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Dublin airport. The move by Norwegian, which uses the Max 8 on its transatlantic routes from Dublin and Shannon airports, meant its flights out of Dublin to Providence, Rhode Island, and Newburgh, New York, were cancelled, discommoding as many as 384 passengers

Up to 384 travellers were unable to fly to Dublin airport from the US on Tuesday night after their flights were cancelled amid global concerns surroun(...)

Flag bearers carrying the flags of the Commonwealth walk through Westminster Abbey during the Commonwealth day service. Photograph:  Richard Pohle/WPA Pool/Getty Images

I’m struck, as the British parliament moves towards the endgame on Brexit, with the number of times Australia, Canada, New Zealand and India have been(...)

Frances Stewart from ‘The Letters of Frances Stewart’ c. 1902. Photograph: Internet Archive Book Image/Flickr

“We are as comfortably settled in this vessel as such a number could be in so confined a spot … I am very comfortable here and quite independent and t(...)

Former president Mary McAleese. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

The “game is almost up” for the all-male Catholic Church, former president Mary McAleese has said. She said the church’s “clericalised citadel is in(...)

John Kelly, whose brother Michael (17) was killed in Derry on Bloody Sunday. Photograph:  Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Jean Hegarty is the living embodiment of the truth in the saying that a lie can be half-way around the world while the truth is still putting on its s(...)

Canada’s prime inister Justin Trudeau speaks at a news conference in Ottawa on Thursday. Photograph: Patrick Doyle/Reuters

The morning after he was elected prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau went to Jarry metro station – situated at the end of the scruffy arterial st(...)

Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau called a news conference to address allegations that improper pressure was put on former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould to help construction firm SNC-Lavalin Group Inc avoid a criminal trial. Photograph: Patrick Doyle/Reuters

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday denied interfering in the judicial system as he sought to defuse a controversy threatening his poli(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on Thursday. Wall Street fell for the fourth straight session, weighed down by financial and technology stocks. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

A gauge of global stock markets slumped on Thursday while the dollar rose, as the European Central Bank (ECB) postponed interest rate rises to 2020 an(...)

Two unnamed Saudi sisters, aged 18 and 20, stand in front of a view of the building which houses the local Saudi consulate in Hong Kong on February 22nd. Photograph: Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty

Ahead of today’s celebrations of International Women’s Day, 36 countries, including all EU member states, signed a statement criticising Saudi Arabia’(...)

Michael Jackson performs in Singapore, during his 1993 Dangerous tour. Photograph:  STR/AFP/Getty Images

RTÉ has said it “has no plans to playlist” any of Michael Jackson’s music in the wake of sexual abuse allegations levelled against the singer in the L(...)

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