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Minister Simon Coveney says he would 'understand' if he's reshuffled out of Foreign Affairs
Coveney received a text but not a 'formal invitation' to Zappone event at Merrion Hotel
Simon Coveney: ‘Calls to expel Israeli ambassador make no sense - issues get resolved by negotiation’
Cabinet to consider making Passport Office an essential service amid backlog of 90,000 requests
Coveney labels violence against Belarus protesters 'unacceptable' as opposition leader flees to Lithuania
Irish people travelling abroad should return 'as soon as possible', Coveney advises
Coveney criticises reports that EU could ask Ireland for tax reform to secure support on border issue
Minister tells Trump's security advisor: 'This travel ban has damaging consequences'
Government puts contingency plans in place after shock Brexit result
Middle-aged men are the biggest fans of the new passport card
That time an Irish minister got the UK's Northern Secretary so hammered he had to be walked around a park
'There are suspected jihadists in Ireland right now, but the threat is low'
Should flags have been flown at half-mast for King Abdullah?
Charlie Flanagan really doesn't want the United Kingdom to leave the EU
We'll soon be hearing a lot more about US Senator Gary Hart
Fresh talks on the horizon for Northern Ireland legacy issues
Flanagan: 'Our commitment to Irish abroad remains strong'
Irish peacekeepers are going to train their African counterparts
Flanagan meets with family of Ibrahim Halawa, insists Department is pressuring Egypt
EU to 'take stock' of its relationship with Russia in Ukraine crisis talks
1.5 billion people gained access to more Irish produce last year
Gilmore: Syria needs a political solution - not a military invasion
ESB International announces €30 million contract win in Turkey
Gilmore to host 'Invest in Ireland' business forum on second day of US trip
1982: Haughey, America and "The Troubles"
Comhghairdeas! New award to be given to high-achieving Irish abroad
Eamon Gilmore voices concern over escalating tensions in Gaza and Israel
Taoiseach: Government has a lot done, more to do
Govt backs sanctions against Iran on nuclear issues, but not Israel
Gilmore calls for end to Israeli blockade of Gaza
Eamon Gilmore begins visit to the Middle East
Gilmore: I'm not the invisible man
Tánaiste meets with Bulgarian Foreign Minister in Dublin