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Britain’s prime minister Boris Johnson: scale of the defeeat was a serious blow to the government. Photograph:  Leon Neal/AFP via Getty Images)

Boris Johnson’s government has suffered a heavy defeat in the House of Lords over a Bill that would allow ministers to break international law by over(...)

Residents at the village of Aldeia da Paz outside Macomia, Mozambique, after an attack by Islamist militants in 2019. Photograph: Marco Longari/AFP via Getty Images

The European Union has agreed to assist Mozambique to tackle a violent Islamist insurgency in its northernmost province, which has already claimed the(...)

Fernando Vicario: he has worked for Bank of America  for the past 25 years

Bank of America has named company veteran Fernando Vicario as the next chief executive of its EU banking hub in Dublin as financial firms prepare for (...)

The Central Bank has issued letters to the chairmen of Irish-based FMCs, asking them to review specific shortcomings identified and take immediate action.

The Central Bank said it has found a series of management and control shortcomings in companies involved in Ireland’s €3 trillion international asset (...)

A demonstrator wearing a face mask with images of Argentine late president Juan Domingo Peron and his wife Eva Duarte. Argentina now has more than a millions cases of coronavirus: Photograph: Alejandro Pagni/AFP

Argentina health officials say the nation has officially surpassed 1 million coronavirus cases, becoming the fifth country to do so. Across Latin Ame(...)

Green MEP Grace O’Sullivan: the proposed CAP is “regressive”. Photograph: Kathleen Harris

The future of agricultural subsidies in the European Union is the subject of crunch debates this week, with an alliance of political groups backing a (...)

Chocolate shop in Antwerp: Belgium has shut its bars and restaurants, and imposed a midnight curfew. Photograph: Virginia Mayo

Belgium shut its bars and restaurants and imposed a midnight curfew for citizens on Monday as the country faced a “tsunami” of infections the governme(...)

AIB finished the session down by 2.75 per cent to 92 cent per share, while Bank of Ireland fell 1.1 per cent to €1.83

Trading in all stocks and derivatives on Euronext markets, including the stock exchange in Dublin, shut down for three hours on Monday morning, the bi(...)

European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic (centre) arrives at London St Pancras station on Monday. Photograph: Tolga Akmem /AFP

The European Union has agreed to intensify talks on a post-Brexit free trade agreement on the basis of legal texts, a stated British condition for for(...)

The  Data Protection Commission (DPC) has launched two inquiries into Facebook.

The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has launched two inquiries into Facebook after concerns were raised about the social network giant’s handling of(...)

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