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# Conflict

Last year
Analysis: A land war won't go well and faltering international support means the world knows it
Paul Rogers
Bobby McDonagh: In seeking full truth, we must avoid picking sides between the two narratives
Bobby McDonagh
Opinion: The human toll of violence in Gaza, the West Bank and Israel is staggering
Karol Balfe
Larry Donnelly: Moderate voices now matter most in the Middle East amid all the hate and anger
Larry Donnelly
Apartheid has led to this Middle East escalation and it's civilians who will pay the price
Dr Brendan Ciarán Browne
Azerbaijan issues arrest warrant for former separatist Nagorno-Karabakh leader
Sudan: 'She was caring for her own children as well as two others separated from their parents'
Rosamond Bennett
Opinion: When we hear about 'refugees' or 'migrants', remember these are real people
Fellipe Lopes
Donnacha Ó Beacháin: The insurrection has done Putin irreparable damage - what happens now?
Donnacha Ó Beacháin
Opinion: Ireland’s Occupied Territories Bill must not be forgotten - it needs to be enacted now
David Clinch
Donnacha Ó Beacháin: The Moscow drone attacks will have a profound effect on Russia’s elite
Donnacha Ó Beacháin
Kildare county board pulls camogie team from All-Ireland, prompting anger from players
'Pattern of disrespect' - Kildare camogie slam county board withdraw decision
Air raids batter Sudanese capital ahead of first direct talks between warring sides
Tom Clonan: Zelenskyy's forces need to begin a push back against Russia in the coming days
Tom Clonan
Sudan conflict could force 800,000 people to flee, says UN
Barry Andrews: For every day of war in Ukraine, 30 days of landmine clearing will be required
Barry Andrews
Fighting enters third week in Sudan despite new truce
More than 70 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as sporadic gunfire dents 72-hour ceasefire
Explainer: Why has violence broken out in Sudan and what might happen next?
Newcastle chairman ‘a sitting minister of Saudi government’ – US court document
Larry Donnelly: One year on, Biden walks a tightrope on Ukraine
Larry Donnelly
Tom Clonan: 'Putin's aggression is going nowhere as this war reaches its first anniversary'
Tom Clonan
13 killed in building collapse in Syrian city
All time
Tom Clonan: Russia cannot ‘win’ this war on Ukraine - so what can we expect in 2023?
Tom Clonan
EU parliament president: In times of crisis, we need hope - here's what we can do for Ukraine
Roberta Metsola
Paulo Bento proud to sing both national anthems as he faces home nation
Life in Ukraine: 'When soldiers broke into my mother's house, she simply asked not to kill her'
Polina Bashkina
Ukraine frontline: 'Everybody needs to be at least this good, so you don’t hurt your friends'
Tom Clonan: Losing Kherson is a huge blow for Russia that will embolden the Ukrainian army
Tom Clonan
Opinion: The war in Ukraine is also a war on nature
Polina Bashkina
Donnacha Ó Beacháin: 'Fake Russia Great Again' is surely Putin's new motto
Donnacha Ó Beacháin
Tom Clonan: Putin has made another strategic blunder but this is a dangerous moment
Tom Clonan
Tom Clonan: Putin’s military miscalculations in Ukraine may prove to be his undoing
Tom Clonan
Tom Clonan: Only Putin knows how far he is willing to go to win his futile war in Ukraine
Tom Clonan
Tom Clonan: Time is running out for Putin in Ukraine and this makes him dangerous
Tom Clonan
'The conflict takes two forms': How worsening droughts are fuelling tensions in Kenya
Opinion: Those already starving are feeling the ripple effects of the war in Ukraine
Dualta Roughneen
Conflict, climate crisis and Covid-19 escalate child malnutrition emergency - UNICEF
Billy Kelleher: I've seen mass graves in Bucha - I never thought such depravity would return to Europe
Billy Kelleher