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This month
July 2024
Ireland preparing plans to evacuate Irish troops from South Lebanon 'should the need arise'
The Tánaiste said the threat of an Israeli invasion and activity by Hezbollah has initiated contingency planning.
This year
Danger still high for Irish troops but no change to 'force posture' following Govt diplomatic move
Close to 350 Irish troops are deployed on peacekeeping duties in South Lebanon.
Ireland to increase number of peacekeepers deployed to south Lebanon to beef up security
Four UN peacekeepers injured after explosion in southern Lebanon
Last year
Remembrance mass to be held for Irish soldier killed in Lebanon last year
Irish troops arrive home from Lebanon deployment as UNIFIL confirms attack on peacekeepers
Irish army peacekeepers in South Lebanon rescue journalists after suspected Israeli bombing
Tánaiste: Escalation in Lebanon a 'great concern' as Irish soldiers deploy for peace mission
Hezbollah denies involvement in killing of Pte Seán Rooney in Lebanon
Private Seán Rooney to be honoured with posthumous award at UN ceremony
Trooper Shane Kearney to undergo what's 'hopefully' his last surgery
Irish troops safe in bomb shelters as Israel attacks targets north of UNIFIL camp
Tánaiste to convey his sympathies to Irish troops on the loss Seán Rooney during Lebanon visit
Trooper Shane Kearney no longer in critical condition after Lebanon attack
All time
South Lebanon: Proxy conflicts and economic collapse make Irish patrol area 'powder keg'
Dáil observes a minute's silence for Irish soldier Seán Rooney
Investigation as civilian motorcyclist killed in Lebanon collision with Irish military vehicle
Taoiseach visits Irish troops on peacekeeping mission in Lebanon
Israel launches air strikes on Lebanon in response to rocket attacks
Irish troops took shelter as Israel traded rockets and artillery fire with Palestinian groups
Peacekeepers' killings in Lebanon led government to halt Israeli plans to open Irish embassy
'You should be proud': Taoiseach visits Irish troops serving in Lebanon this Christmas
'It’s tough to be away from home': Varadkar visiting Irish troops in Lebanon
Irish peacekeeping troops 'safe and accounted for' after death of Spanish soldier
Ireland had almost three bomb disposals a week last year
Tribute paid to 47 Irish troops who lost their lives in Lebanon
Hello soldiers: Taoiseach to meet the troops serving in Lebanon
Shatter says Syrian war is making Lebanon ‘increasingly unstable’
1982: A year of tragedy for Irish soldiers in the Lebanon
In pictures: Irish troops arrive home to smiles and smooches
Irish troops return from UN mission in Lebanon
Bombs, Skype, and no tea: What Christmas is like for the Irish troops in Lebanon
Roadside bomb injures French UN peacekeepers in Lebanon
Column: ‘Next I boil 300 eggs’ – a day in the life of an army chef
Cpl Joe Agnew
McAleese to meet Irish troops in Lebanon on final official trip
Lebanon bomb that killed Irish soldiers could have been detected – report
Column: ‘Breakfast is Lebanese porridge and UHT milk’ – an Irish soldier’s diary
Cpl Alan Rigney
Bomb wounds five UN peacekeepers in Lebanon
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Two hundred Irish troops heading for Lebanon in the morning