# Foreign Affairs

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Costello says Gilmore has the 'strongest credentials' for European Commissioner job
In one of his last outings, Eamon Gilmore to discuss what to do in Iraq with other EU ministers
Travelling to Thailand? Irish citizens advised to 'exercise extreme caution'
Irish people abroad really want one thing from the old country
Shutting down social media and 11 other motions at the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis
Irish? Living abroad? Eamon Gilmore wants to hear from you
'Not appropriate' to cut Irish aid to Uganda over anti-gay laws
Racing rule Sexton out of Italy game, IRFU say he might still make it
Column: We've been given an opportunity to re-think our values as a nation... so what are they?
1.5 billion people gained access to more Irish produce last year
Column: Ireland is reviewing its foreign policy – but it's asking the wrong questions
Venezuela's youth are abandoning their homeland, Ireland is their destination
Cabinet will agree on legal services Bill "when we're ready to" --- Gilmore
Gilmore: No problem with Sabina Higgins prison visit to Margaretta D'Arcy
Serie A: Slick Juve too good for Roma
Big jump in the number of Irish people getting married abroad
100 tonnes of Irish aid due to arrive in the Philippines
Column: What is the role of human rights and foreign policy in a changing world?
Gilmore: Irish people expect us to play our full part in Philippines relief effort
Ireland ceased funding for Iran anti-drug programme over death penalty concerns
Government announces further €1 million in aid for Syria refugees
Irish news producer freed by Egypt police after being held for five days
Halawa siblings could find out today if they will be freed
Gilmore: Syria needs a political solution - not a military invasion
Irish citizens told to avoid all non-essential travel to Egypt as violence escalates
Two Passport Office employees questioned in passport fraud investigation
Embassy maintenance and repairs cost the taxpayer €5.7 million in 2011 and 2012
EU's foreign ministers still can't decide whether to arm Syria's rebels
No, really: Russia says somebody stole its Eurovision votes
The Irish government is giving €2.5m for the humanitarian crisis in Mali
Gilmore to meet John Kerry in Washington today
PHOTOS: Sixteen police officers hurt in Belfast clashes
'Collusion at senior levels' of Ugandan government agencies led to aid fraud - report
Ugandan prime minister: 'I didn't receive misappropriated Irish money'
Ireland suspends aid to Uganda after report suggests €4m fraud
Foreign Affairs committee members visit Sierra Leone
Syrian refugees tell of "indiscriminate violence"
Tánaiste briefing Committee ahead of Foreign Affairs Council meeting
Shoes, health insurance top ups and school fees - public service allowances revealed
EU council urges resumption of Israel-Palestine negotiations