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Former US president Bill Clinton stopped on Nassau Street in Dublin, and purchased a bunch of flowers  supporting the Irish Cancer Society on Daffodil Day.

Former US president Bill Clinton dined with businessman Denis O’Brien and New York hotelier John Fitzpatrick in a Dublin restaurant hours after delive(...)

A man looks at a bus, which drove into a parade of pedestrians, parked in the police station of Gonaives, Haiti. Photograph: Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters

At least 38 people were killed and about a dozen injured in northern Haiti late on Saturday after a bus drove into a parade of pedestrians while fleei(...)

Traders  on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.  Many retailers rallied on Tuesday after results from the crucial Christmas season exceeded Wall Street’s pessimistic expectations. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares advanced on data indicating that the EU’s recovery may be strengthening, though bank stocks suffered on bad news from UK lender HSBC. (...)

Phil Lynott, lead singer  Thin Lizzy,  died on January 4th, 1986. He was 35. Photograph:  Eric Luke

– Phil Lynott, lead singer with Irish rock band Thin Lizzy (below), died on January 4th. He was 35 years old.–Jennifer Guinness, wife of Guinness Maho(...)

A transcript recently emerged of an analyst warning about the debt carried by Digicel which is owned by Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Jamaican cinema magnate Douglas Graham told his shareholders last week that Digicel, Denis O’Brien’s Caribbean telco, had outbid his Palace Amusement (...)

Denis O’Brien has turned to consultants McKinsey and Goetzpartners to help plot a way forward for Digicel. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

As he briefed bond investors this week on the “substantial risks” facing Denis O’Brien’s Digicel, CreditSights debt analyst Michael Chakardjian evoked(...)

Digicel chairman Denis O’Brien: company enlisted  help of  Haitian police. Photograph: Swoan Parker/Reuters

A US company being sued for alleged fraud by Denis O’Brien’s telecoms company Digicel has asked a US court to throw out the case. UPM Telecom, which (...)

Gena Heraty and Maeve Bracken, who work at an orphanage in Haiti: Ms Heraty will receive an award this week from Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Fearghaíl

Mayo woman Gena Heraty (45) is to receive the Oireachtas Human Dignity Award from Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Fearghaíl at a ceremony in Leinster House on (...)

Victim of the cholera outbreak, the cause of which was blamed on Nepali peacekeepers who dumped infected sewage into a river. Photograph: The New York Times

Outgoing United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon apologised to the people of Haiti on Thursday for the world body’s role in a deadly cholera outb(...)

What the stolen private emails do NOT show yet is any improper or other direct enrichment of Bill or Hillary out of the Clinton Foundation. On the contrary, they show that Chelsea Clinton was sensitive to the foundation’s reputation. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomerg

In a remarkable US election, one of the most remarkable facts is how little outrage there has been about that other Clinton email scandal – someone st(...)

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