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Palestinian workers display boxes of Russian-made Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccines received from Israel, as a first shipment arrives on the Palestinian side of the Kerem Shalom border crossing, south of Rafah, Gaza, this week.  Photograph: Ahmad Salem/Bloomberg

More than 110.7 million cases of coronavirus have been recorded worldwide with more than 2.4 million deaths, according to the latest data from Johns H(...)

Israeli forces demolish tents and structures in the Bedouin village of Khirbet Humsah near Tubas city in the Jordan Valley on February 4th, 2021. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand

The labels read “Humanitarian support to Palestinians at risk of forcible transfer in the West Bank” and they lie in the rubble of a destroyed communi(...)

Paul Costelloe’s winter 2021 collection at a virtual London Fashion Show featured balloon skirts, bold plaids in yellow ochre shades, check pinafores and a parade of midnight blue ensembles.

Paul Costelloe’s clothing line for Dunnes Stores has been badly hit by the pandemic, the designer has conceded. “We didn’t anticipate the lockdown be(...)

Nadia Power’s new Irish record will almost certainly see her qualify for the Tokyo Olympics on the ranking system. File photograph: Inpho

Another impressive indoor performance by Nadia Power has seen her knock almost a second and a half off her own Irish 800 metres record with a hard-fou(...)

Sectors impacted most by social distancing remain far below those levels, Indeed report said.

Job postings on recruitment website Indeed were 24 per cent down in early February compared with the same period last year, according to the company. (...)

In this photo taken in December 2011, people listen to a speaker in front of Hungary’s public national radio headquarters during a demonstration gathering some 3000 people against the silencing of ‘Klubradio’, an opposition-backed radio station that is being pulled off the air by the country’s media authority, in Budapest. Hungary’s leading independent radio station Klubradio lost an appeal on last week  to keep its license after the media regulator NMHH said it had infringed rules, raising new press freedom concerns in the EU member state. Photograph: Attila Kisbenedek/ AFP via Getty Images

Minor infractions of its reporting obligations – a failure in time to inform the regulator of its share of Hungarian music output – have seen Budapest(...)

 People on  a picket in front of the Polish television building in Warsaw, Poland. Protesters object to the plan to impose tax burdens on private broadcasters. Photograph: Radek Pietruszka/EPA

Poland’s nationalist government has decided to rethink a proposed advertising tax after independent news outlets protested and the European Union and(...)

As a collection agent for the TV licence fee, An Post has failed, says European Broadcasting Union director-general Noel Curran. File photograph: Bryan O Brien/The Irish Times

The questions being posed to and by the Future of Media Commission are at risk of becoming infinite in scope, but they can still be boiled down to how(...)

Nadia Power has started the season in brilliant form on the track. Photograph:  Tommy Dickson/Inpho

While 2020 might have been a bit of a write-off for many of our athletes, for Nadia Power it was another year of progress, the Dubliner building on th(...)

A view of a gas chamber at the museum of the former Nazi camp Stutthof, in Sztutowo, Poland. File photograph: Wojtek Radwanski/AFP via Getty Images

Germany’s two latest alleged Nazi war criminals facing trial have never met and, between them, are 195 years old. On Friday a 95-year-old woman was f(...)

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