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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# peaceful protest

Last year
Two US army veterans fined €5,000 for anti-war protest at Shannon Airport in 2019
The two men were found guilty of interfering with the operation, safety or management of an airport yesterday.
All time
Thousands gather in peaceful rallies in solidarity with Palestine across Ireland today
Protestors gathered at the Spire on O’Connell’s street earlier this afternoon before marching to the Israeli embassy.
Mets and Marlins stage walk-off after 42 seconds of silence
The teams made a strong statement on the eve of MLB’s Jackie Robinson Day.
Taoiseach says any protests against expected Trump visit 'allowed and welcomed'
Both the Labour party and the Social Democrats have spoken out against Trump’s visit, stating he is “not welcome in Ireland”.
Yesterday's 12th of July was the 'most peaceful for some years and a model for years to come'
However, Sinn Féin is angry that a coffin with an effigy of Martin McGuinness was spotted on a loyalist bonfire.
Deputy Lord Mayor cleared of charges over Greyhound protest
Perry, who is also Deputy Lord Mayor, was supporting the 78 workers involved in the dispute.
77-year-old man faces seven years in jail for giving flowers to protestors
The former teacher was unaware he was wanted by police until his arrest on Sunday.
Protest planned outside Tallaght garda station in support of the 'Jobstown 23'
The activist who is organising the event asked supporters to bring “whistles, blowers, pots and pans, drums”…
Protester tears up anti-Islam banner at Clonskeagh Mosque march
Gardaí confirm there were no incidents at today’s demonstration.
Joan on Jobstown: 'When I was in that car I was worried about the parallels with fascism'
The Tánaiste has been speaking about her experience at the hands of water protesters last month.
Does Paul Murphy think he's too posh to represent working people?
The Socialist TD’s background has come under scrutiny in the wake of his involvement in the Jobstown protest last weekend.
Paul Murphy: It would have been peaceful to hold Joan Burton for 12 hours
The Socialist TD has defended his actions in Saturday’s controversial protest.
Opinion: We have every right to be angry over water charges – but not to be violent
Violence and intimidation against elected representatives – or anyone else – is not the way to agitate for fair treatment.
'The banks are stinkers': Senator Norris joins protest at Dublin auctioneers
The organisers were asking the auctioneers to agree that no properties will be offered for sale where there is a legal dispute.
900 gardaí to help keep the peace at the G8 summit in Co Fermanagh
World leaders like Barack Obama, Angela Merkel, David Cameron and Vladimir Putin will attend the summit next month.
Syria Through a Lens: life of slain filmmaker and activist honoured
The one-year anniversary of the death of young journalist Bassel Shehadeh, who was killed in a shelling attack by Syrian government forces, will be marked by a worldwide commemoration of his life and work.
The story behind the giant banner on St Stephen's Green
You may have seen the picture of Abdulhadi Al Khawaja – but do you know why a three-storey-high banner of him is hanging from a building in the centre of Dublin?