Varadkar confirmed as new Fine Gael leader and next Taoiseach Irish Republican News

Leo Varadkar is to become Ireland’s youngest and first openly gay Taoiseach. He defeated his rival for the Fine Gael leadership, Simon Coveney

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Refugees, coffins ships and hunger

There are few more haunting memorials anywhere in the world than this group of six tall, bronze figures of emaciated men and women, and one dog, which stand on Quays

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Donald Trump: “… the United States will withdraw from the Paris climate accord…”

Donald Trump is pulling the United States from the Paris climate agreement, the 2015 agreement designed to halt rapidly escalating and potentially catastrophic climate change

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The massacres of innocents and the attacks on the NGOs

The exhortation of Vittorio Arrigoni [Italian activist killed in Palestine], to remain human, has really become the last great and vital imperative of our time

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Nuestro regreso y propósitos en Colombia

Ahora que la paz se encuentra más cerca que nunca, no vamos a permitir que nos la arrebaten. Lo afirma entusiasmada toda esa gente que nos visita solidaria y dispuesta

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UK ELECTION 2017: ‘Theresa May offers nothing but the status quo’

Since the advent of New Labour in 1997, a common trope of general election campaigns has been the (invariably unfulfilled) promise of a new way of doing politics

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Back to Colombia

The trip to Cartagena had no complications. The flight from Sarpa picked us up at Jose Marti airport in Havana, where we were accompanied by officials from the Foreign Ministry of Cuba

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