The husband of one of three Irish victims of the 2015 Tunisia terrorism attack has told an inquest into their deaths how he found his wife lying on the beach “with her head to one side as if she was lying in the sun”.
Thu, 22 Feb, 2018
The “alarmist” media coverage in relation to the Irish link to the London terror attack last Saturday “bears no relation” to the jihadi threat level to Ireland, according to a terrorism expert.
Wed, 07 Jun, 2017
We are all framed by our past but our destiny and final legacy do not need to be defined by it. That is perhaps the key lesson for a troubled world from the life and times of Martin McGuinness and Abdelhamid Abaaoud, suggests Irish Examiner digital editor,
Fri, 24 Mar, 2017
Northern Ireland’s First Minister Peter Robinson has requested the recall of the devolved Assembly after claiming a government deal that saw IRA terror suspects assured they would not be prosecuted also involved the granting of royal pardons.
Thu, 27 Feb, 2014
OPENING Mideast peace talks under the shadow of fresh violence, US President Barack Obama vowed yesterday not to allow “extremists and rejectionists” to undercut long-stalled negotiations on creating a sovereign Palestinian state beside a secure Israel.
Thu, 02 Sep, 2010
A SUICIDE bomber blew himself up at a fast food restaurant in a bustling commercial area of Tel Aviv during the Jewish holiday of Passover yesterday, killing himself and nine people and wounding dozens in the deadliest Palestinian attack in more than a year.
Tue, 18 Apr, 2006
ON April 27, 1916, three days after Patrick Pearse stepped onto the portico of the General Post Office in Dublin to proclaim the new Irish Republic, 2,128 men of the 16th (Irish) Division suffered horrifically from a German gas attack.
Mon, 10 Apr, 2006