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Three former Archbishops of Dublin have been criticised in trenchant terms in a previously unpublished section of a report on the handling of child ab(...)

You might think you have the measure of Speedy Ortiz upon hearing Sadie Dupuis sing “I was better off just being dead”, but there’s something about th(...)

Defense attorneys Miriam Conrad (left) and Judy Clarke  flank Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in court in Boston, Massachusetts today in this  court sketch. Photograph: Jane Rosenberg/Reuters

Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded not guilty to committing the worst mass-casualty attack on US soil since 9/11, a crime that c(...)

By this stage 100 years ago, Carl Stearns Clancy – the first round the world biker whose route we were retracing – was on the scent of home.Visiting h(...)

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We are an active mature couple planning a 17-day trip to to Boston and the Massachusetts coast – and taking in a family visit in Northampton – in earl(...)

Three Steinecke trainees at work in the trainee-run Steinplatz branch in Berlin

A century ago, a textile workers’ strike in Massachusetts gave birth to the labour movement anthem Bread and Roses. For EU leaders racing to and from (...)

Ashifi Gogo: Sproxil system allows legitimacy of medication to be checked

Ashifi Gogo came straight from an awards ceremony at the White House to speak at the HealthXL Global Gathering in Dublin last month. A native of Ghana(...)

Former taoiseach Liam Cosgrave’s most vivid recollection of US president John F Kennedy’s 1963 visit to Ireland is of the excitement that gripped the country. “I remember driving up Dame Street and people were hanging out of windows to see him coming along as he was going up to the Castle.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ireland’s venerable elder statesman, 93-year-old Liam Cosgrave, has a precise memory of the day US president John F Kennedy addressed a joint sitting (...)

A riot policeman fires his weapon while confronting stone-throwing demonstrators during an anti-government protest in Belem, at the mouth of the Amazon river, in Brazil last night. Photograph: Ney Macondes/Reuters

Brazil awoke today to city centres still smouldering after a night that shocked the nation: one million protesters had taken to the streets in scores(...)

Cork-based WiseTek has signed a contract with computer security group McAfee to handle the entire group’s redundant hard ware. Wisetek specialises in (...)

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