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This year
'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.
Ireland's troops are leaving the Golan - we may see a move to smaller 'more impactful' missions
News Correspondent Niall O’Connor spoke to Major General Adrian Ó Murchú in Syria about the future of peacekeeping.
'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.
Irish Army Major General begins week-long visit to troops in Syria as Ireland ends UN mission
The activities of Israel and Hamas have had “huge implications” for UNDOF peacekeepers in the region since 7 October.
Last year
Defence Forces to participate in UN peacekeeping mission in Syria until next spring
All time
Government renews approval for Irish peacekeeping missions in Syria and Kosovo
After facing a delay, Irish troops will return home from Golan Heights and Syria this evening
Return of 119 troops from Syria delayed for two weeks over error in clearance to travel through Lebanon
Concern for Irish troops in Syria as Russia and US plan safe zone
Coveney satisfied UN will review Irish troops' Golan Heights mission
Coveney confirms Irish troops will return to Golan Heights amid increased tensions
The rebel group holding 45 UN soldiers wants to be taken off the UN's terror list
Irish soldiers "safe and accounted for" after daring rescue mission
Peacekeepers clash with Syrian rebels at Golan Heights
Irish peacekeepers safe but "on high alert" after Golan Heights kidnappings
Filipino UN peacekeepers defy Syrian rebels in Golan Heights standoff
Irish peacekeeping troops experiencing 'some harassment' in Syria
Irish troops 'fully committed to Golan Heights task' - Shatter
Explainer: What are Irish troops doing in Syria?
Irish troops arrive in Syria for UNDOF mission after three week delay
UN delays Irish troops heading to the Golan Heights by three weeks
Shatter to review troops ahead of Syria deployment
Irish soldiers ‘trained, ready, focussed and looking forward’ to Syria mission
Irish troops to deploy to Syria in early September