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Pushback among EU states over Israel forum meeting

A number of EU member states have pushed back against the idea of calling a meeting of an EU-Israel forum, despite EU foreign ministers agreeing to the idea on Monday, RTÉ News has learned. According to EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, foreign ministers had agreed that the European Union …

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Nolan to seek High Court injunction to stop dismissal

Professor Philip Nolan will seek a High Court injunction later today to stop his dismissal from Science Foundation Ireland. His barrister, Senior Counsel, Padraic Lyons told the court earlier that Professor Nolan was notified on Monday that he was being dismissed from his role as Director General of SFI. Mr …

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Jurors return for day two of Trump trial

Jurors return for a second day of deliberations in Donald Trump’s criminal trial, leaving the Republican presidential candidate and the country waiting for a decision that could upend November’s election. After weeks of testimony from more than 20 witnesses on Mr Trump’s alleged fraud in covering up a politically damaging …

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Minister hopeful for EU Nature Restoration Law adoption

Environment Minister Eamon Ryan has said he is hopeful that a controversial law on European biodiversity can be adopted by July, when the current Belgian presidency of the European Union comes to an end. The Nature Restoration Law was approved by the European Parliament in February, following a stormy passage …

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Satellite imagery shows aftermath of Rafah strike

Before and after satellite imagery shows the aftermath of Israeli airstrikes on Rafah in Gaza. The deadly strike on a displacement camp killed 45 people on 26 May. The before imagery was taken by Maxar Technologies earlier that day. The after imagery was taken on 29 May. Maxar Technologies also …

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Volunteers help asylum seekers during removal from Canal

Volunteer Olivia Headon was alerted before 6am by some of the men sleeping close to the canal who said new barriers were being put in place. Volunteers came down to help the men pack up their things. Roughly 100 tents used by asylum seekers are being cleared from Dublin’s Grand …

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