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# Solidarity

This year
Crowds gather in solidarity with playground stabbing victims in French alpine town
Four young children and two adults were stabbed by a knifeman in Annecy, France, on Thursday.
Real Madrid unite behind Vinicius Junior with clear message over racism
Rodrygo struck in the 89th minute to send Madrid second and bowed his head while lifting his fist in a “Black Power” salute.
Real Madrid unite behind Vinicus Junior with clear message over racism
Rodrygo struck in the 89th minute to send Madrid second and bowed his head while lifting his fist in a “Black Power” salute.
'Lads in that position have no job security... fair play to the lads in Wales'
Jack Conan says the Netflix cameras haven’t been a distraction in Ireland camp.
Minute's applause held at Armagh-Mayo GAA match in memory of Natalie McNally
Fans from both counties could be seen rising to their feet at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh to applaud.
Last year
Mayo to 'consider all other options' for LGBTQ+ support after jersey request rejected
Their request to include rainbow-coloured numbers on the jerseys was denied by the GAA.
Bayern Munich fans show support for opposition player and Iran protesters
Sardar Azmoun was introduced off the bench for Bayer Leverkusen.
Zelenskyy heaps praise on Boris Johnson as ‘true friend’ leaves office
The Ukrainian president has said he was ‘concerned’ when he found out there would be a new administration.
Why Irish football must unite when it comes to selling players to England
Bohemians’ Chief Operating Officer Daniel Lambert chats to The42 about the contentious issues of transfers to clubs across the water.
Taoiseach holds meeting with Zelenskyy after visiting devastated towns around Kyiv on Ukraine trip
Micheál Martin travelled to the Ukrainian capital to witness sites that have been devastated by the Russian army.
The Taoiseach arrived in Kyiv this morning on a visit to discuss how Ireland and the EU can support Ukraine.
He has visited the town of Borodyanka in the Kyiv province, which Russia heavily hit in the early weeks of its invasion.
"The people of Ireland stand with Ukraine and its people in the face of Russia’s immoral and unprovoked war of terror," he said.
At least two killed after 'massive' Russian shelling in Ukrainian city of Sloviansk
Nato hails 'historic day' as membership process for Sweden and Finland launched
Meaningful action must follow Ní Mhuircheartaigh and Co. speaking out
The Kerry star is pictured on the front of the county’s Centre of Excellence, though her team’s access to the facility has been limited.
People Before Profit TDs didn't clap Zelenskyy's speech in protest over sanctions
“We can’t applaud calls for more sanctions which are hurting ordinary Russians and only bolstering the Putin regime at home.”
'It shows the generosity of people' - Roscommon GAA side unite to support Ukrainian team-mate
Nikita Berzins is a member of the Roscommon minor squad.
'Don't turn a blind eye on this': Large crowds in European cities listen to Zelenskyy appeal
The Ukrainian president appeared on video as he addressed thousands of people protesting against the war in several European cities.
No Irish football team will play Russia until further notice, FAI chiefs vow
The Association has offered its ‘full and unequivocal’ support to the Ukraine FA ahead of planned fixtures later this year.
Man United players plead for peace in Ukraine
Ukrainian flags were also waved among the crowd at Old Trafford as a show of support for the beleaguered nation.
'I cry for our people' - Ukrainian midfielder pays emotional tribute before Europa League heroics
Ruslan Malinovskyi displayed an anti-war message on his t-shirt after his goal for Atalanta.
All time
'If they are speaking up together, hopefully they can have a similar response to what our players did'
Ireland WNT assistant manager Tom Elmes was asked about the women’s rugby revolution and the parallels drawn with his team.
'It is quite raw given we have two current players that have been coached under the accused'
Captain Katie McCabe says it’s important the Ireland squad talk about the NWSL scandal and allegations that ‘shocked the world’ this week.
Calls for facilitation of 'peaceful protest' as Dublin 'Rally for Palestine' is cancelled after garda advice
The IPSC was planning to hold a “socially-distanced protest” at the Spire in Dublin.
Iain Henderson backs Billy Burns to bounce back from his kicking blunder
The Ireland out-half missed touch with the final kick of yesterday’s game – ending Ireland’s hopes of a sensational come-from-behind win.
PSG/Istanbul CL tie abandoned as players walk off in protest at alleged racist slur from official
The fourth official allegedly used a racist term toward Istanbul assistant Pierre Webo.
NBA postpone playoff games as players stage boycott in protest at police shooting
The Milwaukee Bucks did not show up on court for tonight’s game in protest at the shooting of unarmed African-American Jacob Blake in Wisconsin on Sunday.
Thierry Henry takes a knee for eight minutes and 46 seconds in MLS
The Frenchman kneeled for the length of time police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck in the lead-up to his death.
Ireland star O'Sullivan and Courage team-mates take a knee during US anthem as football returns Stateside
The Cork midfield maestro helped her side to a 2-1 victory.
Bundesliga's big four pledge €20 million in financial aid to other German clubs
The DFL will be responsible for deciding how the money is distributed among clubs in the top two divisions.
Klopp expresses sympathy for Guardiola and his players following Champions League ban
Manchester City have been hit with a two-season exclusion from European competition but the Liverpool boss wants his counterpart’s work to be respected.
Galway West PBP candidate suspended from party over claim he 'smashed phone'
Loughnane was one of Solidarity-PBP’s two candidates in the constituency.
'They wouldn't be forgiven': Varadkar confident EU27 won't veto Brexit extension
The threat of a no-deal Brexit still remains, but the Taoiseach is confident EU leaders will grant a Brexit extension.
Tusk tells EU: 'You cannot betray the 6 million people who signed the petition to revoke Article 50'
Tusk said today that the European Parliament must stand with pro-European Brits if the UK seeks an Article 50 extension.
'Everybody should be following the example set by nurses': Here's how to help nurses on the picket today
All the ways you can support nurses, from a simple beep of your horn to bringing them lunch.
Blocked sewer suspected to have caused 'major' fish kill along 5km stretch of river in north Dublin
A local councillor has called on Irish Water to explain how it will protect the river.
Fine Gael loses ground but still manages to increase lead over Fianna Fáil in latest opinion poll
It’s not good news for Micheál Martin heading into the next Dáil term.
Sweden's Sports Minister wears football jersey to parliament after World Cup player suffers racial attacks
Annika Strandhall wore a Jimmy Durmaz football jersey in parliament to show her support for the winger.
FA support Sterling for 'honest and heartfelt account' following gun tattoo outrage
The Man City star posted a message on Instagram explaining the meaning of the tattoo.
Bill to introduce factual sex education in schools progresses despite Fianna Fáil opposition
The bill seeks to introduce information on sexuality, gender and consent to all schools regardless of ethos.
'I find it cynical, ignorant': Efforts made to rename Sligo halting site The Gaza Strip
A local member of the Travelling community wants to name the site out of solidarity with the plight of Palestinians.
'Religious groups shouldn't be involved in sex education'
Proposed legislation seeks to remove religious ethos from sex education in schools.
'See no homeless, hear no homeless, help no homeless': Paul Murphy hits out at government approach
Solidarity TDs have launched a Bill that aims to prevent the installation of anti-homeless devices.
'Love will unite us': Friends of Argentinians who died in New York terror attack pay emotional tribute
After a statement read yesterday, the men who’d been friends since secondary school were applauded.