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An elderly man receives free bread from a bakery in the city of Stepanakert. Photograph: Aris Messinis/AFP via Getty Images

The children are gone and only a few women remain. Stepanakert, the de facto capital of Nagorno-Karabakh, has become a city of men. The streets are qu(...)

David Griffin was the main dealer in Ireland for Daihatsu and Lada cars.

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

Olivier Murguet: “Two weeks ago we announced in China a City KZ-E, a Kwid EV of sorts and it will come to Europe in a couple of years. There will be a big market for car sharing and this car will be perfect for that.”

Olivier Murguet, Executive Vice President, Sales and Regions, Renault Group and serves on the executive committee Renault Group. Renault is famed fo(...)

Grisa Muntean, the last remaining resident of Dobrusa,  Moldova, takes care of his bees. ‘When I work, I speak with the trees, with the birds, with the animals, with my tools. There is no one else to talk to.’ Photograph: Laetitia Vancon/The New York Times

Thirty years ago, the village of Dobrusa had about 200 residents. At the start of this year, it had just three. Then two were murdered. And now ther(...)

Having a Dacia in the driveway during the recession suggested you were sensible with your spending

Dacia’s success to date on the Irish market has been largely down to its no-frills pricing. Launching here in the maelstrom of the recession, the budg(...)

People should be allowed to buy a Porsche if they want and shouldn’t be forced to buy a Lada

In July 2016, the Pensions Authority issued a consultation document which set out a package of proposals aimed at reforming and simplifying supplement(...)

A military parade in Moscow. A russian dispute has made it to the Irish High Court.

On August 7th, 2012, at a private airport in Budapest, Hungary, two Russian businessmen discussed the ownership of a $3 billion company responsible fo(...)

Paul Klebnikov: This week the US Department of State (Paul was a New Yorker of Russian lineage) called for an end to “the culture of impunity” seemingly afforded those responsible for his death. File photograph: Misha Japaridze/AP

I was horrified by those pictures of cheering Tories as Theresa May became British prime minister on Monday. Not horrified because in among them was s(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny. “If the election is less than a year away,” said a Fine Gael TD, “He’s a lame duck and has to go.” Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

To describe what’s happening in Ireland as “new politics” is like describing a 1980s Lada as the future of the automobile industry. What a con that p(...)

 A man taking photos beside the Volkswagen logo at the 16th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai, China, in April. A  vast shopping spree  in past years built up the now titanic Volkswagen Group. Photograph: How Hwee Young/EPA

“The merger is wonderful news. It will be the saving . . . of the industry. One has the know-how on the heavy vehicle side and one on the car side.(...)

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