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Irish parliament declares climate emergency
Ireland’s parliament has become the second after Britain’s to declare a climate emergency, a decision hailed by the Swedish teenage environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg as ‘great news’.
Irish separatists claim responsibility for parcel bombs found in UK
The Irish Republican Army, a violent movement seeking separation of Northern Ireland from the UK, says it was behind a series of bomb packages sent to crowded locations across Britain last week.
Irish psychiatrists treating children for 'gaming disorder'
Psychiatrists are treating teenagers for gaming addiction including some who are adjusting their body clocks to play against people in different time-zones.
Irish startup Hexafly looks to go global with insect farming
Hexafly, an Irish biotech startup that developed a new method of sustainable insect farming, is seeking to raise €10 million later this year to build a new production facility in Ashbourne, Co Meath.
Sinn Fein calls for vote on Irish unification referndum after hard Brexit
Leader of the Sinn Fein, the second most prominent party on the island of Ireland, has said that UK province of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland should renew their call for unity if Britain fails to avoid a hard border between the two neighbors after leaving the European Union.
UK nabs 2 over Northern Irish car bombing; separatist group suspected
UK police have arrested two people as part of an investigation into a car bombing in the British-run province of Northern Ireland, as authorities suspect a major separatist group carried out the attack.
Fear of no-deal Brexit triggers Irish gold rush
In a vault under the streets of Dublin a pot of gold owned by anxious investors is growing every day Britain edges closer to leaving the EU without a deal.
Record number of Britons seeking Irish passports ahead of Brexit
The number of British citizens applying for Irish passports rose by 22 percent in 2018, Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said on Monday, more than doubling the total of annual applications since Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Stick to agreement or lose support: Irish party tells UK PM
British Prime Minister Theresa May faced more pressure over her controversial Brexit deal on Tuesday after the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) of Northern Ireland failed to vote by abstaining on the government’s budget votes.
Young Irish pupils get a taste of third-level science with fast-track tech study
Post-primary Irish pupils will study modules from third-level technology degree programs under a groundbreaking careers initiative being piloted in three schools in the Irish capital of Dublin.
EU says it is ready to make compromise on Irish border
The European Union's chief negotiator for the United Kingdom's departure from the bloc has announced that Brussels is ready to compromise on the thorny issue of the Irish border to help the two sides avoid a so-called no-deal Brexit.
Irish consumer sentiment slips to four-month low in April
Irish consumer sentiment slipped to its lowest level in four months in April, hit by concerns about job security and caution about personal finances as rents and utility bills outpace inflation, a survey showed on Friday.
Iran's 'Retouch' grabs Irish award
Iranian short film 'Retouch', directed by Kaveh Mazaheri, won the Best International Short award at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF) in Ireland.
Iran's 'Numbness' to compete in Irish Silk Road Film Festival
Iranian short film 'Numbness', directed by by Milad Jarmooz, is set to participate in the 7th Silk Road Film Festival in Ireland.

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