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Turkey warns EU to stick to past migrant deals amid fears of Afghan refugee wave
EU says there will be no renegotiation of the Protocol, after UK suggests 'significant change'
EU to launch action against Hungary over law discriminating against LGBTQ citizens
Former EU chief Donald Tusk wins leadership of Poland’s strongest opposition party
UK and EU set to sign last minute truce to hold off ‘sausage war’ trade dispute
Airline passenger rights 'not protected' in the EU during pandemic, report says
Taoiseach tells story of gay Drogheda teenager at EU summit, as pressure ramps up on Hungary over new law
‘Weeping for this country’: Struggle continues in Hungary as Ireland joins Europe in stance against anti-LGBT+ bill
Hailed by Brexiteers, loathed by farmers — Just how big a deal is the UK's new Australian free trade agreement?
EU recommends countries lift travel restrictions on US tourists
Explainer: What does the EU Covid Cert mean for travel this summer?
EU urged to be ‘pragmatic, not bloody-minded’ over Brexit dispute
Greece, Germany and five other countries kick off EU Covid travel certificates early
Tensions rise between Spain and Morocco over record number of migrants
EU Commission proposes reopening of external borders
Almost half of Irish people don't have confidence in the EU's Covid-19 vaccines strategy
EU pledges support for Ukraine amid Russian military buildup along borders
Hungary death toll remains high despite impressive vaccination campaign
Remember the plan to stop twice-yearly clock changes across the EU? Well, it's stalled - here's why
Ireland makes final repayment on £3.2 billion crash-era loan from the UK, says NTMA
EU tightens Covid vaccine export rules, union and UK pledge to seek 'win-win' in jab dispute
EU criticises AstraZeneca over production shortfalls amid action warning
Coveney had 'blunt' conversation with UK government over move to extend NI Protocol grace period
Reader Q&A: What do you want to know about the Covid-19 vaccines and their roll-out in Ireland?
'The refrigerators will be empty:' Has the EU vaccine strategy gone off the rails?
Ireland to receive 300,000 fewer vaccine doses to April due to supply issues
UK government says there'll be 'no interruption' to vaccine supply amid EU row
Amid shortfall, European Commission demands to know who AztraZeneca has delivered vaccine doses to
'We won't accept this': Post-Brexit trade agreement disappoints Irish fishing industry
A post-Brexit trade deal looks imminent as speculation mounts about an announcement
UK and Singapore sign free trade deal
UK demands 'more realism' from European Union as Brexit talks tick towards deadline in Brussels
Covid-19: EU to sign contract with German pharmaceutical company for fifth potential vaccine
Taoiseach says no Brexit deal would be 'ruinous' for UK as Downing Street says 'time is in short supply'
How does Ireland compare? How other European countries are handling a surge in Covid-19 cases
Dutch prime minister orders bars and restaurants to close in new 'partial lockdown'
EU members green light 'colour coded' travel policy
'A notable shock': Pandemic impact on Ireland's domestic economy worse than most other EU countries, says ESRI
Mairéad McGuinness tells EU hearing she wants a 'fair and sustainable' tax system
Swiss voters appear to reject proposal to limit number of EU citizens living and working in country