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Brothers  Brahim El Bakraoui (left) and Khalid El Bakraoui, identified as two of the suicide bombers in the Brussels attacks. Experts warned that extremists were trying to recruit entire families in Europe, portending the possibility of yet another evolution in jihadism. Photograph: EPA/Interpol

The identification of Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui as suicide bombers in the deadly Brussels attacks is confronting investigators and counterterror(...)

Obama didn’t touch down in Havana with an apology in his pocket for the US having first slathered Cuba in sleaze, organised an invasion by far-right desperadoes, made at least five attempts on Fidel Castro’s life, imposed a blockade in an effort to impoverish the country into submission and erected an internment camp on its soil where perceived enemies of the US could be tortured, some to death. Alejandro Ernesto/EPA.

I wonder did President Obama put in a good word for the Lanskys during his visit to Cuba. The family wants its hotel back. Says spokesman Gary Rapopor(...)

Adelma Tapia Ruiz, from Peru, who lived in Brussels has been identified as the first confirmed victim of the Brussels attacks. Photograph: Facebook

As the hunt continues for the third suspect in Tuesday’s Brussels attacks, details of those killed and injured in the bombings at Brussels airport and(...)

Smith & Wollensky’s restaurant in Miami Beach, Florida.

Danu Partners, the investor backed by Setanta Sports founders Michael O’Rourke and Leonard Ryan, has bought US restaurant chain, Smith & Wollensky(...)

Right: A political cartoon illustration from Harper’s Weekly, by W. A. Rogers. Left: Dr Hidetaka Hirota, postdoctoral researcher in the Society of Fellows at Columbia University.

The story of the Irish Famine and its terrible impact is known to every Irish person. So too is the refuge that Irish immigrants took in mid-19th-cent(...)

David Drumm: The former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive  Dis seen leaving the Criminal Courts of Justice after being granted bail. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm was released on bail around lunchtime after issues around the sureties being provided by third par(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm: he returns to Ireland  to fight 33 charges against him. Photograph: Josh Reynolds

When US federal agents arrived to arrest former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm last October at his Massachusetts home – more than six ye(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank Chief Executive  David Drumm pictured in 2009. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm is returning to Ireland and will appear in court on Monday to face 33 charges relating to transact(...)

Aer Lingus: top red wine

Aer Lingus business class wins wine award Aer Lingus has won an award for the red wine served in business class in the prestigious Business Traveller (...)

Norwegian Air Shuttle: US authorities have delayed granting the airline a licence, for two years, as unions and politicians there fear that it will hire Asian crews, so it can pay them far less than American and European staff

Both Norwegian Air International and the aviation regulator have confirmed the airline has guaranteed not to hire crew on cut-price contracts to man (...)

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