• New leader Irish nationalist Sinn Féin

    New leader Irish nationalist Sinn Féin

    dublin February 10, 2018 16:42 Hot Recent News

    The Irish nationalist party Sinn Féin has a new leader on Saturday after more than 34 years. At a congress of 2000 party members in Dublin, the party installed Mary Lou McDonald on Saturday as the successor of Gerry Adams.

  • Blasting Dundalk no terror

    dublin January 4, 2018 16:36 Hot Recent News

    The Irish police say they have found no evidence that the stabbing Wednesday in the street in Dundalk has anything to do with terrorism. The police announced that Thursday.

  • Irish government seems saved

    dublin November 28, 2017 14:54 Hot Recent News

    The Irish Deputy Prime Minister Frances Fitzgerald steps up. According to a colleague she filed her resignation during a cabinet meeting. In this way the politician probably prevents the government from falling.

  • For the connoisseur: fried Nutella burger

    dublin November 20, 2017 13:42 Hot Recent News

    Do you like hamburgers and do you love Nutella, then the Nutella burger might be something for you. Although such citizens have often surfaced, you can now get a deep-fried version in Dublin. Cost: 8.95 euros.

  • Gerry Adams away as leader Sinn Fein

    dublin November 18, 2017 21:24 Hot Recent News

    Gerry Adams steps up next year as leader of Sinn Fein that was long regarded as the political wing of the Irish Republican Army (IRA). Adams said Saturday at a party conference that he is not a candidate for the party in the next parliamentary elections.

  • IRA terrorist convicted after 21 years

    osnabruck October 25, 2017 14:57 Hot Recent News

    A former IRA terrorist was sentenced by the court in Osnabrück to a four-year cell for an assault that the man participated 21 years ago. Today, the 48-year-old Irishman attacked a British barracks in the German city on 28 June 1996 with four others.

  • Ireland sits for Hurricane Ophelia

    Ireland sits for Hurricane Ophelia

    dublin October 15, 2017 20:09 Hot Recent News

    Ireland gets rid of the hurricane Ophelia, possibly the heaviest storm since more than fifty years that hit the country. In many parts of the country, schools remain closed on Monday, reports the Irish Times. The highlight of the storm is expected between Monday 9:00 AM (10:00 AM Dutch time) and Tuesday 3:00 AM.

  • Ex-prophetball player dedicated to priest

    Ex-prophetball player dedicated to priest

    dublin July 12, 2017 16:15 Hot Recent News

    Former Irish pro-football player Philip Mulryne (39) was devoted to the priest in Dublin. This has revealed Roman Catholic Order of Dominicans on her website on Wednesday. Mulryne who has played at Manchester United has called it 'a new chapter in his life.'

  • Foster (DUP) wants sensible Brexit

    Foster (DUP) wants sensible Brexit

    dublin June 16, 2017 19:18 Hot Recent News

    Arlene Foster urged on behalf of the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on a 'sensible Brexit.' She will raise this wish during the discussions with Theresa May on support for the minority cabinet of the British Prime Minister. According to Foster, negotiations with the Conservatives are continued at the weekend.

  • Juncker wants to tackle asylum seekers

    Juncker wants to tackle asylum seekers

    brussels/luxembourg June 9, 2017 15:15 Hot Recent News

    Countries that do not accept asylum seekers from Greece and Italy, such as Hungary and Slovakia, get a legal procedure on their trousers if it lies with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. 'I am for it', says the Luxemburger against the German weekly Der Spiegel. The day-to-day EU administration will take a decision next week.

  • 'Counselor was rejected asylum in UK'

    'Counselor was rejected asylum in UK'

    dublin June 6, 2017 17:30 Hot Recent News

    One of the three terrorists who killed seven people on Saturday in London and injured dozens of people in the past had in vain asked for asylum in the United Kingdom. Yet he could settle there thanks to a residence permit issued by the European Union, provided in Ireland. That has been announced by the Irish channel RTE on Tuesday.

  • Varadkar new leader Irish party Fine Gael

    Varadkar new leader Irish party Fine Gael

    dublin June 2, 2017 19:06 Hot Recent News

    The Irish government party Fine Gael has chosen Leo Varadkar as her new political leader. The 38-year-old son of an Indian immigrant and openly homosexual follows Enda Kenny (66) as prime minister. That is a remarkable change of generation and social change among Irish Christian Democrats.

  • Dutchman in Ireland in cell after threat

    Dutchman in Ireland in cell after threat

    dublin June 2, 2017 12:06 Hot Recent News

    A 40-year-old Dutchman from Moroccan Komaf was convicted in Ireland last week for a five-year cell. He had threatened to kill one of his roommates and he was excited about the victims of terrorist attacks in, among others, Paris, reported Irish media.

  • Baby dead in car

    Baby dead in car

    dublin May 25, 2017 23:12 Hot Recent News

    The Irish police have investigated the death of a seven-month-old girl. The child was found lifeless in a parked car in County Tipperary County.

  • Android greater online than Windows

    Android greater online than Windows

    dublin April 4, 2017 08:06 Hot Recent News

    Android users are online more often than Windows users. It has Web Analyst StatCounter quantified. In March, 37.93 percent of the websites were accessed from an Android device and 37.91 percent from a Windows machine.

  • Helicopter crashed at Irish coast

    Helicopter crashed at Irish coast

    dublin March 14, 2017 12:15 Hot Recent News

    A helicopter of the Irish Coast Guard crashed in the night of Monday to Tuesday for the Irish west coast. The helicopter carrying four passengers was carrying out a rescue operation by a British fishing boat when it suddenly disappeared from the radar. A crew member could be removed from the sea, he is in critical condition.

  • 'Paris withstanding Brexit '

    'Paris withstanding Brexit '

    February 10, 2017 11:12 Hot Recent News

    Investment banks have been reported in France unprecedentedly strong terms that Paris makes absolutely no chance to recruit personnel from the City of London as his labor not eased.

  • May does not want European border in Ireland

    May does not want European border in Ireland

    dublin January 30, 2017 23:12 Hot Recent News

    British Prime Minister Theresa May and the Irish prime minister Enda Kenny agreed Monday in Dublin that there is no real limit comes after the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union between Northern Ireland and Ireland. 'We want both of which are not and that is not an empty phrase,' May said after the meeting.

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