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# Condemnation

Last month
September 2023
Rubiales promises to 'prove the truth' as sports court probes kiss
A top criminal court has also opened a preliminary probe into the incident.
Last year
Allowing Iran keeper to play on after head injury an ‘utter disgrace’
Beiranvand collided with team-mate Majid Hosseini during Iran’s World Cup opener against England.
Managers and FA condemn homophobic chanting from Man United fans at Chelsea
Offensive chants were heard at regular intervals during Saturday’s 1-1 draw between the teams at Stamford Bridge.
G7 denounces 'war crime' as Russian strike kills shoppers
Eighteen people were killed in the attack.
At least 18 people were killed in the attack
The G7 leaders branded the missile strike a 'war crime'
Zelenskyy urged the G7 leaders to intensify sanctions to help end the war
Michaela McAreavey: NI council to investigate 'defamatory and sectarian' video
The PSNI and Orange Order have also begun investigations.
Mariupol residents face food and gas shortages as EU calls attack on hospital a war crime
Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney described the attack on the hospital as an “unspeakable act of cruelty”.
'Bullsh**' - Decision to allow Russian athletes at Paralympics draws backlash
Germany’s top Paralympic official said late on Wednesday that the decision lacked courage.
All time
Brazilian president deploys army to fight Amazon fires and prevent illegal deforestation
Global condemnation on Bolsonaro’s perceived inaction to date on the fires is growing.
'It’s disgusting to be honest' - Pat Fenlon on Waterford manager's assault
The former Shelbourne boss had been working with Alan Reynolds as the club’s Director of Football.
'Harmful and sinful': Islamic Centre of Ireland issues fatwa against female genital mutilation
Shaykh Dr Umar Al-Qadri issued the fatwa after a senior Muslim figure in Ireland said the practice is acceptable in some cases.
Harvey Weinstein 'issued desperate plea' before being fired - US reports
Meryl Streep, Judi Dench, Glenn Close and George Clooney have condemned the film producer’s actions.
North Korea fires ballistic missile drawing tough response from Trump
The exact type of missile has yet to be identified.
Seven men in India sentenced to death for rape and murder of a woman
The incident happened in February of this year.
Irish priest says man executed in Indonesia 'had no idea he was on death row'
“When we said your death sentence will be implemented, he said, ‘What death sentence? I will not be sentenced to death.’”
Petrol bomb attack on mother and baby in Belfast
This came as the third attack on a home in the city in three days.
Vandals burn down children's playground in Ballymun
The Poppintree Park playground was set on fire over the weekend.
Death of player hit by missile thrown from stands sees Algerian football suspended
The African country’s football federation has cancelled this weekend’s games in protest to the killing of Cameroonian striker Albert Ebosse.
Archbishop Martin: 'Communities must mobilise and speak out against violence'
The Archbishop of Dublin said that acts of violence, like that of a pipe bomb being left in a graveyard this week, should be condemned.
How Twitter reacted to the Luis Suarez biting incident
The social networking site was largely unimpressed with the Uruguayan’s antics.
Death of major gangland figure Eamon Kelly 'a disgusting action'
A man in his 30s remains in garda custody tonight as the investigation into the death of one of the most senior figures in organised crime in Ireland gets under way.
UN envoy likens London riots to Syrian unrest
Despite admitting to security force mistakes, Syria’s regime remains defiant in the face of international condemnation.
UN Security Council condemns violence in Syria
The condemnation comes as tanks and troops attack the city of Hama for a fourth day. More than 1,700 civilians are believed to have died since March.