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Lack of transparency harming Ireland’s vital election observer role
Ireland an outlier in decision to halt election observer role during Covid
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'You're not screening for them': Concern that trafficked Irish children are falling through the cracks
American security monitor killed by landmine in rebel-held east Ukraine
Australian and Dutch police scrap MH17 site visit over security worries
Nine soldiers killed as Ukraine helicopter shot down
Second European team of monitors reported missing in eastern Ukraine
Kidnapped observers freed in Ukraine
Pro-Russian rebels present peace-keeping 'prisoners of war' to international media
The Pope, Russia and America are all calling for efforts to de-escalate Ukraine crisis
Concerns that some embassies may be exploiting domestic workers
The EU's poorest country is voting in a snap general election today
Ireland's undocumented to be discussed during meeting of Foreign Affairs Committee
Hillary Clinton leaves for Belfast to discuss peace process
Pics: Anti-war protesters burn US flag in Dublin city centre
The Evening with added dogs who can drive
Anti-war protest planned outside OSCE dinner at Dublin Castle
Clinton tells Dublin meeting: 'I'm concerned for future of OSCE'
LIVE: Ireland hosts OSCE meeting of the world’s foreign ministers
Hillary Clinton, world foreign ministers meeting in Dublin today
Hillary Clinton to give human rights speech at DCU
Clinton, Hague and Lavrov to meet Gilmore in Dublin next week
Hillary Clinton among over 50 foreign ministers to visit Dublin in December
'The outcome was never in doubt,' says Irish TD who observed Russian vote
'Internet freedom' is Government priority, Gilmore tells UN
Tánaiste to travel to US for United Nations meetings