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# Gaffe
Embarrassing error as Albanian team incorrectly applies for Irish visas for game in Belfast
Reports in local media suggested the Champions League qualifier between Crusaders and Skenderbeu would be postponed.
# political science
Ultras, nihilism and Kosovo: Jonathan Wilson on the midweek violence in Belgrade
The acclaimed football journalist and author provides an insight into Tuesday’s abandoned Euro 2016 qualifier between Serbia and Albania.
# Norway
Anders Behring Breivik wants to study political science at Oslo University
The man behind the terrorist atrocities that left 77 people dead in July 2011 has applied to study at the University of Oslo.
# Greece
International students flock to Greece to study crisis
The country has become a case study for those studying economics, political science and journalism.
# Assassinations
Secret agents and magnetic bombs: the how and why of modern assassinations
Do assassinations achieve their political aims and how do agents really carry them out?
Column: Nobody likes the party whips – but our democracy needs them
TDs are often blamed for toeing their party line, writes Eoin O’Malley, but the alternatives would be even worse.
# political science
Irish voters trust Gardaí and RTÉ most, banks and political parties least
Results of a comprehensive survey of Irish voters also show that people want fewer TDs, value local interaction highly, and don’t want the electoral system to change.
# Faroe tale
It's official: Faroe Islands are better than Wales following masters student's investigative work
Brian Kerr’s side have been rewarded for their recent 2-0 win over Estonia.