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Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan TD with US National Security Advisor, Gen Michael Flynn Photograph: Marty Katz

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan conveyed the concern of the Irish people at Donald Trump’s immigration orders during his meeting with th(...)

 Zhanming Cui with his wife  Xia Shen and baby Aiden,  daughter Eachn and his parents in their Blanchardstown home in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Zhanming Cui’s parents arrived in Ireland a fortnight before his daughter was born. They spoke no English and had never left China before but were det(...)

Prof Ronan Fanning: “A brilliant, teacher, researcher and writer.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Tributes have been paid to Ronan Fanning, professor emeritus of modern Irish history at UCD, who has died aged 75. He was the author of several book(...)

A person stands behind textured glass at an address  linked by local media to former MI6 officer Christopher Steele, who is currently in hiding. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

Former MI6 officer Christopher Steele was still in hiding on Friday night, as the storm over his dossier about Donald Trump’s alleged links to Russia(...)

Apollo House in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

1. Irish property prices to increase by at least 8% in 2017 Property prices are set to rise by at least 8 per cent in 2017, with double-digit growth (...)

The Irish Embassy in London. Documents from the embassy detail the surge of requests it received for Irish passports in the run-up to and after the Brexit vote. Photograph: Google Street View

Irish people living in Britain feared they would become the target of a rise in attacks on ethnic minorities in the aftermath of the Brexit vote, dipl(...)

Seán Doherty, one of a group of politicians who travelled on an all-expenses paid parliamentary trip to Australia and New Zealand. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Plans for an all-expenses paid parliamentary trip to Australia and New Zealand in 1986 struggled to be finalised, trying the patience of the Irish em(...)

Northern Ireland’s former First Minister Peter Robinson was plotting to declare an independent state. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Northern Ireland’s former First Minister Peter Robinson was plotting to declare an independent state amid a feared bloodbath in the aftermath of the (...)

Peter Barry, left, then minister for foreign affairs, with Tom King, then Northern Ireland secretary, in Iveagh House, Dublin, 1986. Photograph: Tom Lawlor

Margaret Thatcher was complicated about Ireland. This was scarcely surprising. So many of her associations with Ireland had been negative: her falling(...)

Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich: in Australia on “private visit” during pope’s trip. Photograph: PA Wire

The late Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich managed to “insinuate himself” into a visit by Pope John Paul II to Australia, even though he was not invited, a lett(...)

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