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LEVEL’s service from Paris Orly to Montreal will use an Airbus A330-200.

Level’s first flight out of Paris IAG’s new low cost carrier LEVEL’s first flight from Paris Orly takes off to Montreal at 6.45pm on July 6th. The (...)

Sophie Parker is an Irish journalist living in Buenos Aires: ‘Following the result (in Ireland), a friend jokingly enquired if I’d be moving back. It has crossed my mind.  But it’s a fascinating time to be here, too.’

As Ireland took to the polls on May 25th, Argentina was celebrating May Revolution Day, commemorating the first successful revolution in South America(...)

Cory Hill: “It’s a case of one last effort and I’m sure the boys will put the hard yards in. A first series win here since 1999 is all the motivation we need.” Photograph:  David Davies/PA

Wales captain Cory Hill hopes he can be the man to lead his country to a first series win in Argentina since 1999 when the two sides meet in Saturday (...)

Currency exchange values on the buy-sell board of a bureau de exchange in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photograph: Getty Images

The Argentine peso fell to a record low as the central bank changed its strategy to protect the currency and the International Monetary Fund said it w(...)

The “Principessa Mafalda”: sank in 1927 with the loss of 314 out of 1,250 passengers and crew

When our ship, the Drina of the Royal Mail Line, was moving down the coast of Brazil, the captain leaned over the big coastal chart and tapped his pen(...)

America’s aggressive announcements on trade  dominated the agenda at the G20 financial summit, with US treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin  saying the US was ‘not afraid’ of a trade war. Photograph: Reuters

There was one thing on the minds of policymakers at the G20 financial summit, which finished in Buenos Aires on Wednesday. America’s aggressive announ(...)

City Hall in Dublin is illuminated in green for the four-day-long St Patrick’s festival. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Ray D’Arcy Show RTE One, March 17th, 9.45pm American TV host Jerry Springer will be talking about his show - which is in its 27th season - and w(...)

‘ I changed career, learned a new language, found my passion. It was exciting, liberating, and, at times, really lonely.’

“I’m moving back to Europe”. This is my line about leaving Argentina in May. After five years of inflation, instability and muling basic necessities l(...)

Argentinian-born Cuban revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara is a descendent of Patrick Lynch, who arrived in Argentina from Ireland in the mid-1700s. Photograph: Grey Villet/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Sitting in her high-ceilinged living room in Buenos Aires, Ginger Kearney, third generation Irish-Argentine, leaned toward me and whispered, “They di(...)

Lord Michael Bates dramatically offers his resignation at the despatch box at the House of Lords. Photograph: PA Wire

British prime minister Theresa May has rejected international development minister Lord Michael Bates’s resignation hours after he dramatically quit a(...)

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