Dublin

By IndepthAfrica
In Djibouti
Apr 16th, 2013
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In a hard-hitting speech, Ireland’s president calls for international framework to regulate land acquisitions in developing countries by Mark Tran Ireland’s president has called for a strong regulatory framework to cover land deals, the transfer of water and speculation on food commodities to address...
By IndepthAfrica
In Rugby
Jan 25th, 2013
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FORM SINCE 2012 SIX NATIONS v New Zealand (Auckland) – Lost 42-10 v New Zealand (Christchurch) – Lost 22-19 v New Zealand (Hamilton) – Lost 60-0 v South Africa (Dublin) – Lost 16-12 v Fiji (Limerick) – Won 53-0 v Argentina (Dublin) – Won 46-24 DID YOU KNOW? Ireland...
By IndepthAfrica
In Rugby
Jan 25th, 2013
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FORM SINCE 2012 SIX NATIONS v South Africa (Durban) – Lost 22-17 v South Africa (Johannesburg) – Lost 36-27 v South Africa (Port Elizabeth) – Drew 14-14 v Fiji (Twickenham) – Won 54-12 v Australia (Twickenham) – Lost 20-14 v South Africa (Twickenham) – Lost 16-15 v...
By benim
In News
Sep 12th, 2011
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Harare – Lawyers for a prominent Zimbabwean human rights activist say state security officials prevented him from leaving the southern African nation for a conference in Ireland on rights violations. Lawyers for Farai Maguwu said on Sunday that his airline boarding pass was seized on Saturday a...
By benim
In Miscellaneous
Aug 17th, 2011
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French film actor Gerard Depardieu was caught short on a Paris to Dublin flight and chose not to bother going to the toilet before relieving himself, airline CityJet told AFP on Wednesday. “I will only confirm that he, in effect, urinated in the plane,” a spokeswoman for the Air France-KL...
By benim
In Europe
May 17th, 2011
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DUBLIN – Police and Army officials say a bomb found on a bus has been made safe Tuesday, hours before Queen Elizabeth II was due to arrive in Dublin. The device was found in the luggage compartment of a bus traveling on the outskirts of Maynooth in County Kildare west of Dublin, officials said. It [&...