Ireland

Ireland demands review of U.N. Golan Heights mandate

DUBLIN - Ireland may not replace its 130-person rapid response force in the Golan Heights, where 44 peacekeepers from Fiji are being held by militants, until the United Nations reviews its mandate for its forces there, the defence minsiter said on Monday.

Ireland demands review of U.N. Golan Heights mandate 7:35pm BST

DUBLIN - Ireland may not replace its 130-person rapid response force in the Golan Heights, where 44 peacekeepers from Fiji are being held by militants, until the United Nations reviews its mandate for its forces there, the defense minister said on Monday.

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Ireland bucks the trend in euro zone's stalled recovery 12:16pm BST

DUBLIN - Ireland is significantly bucking the trend in the euro zone's stalled recovery with evidence building from companies to consumers that the economy is set to grow faster than most on the continent this year and beyond.

Ireland bucks the trend in euro zone's stalled recovery 12:10pm BST

* Economy to grow almost three times faster than euro zone average

BRIEF-eircom says sees momemntum, no decision on potential IPO 29 Aug 2014

* says fy ebitda to 30 june down 1 percent to 479 million euros, before storm costs; revenue down 6 pct

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Bank of Ireland apologises for second payment glitch in a month 28 Aug 2014

DUBLIN - Bank of Ireland was forced to apologise for a technology glitch for the second time in a month on Thursday after it led to delays in salary and pension payments reaching customers.

Bank of Ireland apologises for second payment glitch in a month 28 Aug 2014

DUBLIN, Aug 28 - Bank of Ireland was forced to apologise for a technology glitch for the second time in a month on Thursday after it led to delays in salary and pension payments reaching customers.

CORRECTED-Paddy Power profits fall 14 percent on adverse sports results 28 Aug 2014

(Corrects operating profit fall to 14 pct from 7 pct in headline, first paragraph)

Irishman who died after returning from Africa negative for Ebola 22 Aug 2014

DUBLIN - Tests carried out on a man who died in Ireland after returning from an area of Africa affected by the Ebola virus were negative for the disease, the Health Service Executive (HSE) of Ireland said on Friday.

Irishman who died after returning from Africa negative for Ebola 22 Aug 2014

DUBLIN - Tests carried out on a man who died in Ireland after returning from an area of Africa affected by the Ebola virus were negative for the disease, the Health Service Executive (HSE) of Ireland said on Friday.

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Ukraine accuses Russia of 'undisguised aggression' as rebels advance

KIEV/MOSCOW - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko accused Russia on Monday of "direct and undisguised aggression" which he said had radically changed the battlefield balance as Kiev's forces suffered a further reverse in their war with pro-Moscow separatists. | Video