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Bertie Ahern said: “I wouldn’t like to be a John Hume over there [in the US] now trying to get attention, whether it was [for] Turkey, Syria, Angola or Sudan...” File photograph: Getty Images

Former taoiseach Bertie Ahern has said he “would not like to be a John Hume” in the US now, trying to elicit support for peace in Northern Ireland. (...)

A volunteer brings daily food rations for internally displaced persons at a camp for people fleeing the conflict in the Kasai region. Photograph: John Wessels/AFP/Getty Images

The Catholic Church in the Democratic Republic of Congo has accused security forces and local militias of killing almost 3,400 people and destroying 2(...)

Sisters of Charity say they will have ‘no involvement in this new company’. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The rapid secularisation of Irish society made the decision arrived at by the Sisters of Charity yesterday inevitable. The predominant mood of societ(...)

“The Security Council is far from perfect. At times it has been wholly ineffective. Syria is only the most recent and glaring example.” Photograph: Stephanie Keith/Reuters

The United Nations Security Council has been in the news recently. In the past days it has considered how to respond to the use of chemical weapons in(...)

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan: has faced down calls  to step aside already this year over the  whistleblower controversy. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Having come out of a week of intense activity when she was forced to fight for her credibility and, indeed, her job, the future looks beset with troub(...)

File image of Bishop John Kirby, Bishop Eamonn Casey and Fr Dermod McCarthy. File photograph: Collins Photos

The late Bishop Eamonn Casey believed “he had done the church a great disservice”, Bishop of Clonfert John Kirby recalled on Tuesday. “He used those(...)

Gustavo de Arístegui: resigned as Spanish ambassador to India after allegations emerged about his business activities

Investigators in Madrid allege that two Spanish politicians used an Irish company as a front to receive bribery payments worth millions of euro. Gust(...)

Thousands march against corruption through the streets of downtown Lima on February 16th. An Interpol arrest warrant has been issued for ex-president Alejandro Toledo, who now lives in the US, after Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht said he sought and received a $20 million bribe. Photograph: Cris Bouroncle /AFP/Getty Images

A Brazilian executive has told the country’s electoral court that his company gave the winners of the 2014 presidential election the equivalent of ten(...)

The stampede occurred at the 4 de Janeiro stadium in Uige, a city in northern Angola. Image: Google Maps

At least 17 people died and dozens were injured in a stampede at an Angolan stadium on Friday as hundreds of football supporters stormed its gates to (...)

A portrait  of Mário Soares is displayed on a facade of the Portuguese Socialist Party headquarters in Lisbon on Sunday, one day after his death. Soares was widely seen as the father of Portugal’s modern-day democracy. Photograph: Patricia de Melo Moreira/AFP/Getty Images

Portugal is observing three days of official mourning following the death on Saturday of Mário Soares (92), the socialist politician who was hugely i(...)

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