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# Peacekeepers

Last month
April 2024
Ireland to increase number of peacekeepers deployed to south Lebanon to beef up security
This year
As Irish soldiers depart, peace looks as remote as ever in the violence-ravaged Golan
The Journal recently travelled to Syria to visit Irish troops peacekeeping on the contested Golan.
'Mammoth task': How Ireland will move €23m of kit back from Syria next month
The Irish Defence Forces is ending its ten year involvement in peacekeeping in Syria next month.
'I hated every second of my civilian job': Irish troops on what it's like to work on the Golan
Niall O’Connor reports from the Golan Heights, where Irish troops have been receiving their service medals today.
Last year
Irish troops arrive home from Lebanon deployment as UNIFIL confirms attack on peacekeepers
All time
What is known so far about the death of Irish peacekeeper Seán Rooney in Lebanon
Doing our part: a small team of Irish troops on the frontline between Lebanon and Israel
Government spent almost €3 million on chartered flights to send Irish troops abroad
Irish troops took shelter as Israel traded rockets and artillery fire with Palestinian groups
Three UN peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic ahead of national polls
'You should be proud': Taoiseach visits Irish troops serving in Lebanon this Christmas
Fourteen UN peacekeepers killed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Defence Forces honoured with award for humanitarian and peacekeeping efforts
Irish troops could free up France to fight Isis
Man arrested over 1980 murders of Irish soldiers in Lebanon
Irish peacekeepers are going to train their African counterparts
The situation in the Golan Heights is going from bad to worse
UN confirms militants have released kidnapped UN peacekeepers
Irish peacekeepers safe but "on high alert" after Golan Heights kidnappings
Ireland sends €2 million to South Sudan as 4 million people face starvation
Central African Republic is 'on verge of genocide'
Fallen Irish peacekeepers commemorated
UN condemns attack on peacekeepers in Ivory Coast
Bomb wounds five UN peacekeepers in Lebanon
UN peacekeeping force 'brought cholera to Haiti'