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# Overseas

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Damien Comer will be back from travelling for start of new season
Greece, Germany and five other countries kick off EU Covid travel certificates early
Number of overseas passengers dropped by 76% this year
Boost for Rennie's Wallabies with tweak to policy on overseas-based players
104 people have had their Covid unemployment payment stopped due to international travel
NFL scraps four London games for coming season
President-elect not 'out of touch' with GAA, while New York's Tailteann Cup bid back on table
'Rassie has made a massive difference' - How Erasmus turned the Boks around
Enda's off to Chicago to promote Ireland
Italian politicians want jail for gay couples who use overseas surrogates
Irish patients are looking overseas for cheaper IVF treatment
Ireland gave more than €637m in overseas aid last year
We spent €35k last year monitoring elections in Tajikistan, Armenia and Azerbaijan
Transitions Optical warns of 60 redundancies as work moves to Asia
Why do tourists love Ireland? Clever marketing
Hundreds of Irish soldiers were exposed to asbestos while serving overseas
Ulster sign South African Wiehahn Herbst as long-term John Afoa replacement
Looks like The Gathering worked — last year was officially our best for tourism since 2008…
Ireland sends €120k more aid to Philippines
Support for Irish overseas aid "remains strong"
Is RTÉ to charge international viewers for watching online?
Irish organisation's evolving approach to overseas aid
Deadline approaches for €1 million Bord Bia graduate programme
Limerick company launches scholarship to fight skills shortage
72 per cent of Irish CEOs see overseas markets as more significant
Overseas students attending University of Limerick set to spend €15 million
Coach tourism sector "running at a loss"
Fewer visits to Ireland in early 2012
Irish tourism "in fragile state"
Higher Irish exports in February push trade surplus up 33 per cent