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Ireland will nominate its central bank governor Philip Lane for the post of European Central Bank Vice President, a government source said on Tuesday.
Recent opinion surveys suggest there is public support for moderating the laws so that women could have abortions in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Police said Saturday a 32-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing explosives with intent to endanger life or cause serious injury to property.
Leo Varadkar denied on Wednesday that the EU was conspiring to reverse the Brexit vote after a series of top figures held the door open for Britain to change its mind.
Referee Hategan awarded Switzerland a penalty after deeming Corry Evans to have handled inside the area at Windsor Park, although replays clearly showed the ball having struck his shoulder.
India have played Ireland just once in the T20 format when the two sides met in Nottingham during the 2009 World T20.
British Prime Minister Theresa May appointed Karen Bradley as Northern Ireland Secretary on Monday, shortly after James Brokenshire resigned from the post due to ill-health.
The H3N2 virus, which is also referred to as "Australian flu" or "Aussie flu", has spread across the UK and Ireland.
Ireland issued a record number of passports in 2017, with nearly a fifth going to applicants in Britain and Northern Ireland, according to its foreign affairs ministry.
Two heterosexual Irish men have married in Dublin to avoid paying €50,000 inheritance tax on a house.
Mujeeb Zadran of Afghanistan, who debuted against Ireland in Sharjah on Tuesday, became the first 21st-century born male player to feature in international cricket.
Born on March 28, 2001, the 16-year-old's 4-24 were the joint-best figures for an Afghanistan bowler on ODI debut as Ireland were bowled out for only 100 in pursuit of 239.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he was 'surprised and disappointed' after Britain appeared to pull back from a predicted deal with EU leaders on the status of the Irish border after Brexit.
After Britain voted for Brexit in June 2016, all sides quickly agreed that the reconciliation process was sacrosanct.
The crisis erupted last week and could have led to snap elections before Christmas, at a critical time for Ireland ahead of an EU summit where the future of the Irish border after Brexit will dominate