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Ireland: Island in the North Atlantic
Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George's Channel. Ireland is the second-largest island of the British Isles, the third-largest in Europe, and the twentieth-largest on Earth.

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DUP to immediately quit Ireland north/south political bodies [Video]

DUP to immediately quit Ireland north/south political bodies

DUP leader Sir Jeffery Donaldson says his party will immediately withdraw from Irish north/south political bodies over the NI Protocol. He stresses the Protocol has made the current arrangement..

Credit: ODN     Duration: 02:34Published
Ireland fines WhatsApp €225m for breaking EU data protection rules [Video]

Ireland fines WhatsApp €225m for breaking EU data protection rules

Infringements relating to multiple GDPR articles were found. The Facebook-owned messaging platform was also cited for failing to meet its "transparency obligations".

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 04:13Published
Irish Football Association introduces equal pay for men and women [Video]

Irish Football Association introduces equal pay for men and women

Ireland's Football Association announced on Monday that the men's and women's national teams will receive the same match fee.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:32Published
Macron speaks about global corporate tax rate in visit to Ireland [Video]

Macron speaks about global corporate tax rate in visit to Ireland

The OECD's global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% and Afghanistan were on the agenda during Emmanuel Macron's visit.

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Opportunities on the horizon: the platform promoting Europe's best innovation and research [Video]

Opportunities on the horizon: the platform promoting Europe's best innovation and research

Business Planet heads to Ireland to take a look at an online hub that’s creating new investment opportunities for EU backed research and innovation.

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Dubin's Gaiety Theatre to reopen for limited show [Video]

Dubin's Gaiety Theatre to reopen for limited show

The Gaiety Theatre, one of the oldest in Ireland, will reopen with a limited audience capacity of 50.However, due to Government restrictions and uncertainty over full capacity productions, the..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:12Published
Tokyo 2020 round-up: Ireland win first gold medal of Games [Video]

Tokyo 2020 round-up: Ireland win first gold medal of Games

Ireland won their first gold medal of Tokyo 2020 as Mallory Franklin claimed silver in the canoe slalom and Matthew Coward-Holley won bronze in the men's trap final.

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Indoor dining available again in Ireland's pubs and restaurants [Video]

Indoor dining available again in Ireland's pubs and restaurants

Indoor dining in pubs and restaurants has reopened across Ireland, marking a significant step for the hospitality sector.Brian Conlan, owner of Slattery's Bar in Dublin, said he was "delighted to be..

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The Irish president has defended his decision to decline an invitation to a church service to mark Northern Ireland's centenary, which will be attended by the Queen.
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Gap agrees tie-up to sell clothes via Next in the UK following store closures

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US fashion brand Gap is to sell its wares in the UK and Ireland via a deal with Next - after announcing earlier this year that its own stores would close.
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First black Miss Ireland reveals she's suffered racism and bullying since win

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The first ever black Miss Ireland says she has received racist abuse since winning the title this week.
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Police release dramatic footage of arrest in Spain of fugitive wanted over 2016 Dublin shooting

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Police in Spain have released dramatic footage of the arrest of notorious Irish fugitive Gerry Hutch in a restaurant last week.
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Tokyo Olympics: Great Britain beat Ireland to reach quarter-finals - highlights

Watch highlights as goals from Great Britain's Susannah Townsend and Hannah Martin secure a 2-0 victory over Ireland to book their place in the quarter-finals at the Tokyo Olympics.
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UK and Ireland among five nations most likely to survive a collapse of global civilisation - study

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The UK and Ireland are among five nations most likely to survive a collapse of global civilisation, researchers have said.
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Ireland to offer COVID vaccine to adolescents aged 12-15

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Ireland could offer coronavirus vaccines to adolescents aged 12-15 as early as next month after opening its programme to 16 and 17-year olds on Tuesday.
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Tokyo Olympics: Ireland select 200m runner Leon Reid in athletics squad for Games

Sprinter Leon Reid, currently on bail after pleading not guilty to drugs and firearms charges, is included in the Ireland athletics squad for the Olympic Games.
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James Ryan: Ireland captain starts against Japan after injury concern

Ireland captain James Ryan is passed fit to start in Saturday's first summer Test against Japan in Dublin.
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Gap to close all stores across UK and Ireland and move online-only

Gap is to close all of its stores in the UK and Ireland, the American fashion retailer has announced.
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Ireland delays return of indoor hospitality - and will limit it to those who've had COVID or been jabbed

ireland delays return of indoor hospitality - and will limit it to those who've had covid or been jabbed
Ireland is to restrict indoor hospitality to those who are fully vaccinated or who have previously been infected with COVID-19, the country's prime minister has announced.
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James Ryan: Second row an injury worry for Ireland game against Japan

