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 An anti-nuclear protester leaves a demonstration on a field  in Dannenberg, Germany.  Photograph: Reuters/Christian Charisius

The term “radioactive waste” can have a chilling effect on listeners, conjuring up images of invisible danger and the high-level radioactive waste gen(...)

Tullow has historically focused on exploring discoveries, but the oil price collapse last year forced the company and its rivals to slash exploration budgets.

Irish-founded Tullow Oil said on Wednesday it was increasing the volume of oil it protects with hedging to 75 per cent of the company’s output for the(...)

Tullow Oil shareholders will vote on the sale of the company’s stakes in offshore fields in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea to Norwegian group Panoro Energy in a deal worth up to €150 million. Photograph: Baz Ratner/Reuters

Irish-founded Tullow Oil’s €150 million sale of stakes in two African reservoirs will cut spending by around €10 million, according to a company circu(...)

 The funeral of Fr Tom Cunningham C.S.Sp at Holy Spirit Parish Church, Kimmage, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ten priests from the Spiritan order died in the month of January, eight of them having tested positive for Covid-19. Fr Dermot Kavanagh, Fr Leo (...)

A Tullow Oil facility at Lake Albert in Uganda

Tullow Oil has sold its remaining stake in the Lake Albert oilfield in Uganda to French giant Total for $575 million (€484m), cutting most ties with o(...)

A woman takes part in the first Botswana Pride Parade, in Gaborone, on November 30, 2019. Photograph: Monirul Bhuiyan/AFP via Getty Images

As lockdowns and restrictions limit physical movement across Africa, persecuted and marginalised LGBT communities have been finding new support online(...)

The Aga Khan, for example, made five transfers totalling €19.99 million in March 2016, two into what appeared to be business accounts in Poland and three to accounts in Shenzhen and Taizhou in China

When the Aga Khan took a call from a man claiming to be the French defence minister requesting millions of euros for a top-secret government operation(...)

Former Tullow chairman Aidan Heavey. Tullow expanded rapidly in the 2000s through a series of acquisitions.  Its fortunes, however, turned sharply in 2014

Former Tullow Oil senior executives Aidan Heavey and Tom Hickey have secured $1 billion (€920 million) in backing from US investment giant Carlyle for(...)

Gilbert Chikli: expected to face trial early next year for the elaborate “fake Le Drian” scam than netted scores of millions of euro from wealthy French figures.   Photograph: Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty

The Aga Khan was an obvious target for the Franco-Israeli fraudsters who devised the “fake Le Drian” scam. By tradition, the world’s Shia Muslim Isma(...)

A Tullow Oil drilling block in Kenya, where progress is ‘taking longer than originally forecast’. Photograph: Getty Images

Tullow Oil has pushed back the date it expects to extract oil from a key asset in Kenya as a result of delays to land acquisition and environmental im(...)

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