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Passengers arriving in Dublin Airport in early June. Air bridges may enable more Irish people to fly abroad this summer. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Are we any closer to knowing if we will be able to travel overseas this summer? Maybe, but not much and things are still far from clear. “We wouldn’t (...)

John Bolton listens as President Donald Trump speaks to the press in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington in May last year. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images

US president Donald Trump has reacted with fury at leaked excerpts from a book by his former national security adviser John Bolton, which contain dama(...)

The then US national security adviser John Bolton stands alongside Donald Trump as he speaks during a meeting  in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington DC in May  2018. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images

US president Donald Trump was willing to halt criminal investigations to “give personal favors to dictators he liked”, according to a new book written(...)

French riot police officers receive projectiles during a protest  for healthcare workers in Paris, France. Photograph: Yoan Valat/EPA

About 8.1 million people have now been reported to have been infected by the novel coronavirus globally, and 437,340 have died, the latest Reuters tal(...)

The case, by Abdul Malik Bekmirzaev, was resolved on the basis a decision will be made by the Department of Foreign Affairs on whether it will renew the boy’s passport.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A High Court case brought over the failure to decide a passport renewal application by an Irish-born seven-year-old boy currently in Belarus with his (...)

Wind farm. File photo. Photograph: Ben Curtis/PA

Policy actions by the new government could nearly halve the price of renewable electricity in Ireland or increase it by as much as a third, according (...)

Protesters demonstrate in Hong Kong last January against China’s growing political influence over the territory, and interference with its autonomy. Photograph: Lam Yik Fei/New York Times

Twitter has purged 174,000 state-linked accounts it says were run by China to spread misinformation on the social network about the pro-democracy prot(...)

People are confused about their rights and worried about losing money and angered at companies who – they say – are deliberately making their lives more difficult. Photograph: Getty Images

The Pricewatch mailbox continues to overflow with queries and complaints connected to travel, and it remains – by far – the single biggest area of con(...)

People wear face masks in São Paulo, Brazil amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photograph: Victor Moriyama/The New York Times

The number of confirmed deaths from coronavirus globally has topped 400,000, as the Chinese government released a report lauding its response to the p(...)

 Tehran, Iran: The surge in cases of Covid-19 has overtaken Iran’s lifting of lockdown on shops, mosques, schools, businesses and travel. Photograph: EPA/Abedin Taherkenareh

Iran has recorded a surge in coronavirus cases, raising fears of a second wave of infections in the Middle East’s most affected country. A month afte(...)

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