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Brian O’Callaghan-Westropp. Photograph: GoFundMe

The wife of Greek fire victim, Brian O’Callaghan-Westropp told mourners she is still very angry he was stolen from her after less than four days of ma(...)

Florence Pugh and Alexander Skarsgard in The Little Drummer Girl. Photograph: Jonathan Olley/BBC/The Little Drummer Girl Distribution Ltd

Whatever came next for The Ink Factory – the production studio behind Hotel Artemis, A Most Wanted Man and, most notably, The Night Manager – was alwa(...)

Macedonian prime minister Zoran Zaev speaks on the night of the referendum on changing Macedonia’s name. Photograph: Ognen Teofilovski/File Photo/Reuters

The referendum in Macedonia on September 30th was a massive Yes vote for a change of name to “Republic of North Macedonia”, but the low turnout (less (...)

In his report, Mr Justice Peter Charleton said gardaí should serve the people of Ireland and “not moan”. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The failure of gardaí to police cycle lanes is indicative of their lack of visibility on the streets, Disclosures tribunal chair Mr Justice Peter Char(...)

 Award winners Yusra Mardini and Sarah Mardini during the Bambi Awards at Stage Theater in Berlin, Germany in 2016. File photograph: Isa Foltin/Getty Images for Kryolan

Greece’s high-security Korydallos prison acknowledges that Sara Mardini is one of its rarer inmates. For a week, the Syrian refugee, a hero among huma(...)

One of the first  Allsop property auctions in 2011 in  Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Private equity house Pollen Street Capital has bought a significant stake in Irish online auction house BidX1. The British company has also committed (...)

Margaret Kearns with her husband and four children in Amsterdam, where the family have lived for six years.

Several recent reports have found that Dutch teens are among the happiest in the world, and having lived here for almost six years with my family, I h(...)

Greece’s exit from its international bailout is a bittersweet moment – a time for serious reflection rather than jubilation. Millions of Greeks have s(...)

Athens is set to exit its latest bailout on Monday and rely on bond markets thereafter to refinance its debt after a near nine-year debt crisis that shrank its economy by a quarter. Photograph: Getty Images

Greece will be more tightly monitored after it exits the bailout programme than other euro zone state that received similar loans, head of the Europea(...)

German chancellor Angela Merkel and Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez at a press conference in southern Spain. Photograph: A Carrasco Ragel/EPA

Chancellor Angela Merkel has returned from her summer holiday, picking up where she left off: demanding far-reaching reform of the EU’s so-called Dubl(...)

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