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14 May 2021
Ireland's health authority said Friday it had shut down its computer systems after experiencing a "significant ransomware attack", a week after the largest US fuel pipeline network was also targeted.
10 May 2021
Ireland on Monday lifted domestic travel restrictions and began a phased reopening of non-essential retailers in the most significant loosening of pandemic curbs so far this year.
2 May 2021
Forty years ago this week Bobby Sands was the first of 10 Irish republican hunger strikers to die after refusing food for 66 days
5 Mar 2021
Ireland's economy powered higher last year, bucking the coronavirus-driven global downturn, as the eurozone member enjoyed booming pharma and IT exports on strong pandemic demand, the government said Friday.
19 Feb 2021
Organisers of ‘Study in Ireland-Nigeria fair’ woo students with Irish friendly culture, education standards, job opportunities, others
15 Nov 2020
With talks between Britain and the EU in deadlock on a post-Brexit trade deal, we look at why so many roads to a settlement go through Dublin: - Dublin did last deal -The last time Britain looked like crashing out with a no-deal hard Brexit on Halloween Night last year, it was talks between British…
20 Oct 2020
In a statement, the organizers said, “Nigerian students can also attend detailed seminars and informative sessions...
5 Oct 2020
Ireland was on the cusp of a nationwide lockdown on Monday after government experts recommended ramping up coronavirus restrictions to curb a surge of new cases.
25 Sep 2020
The EU on Friday appealed a major setback at a European court that annulled a Brussels order that Apple repays Ireland 13 billion euros ($15 billion) in back taxes.
17 Jul 2020
The Federal Government’s laidback disposition to the plight of Nigerian flag carriers abroad is suffocating investment and efforts of local operators to have a stake
13 Apr 2020
With signs in some countries that the coronavirus pandemic may have reached a plateau, governments are looking at how to lift lockdown restrictions on their crippled businesses and restless populations.
31 Mar 2020
The rampaging Coronavirus otherwise called COVID-19 crept into the consciousness of the world without much fanfare. The initial response was lackadaisical as the world

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