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# Security concerns

This year
FF politicians call for security improvements at Leinster House
A number of members recounted incidences in which they were shouted at and felt harassed leaving and entering the Houses of the Oireachtas.
All time
UK gives green light to limited 5G role for China's Huawei
A decision on whether to allow the Chinese company to roll out 5G infrastructure is expected this week.
Garda Commissioner says he can't talk about HQ jeep crash because of personal security concerns
The jeep was involved in an incident late last month.
Is the EU actually heading towards having its own army?
This week the EU and Nato made their first ever joint declaration on security.
10-year-girl flies across Russia with no ID or ticket
It sounds a bit like a scene from Home Alone.
'Two of my colleagues were robbed on a beach so as long as it's a safe Olympics I'll be happy'
BBC pundit Colin Jackson remains wary of the security threat hanging over this summer’s Olympic Games.
'It’s not ideal. People have paid a lot of money for tickets' - O'Neill on prospect of playing behind closed doors
The Ireland boss admits they will have no alternative but to comply with the extreme measures if they are taken at Euro 2016.
Ireland carefully consider security risks after being offered Australia's place at World Cup
The tournament is being staged in Bangladesh at the end of this month.
Police worried about the Jewish community in UK after Paris attacks
Security and patrols are being stepped up.
Shelling of UN school in Gaza 'must be investigated'
Ban Ki-Moon called the attack “absolutely unacceptable”.
Dropbox distances itself from claims that 7 million accounts were hacked
The cloud-storage service issued a statement, saying it wasn’t hacked and that usernames and passwords were stolen from other services.
Why is airport security different around the world?
Shoes off? Laptops out? One shoe on? Laptop half in the bag, half out?
UK: Jobseekers could be remotely monitored on compulsory website
The website allows unemployed users to upload a CV to be matched to suitable job openings.
U-turn on Derry's All-Ireland Fleadh bid welcomed
The Ulster Council of Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Éireann has reversed its decision to turn down the bid over security concerns.