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World Wars 1, 2 and 3 by Cristina Sampaio: “This cartoon is obviously controversial in its assertion, but it has an impact that can’t be ignored,” says festival director Richard Chapman

“From here, you get a breathtaking view of what will happen in the 20th century. The Holocaust, the Khmer Rouge, Rwanda, former Yugoslavia. But also t(...)

Co Laois: €270,000 for this three-bedroom bungalow

Property Partners Buggy is seeking €270,000 for the three-bedroom bungalow below, on 0.75 acre, at Curraghacronacon, Brandra, Attanagh, Abbeyleix, Co (...)

Eoin O’Shea says Ireland’s track record as a relatively “clean” economy and banking system could attract “bad actors” to target the system here

Ireland’s financial system must remain alert to the possibility that “bad actors”, such as terrorists or drug cartels, may try to launder their ill-go(...)

During cross-examination  in the High Court it was put to the claimant that  video and medical evidence did not support her claims concerning the extent of her injuries. The claimant  insisted she had told the truth.

A woman who claimed she suffered injuries after slipping on a grape while working at a fruit and vegetable plant is facing a legal costs bill after he(...)

Election officials open a ballot box during Latvia’s parliamentary election, in Riga. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

A pro-Russia party has won the most votes in Latvia’s parliamentary election. Dissatisfied Latvians rejected the right-of-centre ruling coalition in (...)

In a preposterous and offensive comparison, British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt drew a parallel between the EU and the Soviet Union, calling it a “prison” whose inmates are punished for trying to escape. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

It’s usually wise to treat the overblown rhetoric of party conferences as theatrical “noises off”, fodder for an excitable rank-and-file. But when a f(...)

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Global equities rallied for a second straight day on Wednesday while safe-haven assets such as US bonds and the Japanese yen slipped to multi-week low(...)

Ireland must ramp up security measures against the spread of a deadly disease threatening pig farmers across Europe, Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has warned.

Ireland must ramp up security measures against the spread of a deadly disease threatening pig farmers across Europe, Minister for Agriculture Michael (...)

The OECD’s report shows that in Ireland, there were 25 students in primary classes, the fifth highest in the 36-member OECD. Only the UK, Japan, Israel and Chile had slightly larger class sizes.

Ireland has the some of the largest school class sizes in the developed world, according to a major international education report. The OECD’s Educat(...)

At the moment, EU states are free to apply common rules against money laundering in different manners, a situation that has led to poor supervision in some cases. Photograph: iStock

European Union regulators have drawn up a preliminary plan for a possible tightening of rules against money laundering after a series of high-level ca(...)

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