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# Lebanon

Last year
Women of Honour group have received no updates and await independent report
Civil unrest over political vacuum makes for tense Lebanon visit for Tánaiste
Govt doing all it can to accommodate refugees but numbers are unprecedented, says Martin
Tánaiste promises to ensure Women Of Honour report recommendations 'are fulfilled'
Tánaiste urges Irish troops to reach out for support following the death of Seán Rooney
'He was a gentleman': Seán Rooney's friends remember him as Tánaiste visits troops in Lebanon
Tánaiste to convey his sympathies to Irish troops on the loss Seán Rooney during Lebanon visit
Under the shadow of Hezbollah: 'I'm not naïve, I know political assassins are rarely found'
Hannah McCarthy
Trooper Shane Kearney no longer in critical condition after Lebanon attack
Seven people charged in Lebanon over attack that killed Private Seán Rooney last month
All time
Suspect arrested in relation to killing of Irish peacekeeper Sean Rooney
Lebanese ambassador sees 'no logic' in attack and calls killing of Pte. Rooney 'a criminal act'
Funeral honours 'national hero' and 'kind and loving' Private Seán Rooney in Dundalk
Lebanese investigators have identified suspects in Seán Rooney killing, judicial source says
Dundalk grapples with the death of a young soldier that has 'pierced its heart'
Trooper Shane Kearney, who was critically injured in Lebanon, has safely arrived in Ireland
South Lebanon: Proxy conflicts and economic collapse make Irish patrol area 'powder keg'
Funeral of Private Seán Rooney to take place on Thursday
Body of Private Seán Rooney arriving home tomorrow morning
Community leader in Lebanon pays tribute to 'hero' Private Seán Rooney
Two soldiers who received minor injuries in Lebanon convoy attack discharged from hospital
Irish military police to travel to Lebanon as three investigations get underway into fatal attack
What is known so far about the death of Irish peacekeeper Seán Rooney in Lebanon
Irish soldier killed in Lebanon after convoy vehicles were separated during routine patrol
Service to be held for injured Trooper Shane Kearney in native Killeagh this evening
'He was due back before Christmas': Tributes paid at the loss of Private Seán Rooney
Dáil observes a minute's silence for Irish soldier Seán Rooney
Israel and Lebanon strike 'historic' maritime border deal as Hezbollah call off threat of attack
At least 73 people dead as boat sinks off Syria's coast after leaving Lebanon
Investigation as civilian motorcyclist killed in Lebanon collision with Irish military vehicle
Large section of Beirut port silos collapses two years after explosion
First Ukraine grain shipment's arrival in Lebanon 'postponed'
Beirut port blast: Two-year quest for justice over warehouse explosion that killed 200 people
First Ukrainian grain shipment since invasion sails through Istanbul
First grain ship leaves Ukrainian port of Odesa
Beaches, black marketeers and migrant millionaires - the tragedy of Beirut
Doing our part: a small team of Irish troops on the frontline between Lebanon and Israel
Taoiseach visits Irish troops on peacekeeping mission in Lebanon
Irish officer: Ukraine crisis adding to challenges of Lebanese peacekeeping mission
Over 190 Irish troops return following six-month deployment to South Lebanon