Ireland second row James Ryan is an injury worry for Saturday's summer Test against Japan in Dublin because of an adductor issue.
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'Nobody would talk about it': Film producer's murder in tiny Irish town remains shrouded in mystery

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The brutal murder of a French film producer more than two decades ago has scarred the tiny town of Schull on the southwest coast of Ireland.
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Breakthrough over Irish language set to keep power-sharing in Stormont on track

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The British government has agreed to introduce an Irish language act in Northern Ireland if Stormont fails to do so by the end of September.
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'The cracks are just getting worse every day': In Ireland, thousands of homes are crumbling

'the cracks are just getting worse every day': in ireland, thousands of homes are crumbling
Homeowners affected by Ireland's latest defective homes scandal have vowed to continue battling for full redress from the government.
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Ireland to impose tighter restrictions on British travellers amid Delta variant concerns

The Irish government is set to announce an increase to the self-isolation period for British travellers, going up from five days to 10.
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EuroHockey Championship: England beat Ireland to boost World Cup hopes

England come from a goal down to beat Ireland at the EuroHockey Championships and keep their World Cup qualification hopes alive.
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EuroHockey Championships: Spain through to semi-finals after 1-1 draw with Ireland

Watch highlights as Spain draw 1-1 with Ireland to secure their place in the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championship in Amsterdam.
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'An amazing day for Ireland': Punters return to pubs for first time in six months as restrictions lifted across country

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EuroHockey Championships: Ireland beat Scotland with crucial late goal

Watch highlights as Naomi Carroll's 46th-minute goal gave Ireland a huge 1-0 win over Scotland at the EuroHockey Championships in Amsterdam.
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Kyle Sinckler called up by British and Irish Lions to replace Andrew Porter

England prop Kyle Sinckler is called up to the British and Irish Lions squad for the tour of South Africa after an injury to Ireland's Andrew Porter.
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Matt LeBlanc is Ireland's Favorite Uncle in 'Friends' Reunion Show

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Giro d'Italia: Martin wins first stage as Yates gains time on Bernal

Ireland's Dan Martin wins his first ever stage at the Giro d'Italia as Britain's Simon Yates reduces the gap to overall leader Egan Bernal.
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Two detectives shot and wounded in Dublin gun battle

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A man is in custody after two members of the Garda Siochana (Irish police service) were shot and wounded in an exchange of gunfire.
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Ireland rejects Biden's global corporate tax plans and will keep 12.5% rate

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Ireland v Scotland T20 series: Scots defeat hosts in Stormont opener

Scotland secure an 11-run victory over Ireland in the first of four T20 games between the sides in Belfast this week.
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Ireland and Australia miss out on spot in Eurovision final

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Ireland getting back to normal as restrictions on gatherings, shopping and travel ease

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Life in Ireland is returning to normal with the easing of some lockdown restrictions including rules affecting meeting people, travel and shopping.
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Ireland's Katie Taylor retains her world titles in a thrilling contest against Great Britain's Natasha Jonas.
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Ireland's summer tour to Fiji is cancelled because of uncertainty caused by the pandemic, with the IRFU hopeful of arranging alternative Tests
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Women's Six Nations: Ireland's Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe scores brace on first Six Nations start against Italy

Ireland's Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe scores her first two tries for the Ireland Test side in their 25-5 victory over Italy in the Women's Six Nations.
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India added to COVID travel 'red list' over new variant concerns

Travel from India to the UK is being banned for non-UK and Irish citizens from 4am on Friday after the country was added to the travel "red list".
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Ireland 15-56 France: Rampant French set-up Women's Six Nations final with England

France will meet England in next weekend's Six Nations final after a thumping 15-56 win over Ireland in Dublin.
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Women's Six Nations: Parsons and Considine score brace as Ireland beat Wales

Watch Eimear Considine and Beibhinn Parsons both score a brace for Ireland as they beat Wales 45-0 in round two of the Women's Six Nations.
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Women's Six Nations: Wales 0-45 Ireland

Ireland get their 2021 Women's Six Nations campaign off to a winning start with a 45-0 victory against Wales at Cardiff Arms Park.
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Ireland 'not aware' of any vaccine jabs offer from UK

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Dublin has said it is unaware of any offer of spare COVID jabs from the UK following reports Britain planned to share millions of doses, partly to help Northern Ireland exit lockdown.
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Republic of Ireland 0-1 Luxembourg: Defeat 'embarrassing' says Irish skipper Coleman

Seamus Coleman describes the Republic of Ireland's 1-0 World Cup qualifier defeat by Luxembourg as a "horrible and embarrassing night".
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Leinster wear down a dogged Munster side to secure a fourth straight Pro14 title with a deserved 16-6 victory at the RDS in Dublin.
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England coach Eddie Jones says he needs "to reset the team" after their Six Nations title defence ended in defeat by Ireland and a fifth-place finish.
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