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Supporters of Brazilian far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro celebrate his victory at the Paulista Avenue, in Sao Paulo. Photograph: EPA/Fernando Bizerra

Brazil’s president-elect, the far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro, has promised to defend the country’s constitution and unite a bitterly divided elec(...)

Aine Costigan lives in Halba, Lebanon, where she works as a programme director with Concern Worldwide.

This week Irish Times Abroad meets Aine Costigan, originally from Thomastown, Co Kilkenny, who works as a programme director with Concern Wo(...)

Water restrictions are in place in a number of areas across Ireland as the country is experiencing a drought after no significant rain for more than t(...)

1) Monitor pollen forecasts Try to stay indoors as much as you can on high-pollen days. In particular, avoid outdoor activity between 10am and 4pm, t(...)

Everything has gone green. Even the grass. The summer sun has finally decided to give us a kiss. Everything becomes light. The root vegetables have fi(...)

Patatas Bravas Patatas Bravas. Photograph: Julia Dunin Serves 4 Ingredients For the bravas sauce: 400ml mayonnaise 150ml tomato p(...)

Stephane Griesbach of Gannet Fishmongers: supplies about 40 restaurants and sells online directly to households

Stefan Griesbach has licence to be cross with his customers every now and again. Traditionally a fishmonger gets to vent. “It is said in France that t(...)

Mary Davis said women in her mother’s generation tore apart “that matrix of discrimination that hemmed in women for such a long time”. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Building a more inclusive world remains a key challenge for today’s society despite the progress made in recent years, the head of Special Olympics Ma(...)

The Nyhavn neighbourhood, which was originally a busy commercial port, is now a pretty neighbourhood filled with waterside bars and restaurants.

Copenhagen. A capital city crammed with culture. A city of sophistication. Of calm. Of cyclists. And for one weekend only next month, it will be host (...)

“I think people ought to be very careful about attributing adolescent suicide to cyberbullying, which is not to say it might not be part of a pattern that is going on in someone’s life,” says cyberbullying expert. Photograph: Getty Images

Young people do not kill themselves “just because” of cyberbullying, a visiting US professor of law has said. Catherine J Ross, professor of law at G(...)

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