Three men will appear in court later after an alleged human-trafficking operation was detected at Dublin Airport.
Gardai believe two of the men - who are Aer Lingus staff members - were trying to help a third man enter the country without passing through immigration.
The three - aged 28, 56 and 61 - are currently being held at Ballymun, Swords and Coolock Garda stations.
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Gardaí say they will appear before Dublin District Court this morning, charged in connection with immigration offences.