# War

3rd March 2024
Mother loses infant twins, her husband, and 11 other relatives in Israeli airstrike
Last month
February 2024
'Ireland has become a second home for me': Ukrainians building careers in Ireland
Opinion: Helping Ukrainians flee war along with their pets is the right thing to do
Tom Clonan: An emboldened Putin and a possible Trump return pose real dangers for Europe
This year
Irish Government will 'consider' joining genocide case against Israel after preliminary stage
Kittens & Current Affairs: 'Try not to look away from a world in flames, no matter how tempting'
Israel continues bombardment of Gaza with at least 165 people killed in 24 hours
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards also said four of its members were killed by a strike in Syria that it blamed on Israel.
Last year
Tom Clonan: A defeated Ukraine would be a military and political disaster for the EU and NATO
Opinion: We are living in difficult times – but we must not give up hope
Ukraine: 'This is the second Christmas our children made just one wish, to see their Dad again'
Tom Clonan: Gaza has become hell on earth, while the world just watches
Ukrainian troops establish position on occupied bank of Dnipro river
Irish diplomats working behind the scenes in hope of freeing kidnapped Emily Hand
'We can't wait for Europe to get its act together': Taoiseach told Ireland must take action on Israel
Ex-Aston Villa player sacked after posts on Israel-Hamas war
Tánaiste: Escalation in Lebanon a 'great concern' as Irish soldiers deploy for peace mission
Israeli PM Netanyahu says ceasefire in Gaza would be 'surrender to Hamas'
Concern that tented accommodation options for Ukrainian refugees are running out ahead of winter
Russia's defence minister flies into embattled eastern Ukraine
First humanitarian aid rolls into Gaza as Israel vows to increase air strikes
A city at war: Trauma, pride and a difficult defiance on the streets of Kyiv
The Irish living and working in the city are war crimes investigators, policing reform specialists and refugee aid workers.
The Irish footprint in Kyiv is a symbol of the country's soft power.
Ukraine says its forces have punctured Russian defence lines near Bakhmut
South-east Ukraine is now main focus of fighting, says Russia
Court rules that Ukrainian girl brought to Ireland by her mother be returned to her native country
Cluster munitions from US arrive in Ukraine
Dr Edward Burke: 'We may cherish our neutrality but we cannot ignore the changing world'
Biden: No easy path for Ukraine to join NATO alliance
Donnacha Ó Beacháin: The Moscow drone attacks will have a profound effect on Russia’s elite
Tom Clonan: Ukraine's counter-offensive is imminent - but success will come at a terrible cost
Russian-held nuclear power plant in Ukraine switches to emergency generators
Tom Clonan: Zelenskyy's forces need to begin a push back against Russia in the coming days
Sudan conflict could force 800,000 people to flee, says UN
Barry Andrews: For every day of war in Ukraine, 30 days of landmine clearing will be required
Ukraine forces cross Dnieper River as experts speculate it may be first signs of spring offensive
Russian lawmakers back new digital conscription system
Ukraine and Russia each exchange 100 soldiers held as prisoners
Meet the protesters who've been demonstrating regularly at the Russian embassy for over a year
Moscow threatens to abandon Ukraine grain deal if global block on Russian exports continues
Slovakia joins Poland in donating jets to Ukraine
Russian advance may encounter heavy losses as Ukrainian snipers create 'killing zone’