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The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg

Websites are legally responsible for libellous anonymous postings, European Court of Human Rights’ judges ruled on Thursday when it rejected a case ta(...)

Uefa is considering a radical overhaul of international football that would see national teams playing a new Nations League competition.The idea, flo(...)

An activist at  Whitehall near the junction with Downing Street yesterday during an event organised by the Stop the War Coalition to protest against  potential UK involvement in an  attack on Syria.  Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

If the United States attacks Syria, it will be the first time it strikes a country that is capable of waging retaliatory cyberspace attacks on US tar(...)

Andy Harrington and Jack Casey will compete for Ireland in the men’s double scull quarter-final today at the World Junior Championships at Trakai in Lithuania.

Ireland’s Hilary Shinnick and Bridget Jacques, who are off on scholarships to US colleges this year, bounced back at the World Junior Championships in(...)

Riverdance perform for Queen Elizabeth at the Convention Centre in Dublin in 2011

Riverdance Ltd will tomorrow ask the High Court to restrain Co Kerry music promoter Michael Carr from staging “illicit unauthorised” Riverdance sho(...)

The European Commission has proposed creating an agency to salvage or shut failed banks but its power to clean up the euro zone’s financial sector will be tempered by resistance from Berlin, where chanceller Angela Merkel (centre) is facing into autumn elections. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters.

The European Commission today proposed creating an agency to salvage or shut failed banks, but the absence of an immediate backstop fund to pay for (...)

Latvia’s finance minister Andris Vilks speaks during a news conference on the adoption of the euro  in Brussels today. Photograph: Francois Lenoir/Reuters.

The euro zone will embrace Latvia as its newest member from next year, eager to show that the bloc is not disintegrating despite doubts about souther(...)

In October 2011 David Cameron, the British prime minister, was forced to withdraw a comment he made in his speech at the Conservative Party conference(...)

Uncertainty in the workplace is increasing in the Netherlands, King Willem-Alexander has acknowledged. Photograph: Michel Porro/Getty Images

With the third highest inflation rate in the EU, one household in seven in the Netherlands is unable to pay its bills, while the main earners a(...)

The current abortion debate exposes deep-rooted misogynistic and sexist attitudes to Irish women’s reproductive health and rights. First, there(...)

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