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State airports company DAA is borrowing €500 million through a bond issue to provide the group with long-term cash. Photograph:  Collins

State airports company DAA is borrowing €500 million through a bond issue to provide the group with long-term cash. DAA, responsible for Cork and Dub(...)

Migrants protest against a new camp at Kara Tepe on Lesbos island, Greece, on Friday. Photograph: Orestis Panagiotou/EPA

Four hundred children left without shelter after a fire at a migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos will be relocated across 10 countries in the E(...)

Forensics at work in an apartment building in Solingen, Germany, where five bodies were reportedly found on Thursday. Photograph: Sascha Steinbach/EPA

German police suspect that five children found dead in their home in western Germany were killed by their mother. The 27-year-old mother of six – thr(...)

Chris Irving, Mio Irving, Naomi Irving and Philip Irving in Düsseldorf

Philip Irving is originally from Greystones, Co Wicklow. He graduated from UCD as a mechanical engineer and emigrated to Japan in 1989. He has been ba(...)

DAA, which is responsible for Dublin and Cork airports, owns its shares in Dusseldorf airport through its subsidiary Aer Rianta International. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

State-owned DAA may have to contribute to bailing out financially-troubled Dusseldorf airport in Germany, in which the Irish company holds a 20 per ce(...)

Germany’s highest administrative court has issued an injunction against Facebook’s Dublin operation, ordering it to stop collecting its German users’ data. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Germany’s highest administrative court has issued an injunction against Facebook’s Dublin operation, ordering it to stop collecting its German users’ (...)

 Florence Nightingale: born on May 12th, 1820.  Photograph: Getty Images

Of the 110,000 British soldiers who took part in the Crimean War between October 1853 and February 1856, about 2,700 were killed in battle, 2,000 othe(...)

Kraftwerk on stage in 2004, with Florian Schneider on the right. File photograph: Juerg Mueller/Keystone via AP

Wednesday’s announcement of the death of Florian Schneider (typically, the actual date he died remains a mystery) sent me down a listening rabbit-hole(...)

A boy riding a bicycle as Spain eases lockdown rules for children on April 26th. Photograph: Marcelo del Pozo/Getty Images

More than 30 million workers in Europe’s five biggest economies have applied to have their wages paid by the state via short-term leave schemes design(...)

Andrea Jansen: ‘I took a marketing course at the marketing academy in Hamburg in order to get a formal qualification.’

After finishing school in 1993, Andrea Jansen studied Germanic languages in Trinity College Dublin. The four-year degree involved learning languages i(...)

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