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2023
'There is no safe haven': Over 60 journalists killed since start of Israel-Hamas conflict
The conflict is one of the deadliest for journalists in history.
Three hostages killed by Israeli troops were 'shirtless and carrying white cloth', IDF confirms
'Please bring him back': Wife of Irish citizen trapped in Gaza pleads for his safe return
EU Council ends without call for Gaza ceasefire as Taoiseach says bloc must 'insist on two-state solution'
Teenage boy shot dead by Israeli soldiers at West Bank hospital
RTÉ receives close to 500 emails calling on it to boycott Eurovision due to Israel’s involvement
The organisers of the Eurovision have described it as a ‘competition for broadcasters – not governments’.
Senior US official visits Israel to discuss 'timetables', as nine soldiers killed in ambush
The army has continued to meet heavy resistance in an offensive against Hamas that has drawn international outrage.
Israel says it will press on with Gaza offensive 'with or without international support'
Biden says Israel is ‘losing support’ over ‘indiscriminate bombing’ campaign
Overwhelming majority of countries at UN General Assembly backs demand for ceasefire in Gaza
The vote comes as Israeli forces continued to battle Hamas militants today and bombed more targets in the devastated Gaza Strip.
The UN estimates 1.9 million of Gaza's 2.4 million people have been displaced by the conflict, half of them children.
The Gaza health ministry updated the death toll in Gaza to 18,412, mostly women and children.
Pro-Palestinian demonstration held outside US ambassador’s residence in Dublin
'It's unconscionable': Politicians to boycott US ambassador’s Christmas party over 'Israeli bombardment'
Qatar 'continuing' to try renew war truce as US sends more tank ammunition to Israel
Israeli hostage allegedly killed in Gaza amid failed rescue operation
Head of UN agency for Palestine 'predicts the killing of staff' in Gaza
Israel forces squeeze Gaza's main cities as UN Security Council to consider urging ceasefire
The council is under acute pressure from Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to back an immediate ceasefire after weeks of war.
Tánaiste Micheál Martin has said Ireland will co-sponsor the resolution on Gaza before the UN Security Council today.
Weeks of fighting have left 17,177 people dead in Gaza, according to the latest toll from Hamas which rules the coastal strip.
Debunked: Photo of a child actor is not proof that Palestinians are faking casualties
Heavy urban fighting rages around Gaza's biggest cities as today marks two months since 7 October attack
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has invoked a rare measure to seek a ceasefire, sparking anger from Israel.
The death toll has soared to 17,177 according to the Gaza health ministry.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said troops had closed in on the Khan Yunis home of Hamas's Gaza chief.
Air strikes also rained down on Rafah city in the far south, near the Egyptian border.
Dublin City has twinned with Ramallah in Palestine
UN chief uses rare power to demand immediate ceasefire in Gaza
Taoiseach: 'EU far too passive for far too long over Middle East conflict'
Richard Boyd Barrett defends remarks labelling Israel a ‘filthy, racist regime’
Documents retrieved from Hamas by Israel reveal 7 October attacks were planned years in advance
The devices and documents were discovered by Israeli intelligence officers.
International concern deepens over civilian death toll as Israel expands offensive in Gaza
Palestinian flag to be flown over Dublin city hall from tomorrow for seven days
'They can't leave Gaza': The Palestinians fighting for climate in face of Israel's violations
“We had lots of initiatives from youth and from women who were going to talk about their work here – but they can’t leave Gaza.”
Fresh Israeli bombardment of Gaza as Hamas and Islamic Jihad launch rockets into Israel
Israel resumes fighting in Gaza, with airstrikes and artillery fire reported as truce expires
Mediators working to extend truce as Israel army investigates Hamas report of baby hostage death
Request to fly Palestinian flag in Leinster House refused as Govt accused of 'double standards'
Debunked: Old footage from Egypt shared with false claims it shows Israel storming Gaza hospital
Eight-year-old boy and teenager shot dead in West Bank, say Palestinian health ministry
Israel and Hamas agree two-day extension to Gaza truce as 11 more Israeli hostages freed
Biden 'horrified' after three Palestinian college students shot in Vermont
Israel-Hamas ceasefire to begin tomorrow morning, Qatar says
Doctor at Gaza's Al-Shifa hospital says its director was arrested by Israel
Varadkar: 'I’m not sure if the Israeli government listens to anyone anymore'
Taoiseach hears views of Arab and Islamic reps at meeting about Israel-Hamas war
Varadkar: 'We can’t continue to aid Palestine and trade with Israel in the way we've done in the past'
Father of Irish-Israeli child hostage Emily Hand says he is living through ‘nightmare’