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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Embargo

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Positive news for League of Ireland supporters as RTÉ highlights embargo is finally lifted
Airtricity League clubs are now free to upload goals onto their social media channels the same night games take place.
600 assassination attempts and still going strong - Fidel Castro turns 90 today
The ‘father of the Cuban Revolution’ has recently re-emerged into the public eye after a decade in the shadows.
53 years after the infamous missile crisis, you can now finally fly to Cuba from the US
The two nations have struck a deal allowing 110 daily flights after they formally restored diplomatic relations last July.
Explainer: What's the new deal between the US and Cuba?
Wondering what’s going on between the US and Cuba? Find out here…
Cork County Council may ditch controversial JobBridge scheme
The Council are set to vote on a motion that could make the local authority one of the first in the country to stop using the Government backed internships.
Barcelona unable to sign players until January 2016 as FIFA upholds transfer ban
Catalan club set to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Here's how Russia's ban on most EU food imports affects Ireland...
The ban comes after Western countries imposed sanctions against Moscow over its policy on Ukraine.
Boeing is allowed to sell spare aircraft parts to Iran - but not new planes
This is the first time the US has issued a license of this kind since the 1979 embargo.
Oxfam urges EU foreign ministers to extend the arms embargo on Syria
Transferring more weapons to Syria can only “exacerbate a hellish scenario for civilians” says Oxfam, who say extending the embargo would avoid fuelling an arms race.
Activists on intercepted Gaza-bound boat claim Israel used tasers
The Israeli army has denied the claim, by lawyers representing passengers on a boat that included five international MPs.
Lift garda recruitment embargo to help fight crime, says O'Brien
The Sinn Féin justice spokesman also said that civilians could take over garda admin roles to free them up for front line duties.
Mali braces for fuel shortages amid post-coup sanctions
The West African nation’s neighbours have closed their borders and frozen Mali’s account at the regional central bank following the military coup.
How will the EU embargo on Iranian oil exports affect petrol prices?
We take a look at how the embargo imposed on Iran will affect prices at the pump.
EU agrees oil embargo against Iran over nuclear programme
British Foreign Secretary William Hague said it was part of an “unprecedented set of sanctions” against Iran.
Rugby stars agree to Twitter blackout
Irish players agree to an informal policy which restricts their online engagement around game time.