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Conor Friel

Tell us about yourself, where you’re from and what you studied in college My name is Conor Friel, I’m 28 and originally from Westport Co. Mayo. I stu(...)

Katrin Sturm at Sandycove, Co Dublin. Photograph: Laura Hutton

When Katrin Sturm runs into people she worked with when she first moved to Ireland, they often express surprise that she still lives in Dublin. Most o(...)

Nestpick’s top score: chefs prepare food at a restaurant in London, the city with the most vegetarian-friendly restaurants, events and festivals. Photograph: Kate Green/Getty

Dublin ranks 26th in a survey of the best cities in the world for vegetarians to live in, with the holy grail for those following a plant-based diet b(...)

Teachers queue at a vaccination centre in Santiago, Chile on February 15th. Photograph: Martin Bernetti/AFP via Getty

Struck by social upheaval and a severe coronavirus outbreak, Chile is hoping to turn a corner as it powers ahead of its South American peers in the ra(...)

Former Argentinian president from 1989-1999 Carlos Menem. Photograph: Ali Burafi/AFP via Getty Images

Flamboyant Argentinian ex-president Carlos Menem died on Sunday at age 90 after battling long-term health problems, the country’s current president Al(...)

Abortion-rights activists watch live video of lawmakers in session, outside Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, before it approved a bill to legalise abortion. Photograph: AP

Argentina’s Senate voted on Wednesday to legalise abortion, a first for a big country in Latin America and a triumph for women’s rights campaigners a(...)

Demonstrators celebrate with green headscarves – the symbol of abortion rights activists – outside the Argentine Congress in Buenos Aires. Photograph: Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP via Getty

The Senate in Argentina will on Tuesday debate a Bill that, if it passes into law, would make the country by far the largest in Latin America to legal(...)

Women celebrate the approval of the abortion law in front of Argentina’s Congress in Buenos Aires on Friday. Photograph: Juan Ignacio Roncoroni/EPA

Lawmakers in Argentina’s lower house have passed a Bill that would legalise abortion in most cases, in a big step forward for the legislation that cou(...)

 Argentinian football legend Diego Maradona shaking hands with his doctor Leopoldo Luque in Olivos, Buenos Aires province two weeks before his death.   Photograph: Diego Maradona press office/AFP via Getty Images

Argentine justice officials on Sunday seized medical files from the doctor of Diego Maradona as part of their investigation into the recent death of t(...)

 Diego Maradona confronted by a posse of Belgium defenders during the 1982 Wold Cup in Spain. File photograph: Allsport

With the death this week of Diego Armando Maradona from a heart attack the most extraordinary Argentine life of them all has come to a close. Buenos (...)

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