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Johannesburg, South Africa. Enterprise Ireland has an office in Johannesburg and a presence in Nairobi in Kenya and Lagos in Nigeria

Plans are afoot to increase the value of two-way trade between the Republic of Ireland and Africa to at least €5 billion by 2025. Details of the plan(...)

  Customers can send up to €25,000 in a single transaction using PayPal’s new service. Photograph: Alan Betson

PayPal has launched its international money transfer service Xoom in Ireland, allowing users to send money to more than 130 countries. The service of(...)

Dublin ranked in seventh place behind the Hague with 0.646 projects per 100,000 inhabitants

Dublin attracted the seventh highest number of tech start-up foreign direct investment projects globally between 2016 and 2018, new figures show. The(...)

Originally from Lahinch, Michael (Mick) Ryan was married with two young children and lived in Cork city.

The remains of the late Co Clare engineer Micheál (Mick) Ryan, who was killed when Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed in March, are to arrive in (...)

 Rescuers work to clear debris where a classroom block collapsed at Precious Talent primary school in Nairobi, Kenya. Photograph: Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images

Seven children were killed and 64 injured when a classroom collapsed as students were starting their morning lessons at a school in Kenya’s capital N(...)

A Kenyan hawker sells mobile phone covers on a street, in Nairobi. Photograph: Simon Maina/Getty

One of the most mendacious contentions, often made by free marketers and other economic moralists, is the notion that the poor are not entrepreneurial(...)

World Food Programme deputy chief engineer, Michael Ryan from Co Clare who was killed when Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed minutes after take off.

A memorial service for Co Clare engineer Micheál (Mick) Ryan killed when Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed in March has been told someone must t(...)

Ugandan writer Siima Itabaaza referred to Bono as ‘our favourite white saviour’ at the conference. Photograph: AP/Pool/Juda Ngwenya

An upmarket hotel in Kampala, Uganda’s capital city, was the venue last weekend for the first conference held by No White Saviours, an activist group (...)

A surveillance camera in Kampala:  some say such gadgets contradict the central tenets of democratic society. Photograph: Sally Hayden

Alex gestures up from a busy road, in the Ugandan capital Kampala, at a shiny camera on a long white pole. “They are watching you,” he smiles. “They a(...)

A house in Clapham, south London, into whose back garden the body of a suspected stowaway fell from a plane. Photograph: Peter Nicholls

There are calls for fresh scrutiny of aviation security as efforts continue to identify a man whose frozen body fell into a garden in London from the (...)

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