obama said he would take executive action to reform the US immigration system after hopes of passing legislation in Congress offic(...)

The FoneSense  presentation  to the World Cup Tech Challenge at Microsoft’s head offices in Silicon Valley

Walking through a crowded amphitheatre to your national anthem may be a scenario more associated with sporting heroes, but for two Irish technology st(...)

Microsoft has discovered a flaw in its Internet Explorer browser that could allow malicious users to take over a person’s computer. All they need to do is persuade users to click on a link that will send you to a malicious website to exploit the flaw. Photograph: Reuters/Mal Langsdon

We’re only getting over the Heartbleed crisis and already there is a new security flaw to worry about. This time, it’s Microsoft’s Internet Explore(...)

A newly discovered bug in widely used web encryption technology has made data on many of the world’s major websites vulnerable to theft by hac(...)

Computer software is about as unreliable a product as you are likely to come across. Whether through speed, arrogance or ignorance, computer code is invariably full of bugs.

Cyber security is all the rage these days. Technology, for most, is no longer an option, but an essential part of their everyday lives. Yet mos(...)

Queen’s is developing a new master’s degree in cybersecurity that will begin in September.

Cyber bad guys come in all shapes and sizes these days. However it is just as likely that the person sitting next to you could be the biggest t(...)