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The Irish branch of a global online security corporation helped to identify a sophisticated spying operation believed to have been organised by a foreign government.

PICTURE GALLERY

Protest in Ferguon

Firefighters put out several cars that were set fire at an auto dealership Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, in Dellwood, Mo., over a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the killing of unarmed black 18-year-old Michael Brown. AP Photo

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TODAY'S SPORT

‘Special’ Aguero comes to City’s rescue

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The mathematical vagaries of Champions League pool play means Manchester City’s first victory in their group leaves them in a strong position to advance to the knockout stages when they complete their qualifying campaign with a visit to Roma in two weeks.

TODAY'S COLUMNIST

New party or alliance on the cards for the next general election

I’M TOTALLY flummoxed. I keep meeting people who are utterly fed up with the government, and determined never to vote for them again.

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WORLD - BREAKING NEWS

Breaking News
Questions for America after the Ferguson jury decision

Angry crowds have poured onto the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer over the death of an unarmed black 18-year-old.

TODAY'S BUSINESS

As expansion continues, US revenue capacity nears $700m

Greencore’s first production facility on the west coast of the US could nudge overall long-term annual revenue capability from its American operations up to almost $700 million (€563m).

SHOWBIZ - BREAKING NEWS

First trailer for Jurassic World released

The long-awaited sequel to Jurassic Park has just released its first trailer.

Features

Where were you when you first heard Band Aid?by Richard Fitzpatrick

Fashion & Beauty

Eyebrow face-off: Bare brows V statement brows

Food & Drink

Aloo Tikki Potato Fritters with Sizzled TomatoesBy Darina Allen

Health & Life

Choosing to be a stay-at-home parentBy Áilín Quinlan

Home & Interiors

Vintage View: The chamber potBy Kya deLongchamps

Travel

There is never a bad time to visit Edinburgh

Arts, Books, Films & TV

Jessie Ware: Coming out of her shellBy Ed Power

Outdoors

Book shines light on the world’s most spectacular gardensBy Peter Dowdall