3233 results

Protesters in Thessaloniki hold banners reading “Mayor, you are destroying your own city”. Photograph: Sakis Mitrolidis/AFP via Getty

I recently posted three parcels at the local post office, one each to Ireland, Czech Republic and the Netherlands. “All at the Europe rate,” I said. T(...)

In this grab taken from video released by Belarusian state-controlled ONT Channel on Thursday, June 3, dissident journalist Raman Pratasevich reacts during his interview with Belarusian ONT Channel in Minsk, Belarus. Photograph: ONT channel via AP

The European Union has banned Belarusian airlines from its airports and airspace amid international outcry over the country’s treatment of Roman Prota(...)

Covid signage in Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2: Under European Commission proposals, unvaccinated people will get an exemption from travel restrictions if they have a negative Covid test. Photograph: Brian Lawless/ PA Wire

Anyone who needs a reminder about the speed with which Covid-19 can ruin plans both nationally and personally should look no further than across the I(...)

The Irish Government has supported calls for an ‘independent and transparent’ investigation into the deaths in custody of Ashurak and another opposition figure. Photograph: Beata Zawrzel/NurPhoto via Getty

In the days after the dramatic forced landing of a Ryanair flight by the dictatorial regime of Alexander Lukashenko to seize an opponent who was on bo(...)

Claire Sanida has been living in Volos, Greece, for almost two decades.

“The saying goes, when you leave Longford, you leave for good, or something like that,” says Claire Sanida, who has been living in Volos, Greece, for (...)

Belarusian law enforcement officers carry Stepan Latypov from a court  in Minsk after he stabbed  himself in the neck during his trial. Photograph:  Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty/AFP via Getty Images

Belarusian activists say anti-government campaigner Stepan Latypov has been returned to jail after stabbing himself in the neck during his trial, as r(...)

Worries about rising inflation have triggered a bout of volatility in markets. Photograph: Bloomberg

The European Central Bank (ECB) is unlikely to change its interest rate policy for “several years” despite a pick-up in inflation, according to Moody’(...)

A woman receiving a dose of the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine at a vaccination centre in Garlan, western France. Photograph: Fred Tanneau/AFP via Getty Images

Ireland is expected to imminently receive a boost in Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine deliveries after the European Medicines Agency announced it had approved (...)

Cypriot president Nicos Anastasiades casting his ballot at a polling station in Limassol on Sunday. Photograph: Stavros Ioannides/PIO/AFP via Getty

Ultra-nationalist, socialist, centrist and Green parties gained seats at the expense of the main Greek Cypriot parties in Sunday’s parliamentary elect(...)

Evidence shows children’s ability to absorb and use foreign languages declines from as early as six due to brain maturation and reduced neuroplasticity. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

The decision to restore teaching of foreign languages at primary level – axed in 2012 for cost reasons – is welcome if long overdue. The budget of €20(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • Next
  • Last »