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Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave this week decided that he would garner some attention for himself by pouring a very personalised form of scorn on the entire Irish journalistic trade. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Media workers and journalists in particular are irrepressible navel gazers. We all know this. It is a deficiency in the breed. Prominent business peop(...)

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani chairing a cabinet meeting in Tehran on Wednesday. Photograph: Iranian presidency/AFP

Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani has warned that European soldiers in the Middle East could be in danger after the UK, France and Germany triggered a d(...)

An Iranian soldier during previous military exercises in the Strait of Hormuz. Photograph: Ali Mohammadi/AFP via Getty Images

Russia, China and Iran launched their first joint naval exercises in the Gulf of Oman and the Indian Ocean on Friday, in the latest sign of co-operati(...)

Jones Engineering announces a €1 million donation to Technological University Dublin: Jim Curley; Molly Mew, BA drama; Gearóid Cronin, BSc product design; and TUD president  Prof David FitzPatrick.

Jones Engineering is investing €7 million in a new Carlow plant that will make modular buildings. The long-established Dublin group has created 50 ne(...)

A member of the Iraqi security forces stands guard atop a military vehicle as Shi’a  Muslim pilgrims take part in a procession from Baghdad to the shrine of Imam Hussein in Karbala. Photograph: Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty

The “black anaconda” is how Iraqis describe the millions of black-clad pilgrims marching towards the holy city of Karbala every year. Even from above,(...)

‘Formula One is effectively reinventing itself through individual teams, whereby the racing on a Sunday is actually showcasing the technological ability that you can sell to companies Monday to Friday,’ says Mark Gallagher. Photograph: Max Earey

Mark Gallagher is a name that won’t be familiar to many outside of motor racing, but he’s a hero to almost all of us. That’s because he was – in larg(...)

Facebook is suing the Israeli hacker-for-hire company NSO Group for allegedly targeting some 1,400 users of its encrypted messaging service WhatsApp w(...)

 Kurdish people hold placards reading in Arabic ‘No to the Turkish occupation’ during a protest against the Turkish offensive, in Amuda town, Al-Hasakah governorate, northeastern Syria. Photograph: EPA

Arab states have uniformly condemned the Turkish invasion of northeast Syria and called for an immediate halt to the offensive. Given a green light b(...)

Supporters of Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi at a rally in Cairo on Friday. Photograph: Khaled Elfiqi

Egyptian security forces tried to head off protests on Friday amid reports that 2,000 Egyptians have been arrested since last weekend’s unexpected dem(...)

Tunisian electoral officials work at a vote counting centre  following the first round of presidential election in Tunis, Tunisia, on September 16th. Photograph: Mohamed Messara/EPA

For a few months in early 2011, Tunisia was the birthplace of the Arab Spring – the name that attached itself to wave of uprisings that swept the Arab(...)

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