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This is an exciting time for Irish music. the dreary male with Guitar is being replaced and a wave of multicultural and multifaceted (...)

Darknet offenders were quick to spot weaknesses in controls on the web during lockdown and to exploit them. Photograph: Bill Hinton/Moment/Getty Images

Interpol reported recently that the Covid-19 pandemic and extended periods of lockdown created a perfect storm of child exploitation and abuse online.(...)

Paul Rusesabagina, the man who inspired the film Hotel Rwanda: accused of being “the founder, leader, sponsor and member of violent, armed, extremist terror outfits”. Photograph: E Schneider/Voices-Unabridged/EPA

He was lauded as a hero internationally for rescuing more than 1,200 people during a genocide, his story told in the Academy Award-nominated film Hote(...)

Three Eastern European men suspected of being victims of human trafficking have been rescued by gardaí in North Cork. File photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Three Eastern European men suspected of being victims of human trafficking have been rescued by gardaí in North Cork. Gardaí believe the men were be(...)

US president Donald Trump faces no real danger of arrest. File photograph: Chris Kleponis/EPA

Iran has issued an arrest warrant and asked Interpol for help in detaining US president Donald Trump and dozens of others it believes carried out the (...)

Britain’s prime minister Boris Johnson participates in a video-conference call on Monday with European Council president Charles Michel, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, European Parliament president David Sassoli and the EU’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier. Photograph: Andrew Parsons/10 Downing Street/AFP via Getty Images

The European Union is preparing to redouble efforts and work through the summer to hammer out a deal with Britain following a meeting between prime mi(...)

A European Union Intellectual Property Office report calculates losses here of €223 million in the pharmaceutical sector, €131 million in cosmetics and personal care, €40 million in wine and spirits, and €12 million in toys and games.  Photograph: Dorling Kindersley/Getty

Irish businesses lose more than €400 million annually to counterfeit sales, according to a new EU report, which estimates that EU governments are losi(...)

While the lumpen moniker Muzz is the kind of thing you’d expect to find at an early heat of a battle of the bands, this outfit is actually a supergrou(...)

A member of the US secret service wears a surgical mask as  President Donald Trump arrives for a news conference on the  coronavirus in the White House on Monday. Photograph:  Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images

When the history is written of how the United States handled the global era’s first real pandemic, March 6th will leap out of the timeline. That was (...)

 Gardaí are investigating if a Roscommon businessman was duped into taking part in a €15m scam carried out by criminals exploiting the demand for face masks during the coronavirus crisis. File photograph: Stringer/EPA

Gardaí are investigating if a Roscommon businessman was duped into taking part in a €15 million scam carried out by criminals exploiting the demand fo(...)

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