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# cooperation

This year
Eamon Ryan raises human rights concerns with Chinese counterpart, but says cooperation is essential
Ryan was speaking to TheJournal in Beijing today.
Last year
Six EU countries send firefighters to help battle French wildfires
361 foreign firefighters were dispatched to assist their 1,100 French colleagues deployed in the worst-hit part of the French southwest.
Japan-US marine combat drills held amid fears over Chinese and Russian activity
Training was held near Mount Fuji as the allies strengthen military cooperation.
All time
Irish ambulance crews lend support in Northern Ireland amid strained health services
The Irish National Ambulance Service is working with crews in the North over the weekend.
Governments north and south sign memorandum of understanding to boost Covid-19 cooperation
Both jurisdictions will aim to adopt “similar approaches” where appropriate, Minister Simon Harris said.
Covid-19: Taoiseach and Harris hold conference call with authorities in Northern Ireland
There is only one confirmed case on the island of Ireland so far.
Garda College spending €15k to train European cops how to speak English like a police officer
The three-week course will “provide an opportunity for gardaí to work with their European counterparts”.
Are the British and Irish armies teaming up?
A new agreement aims to bring about greater cooperation between the two armies.
EU calls on Russia to work with new Ukraine president
The EU has applied visa bans and asset freezes to a series of high-profile Russian and Ukrainian figures.
TDs to brief Scots on EU membership but have 'no desire to impact' referendum
Scottish MSPs looking at independence proposals will hold a video conference this morning with Oireachtas members.
Do you like to tell a fib? Don't worry, it's part of evolution
Trinity College scientists have found that humans’ ability to lie to each other may have evolved because of our cooperative nature.
LIVE: British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly takes place in Dublin
The 44th plenary session of the group, which includes members from Britain, Ireland and crown dependencies, is being held in the Seanad chamber for the first time.
14th EU-China Summit to focus on 'strengthening cooperation'
Eurozone debt, carbon charges and EU’s embargo on Iranian oil are all expected to be discussed during the summit.