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# europe - Sunday 15 January, 2017

The Dáil prayer: We're not the only parliament to have one Holy Words This post contains a poll

The Dáil prayer: We're not the only parliament to have one

It is a requirement under the Dáil rules that a sitting cannot begin without the prayer being read.

# europe - Saturday 14 January, 2017

From The42 Provincial success in Europe has driven Ireland standards at Test level Province And Nation

Provincial success in Europe has driven Ireland standards at Test level

Ireland’s recent Six Nations titles have coincided with disappointing provincial results. Is there a link or mere coincidence?

# europe - Thursday 12 January, 2017

Homeless people and migrants most at risk as freezing conditions cause at least 65 deaths in Europe

The Greek government sent a navy transport ship to the island of Lesbos yesterday to house around 500 migrants still sleeping in tents.

# europe - Wednesday 11 January, 2017

From The42 USA choose Furyk-Love combo for defence of Ryder Cup against Europe Bound For France

USA choose Furyk-Love combo for defence of Ryder Cup against Europe

The 2018 Ryder Cup takes place in France.

# europe - Tuesday 10 January, 2017

Swiss Muslim girls must take swimming lessons with boys, rules European court

It was ruled that mixed-school swimming lessons promotes children’s social integration.

Six more die as -20 degree temperatures sweep across Poland

A deep freeze sweeping across Europe has left at least 40 dead since the weekend, many of them migrants or homeless people.

# europe - Monday 9 January, 2017

'Brutally cold' weather blamed for 33 deaths across Europe over the weekend

Many of the dead are migrants or homeless people.

# europe - Saturday 7 January, 2017

Three elections that could cause a political earthquake in Europe in 2017

Observers say Le Pen can’t win in France, and that Merkel will return in Germany – but does anyone trust the polls anymore?

# europe - Wednesday 4 January, 2017

Hitler's Mein Kampf sells 85,000 copies in Germany

It was initially planned to print only 4,000 copies of the Nazi leader’s anti-Semitic manifesto, but production was boosted after intense demand.

British ambassador to EU criticises 'muddled thinking' in Brexit negotiations following resignation

Sir Ivan Rogers unexpectedly announced his resignation yesterday.

# europe - Sunday 1 January, 2017

Enda Kenny says he doesn't regret the comments he made in the Dáil about Donald Trump

When asked about Trump’s comments in the Dáil in May, Kenny described the comments as both “racist and dangerous”.

# europe - Friday 30 December, 2016

Forget Brexit, Irish people are still strongly in favour of the EU

Research has shown 80% of Irish people would vote in favour of remaining in the EU.

# europe - Thursday 29 December, 2016

'Ireland would be the biggest loser from a breakup of the EU': Irish MEPs on Europe's future

We asked a handful of Irish MEPs on what the New Year holds for Europe.

# europe - Wednesday 28 December, 2016

Here's how many criminals are fleeing to Ireland and where they're coming from

Ireland has received 2,573 European Arrest Warrants since 2004.

# europe - Tuesday 20 December, 2016

Suspected shooter at Muslim prayer hall found dead as Swiss police rule out Islamic State Tensions This post contains videos

Suspected shooter at Muslim prayer hall found dead as Swiss police rule out Islamic State

No further details have been released about the man.

# europe - Sunday 18 December, 2016

Ireland named 'best destination in Europe' by US travel publication

It’s the third year in a row Ireland has picked up the award from Travel Weekly.

# europe - Tuesday 13 December, 2016

These are the European cities that use the most drugs (based on their toilet water)

The research observed a spike in drug use over the weekend.

# europe - Friday 9 December, 2016

British lawyer to mount Brexit challenge in Irish High Court

He’s trying to raise €83,000 online to do it.

Irish banana giant Fyffes is being taken over by one of Japan's biggest companies

The Sumitomo Corporation will pay just over €750m for the Dublin-based fruit supplier.

# europe - Friday 2 December, 2016

Isis likely to attack Europe again soon

A new report says IS will likely target countries that are members of the U.S.-led coalition fighting the extremist organisation.

# europe - Thursday 1 December, 2016

Almost 20% of Irish people can't afford to meet friends for a drink or meal

A report has also revealed 12% of Irish people in 2014 could not afford to take part in a leisure activity.

# europe - Thursday 24 November, 2016

This Irish woman is in the running for the European Parliament presidency

McGuinness said that she hoped her gender doesn’t influence the decision either way, and that the position was by no means secured.

From The42 Dundalk well-placed to pull off greatest European achievement yet Preview

Dundalk well-placed to pull off greatest European achievement yet

The Premier Division champions welcome Dutch opposition to a sold-out Tallaght Stadium for their penultimate group game tonight.

# europe - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

From The42 Masterful Messi sends Celtic crashing out of Europe Magician This post contains videos

Masterful Messi sends Celtic crashing out of Europe

The difference maker on the night was the Argentine superstar.

From The42 'We've come from nowhere and now we're on the verge of qualifying for the last-32' Uncharted Territory

'We've come from nowhere and now we're on the verge of qualifying for the last-32'

Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny is expecting an ‘epic’ game with AZ Alkmaar in the Europa League tomorrow night.

# europe - Wednesday 16 November, 2016

Is Europe forming an army? EU Ministers have approved a planning centre for military operations

Sinn Féin’s Matt Carthy says, “This is very clearly another step towards the creation of an EU army.”

# europe - Thursday 3 November, 2016

High Court says UK parliament must have vote on starting Brexit

The landmark constitutional decision could delay Britain’s exit from the EU.

# europe - Saturday 29 October, 2016

'Ceta has a corporate driven agenda': What Ireland could learn from the tiny region of Wallonia

“The Irish government is the chief cheerleader for this trade agenda,” writes Matt Carthy, who firmly believes it is doing Irish people a disservice.

# europe - Tuesday 25 October, 2016

Ireland named the second most generous country in Europe

Myanmar was named the most generous country on Earth for the third year running.

# europe - Saturday 22 October, 2016

Canadian trade minister says it's up to Europe to save trade agreement

The Canadian trade deal CETA, which was meant to be signed by EU members next Thursday, is in jeopardy after Belgian region refused to agree.

# europe - Friday 21 October, 2016

Ireland is the 15th best country in the world to be a young person - survey

The Global Youth Development Index ranks countries in terms of prospects and opportunities for young people.

# europe - Thursday 13 October, 2016

From The42 Murray hoping to turn 'positive vibes' into vital Champions Cup points for Munster Bad Blood

Murray hoping to turn 'positive vibes' into vital Champions Cup points for Munster

‘The real test will be in Europe,’ says the Ireland scrum-half.

# europe - Sunday 9 October, 2016

Ireland's water charges are among the lowest in Europe...*

* And that’s even before they were suspended. Dublin meanwhile ranks 31st out of 31 European cities in terms of percentage income spent on charges each year.

# europe - Thursday 6 October, 2016

Ukip MEP Mike Hookem insists altercation with Steven Woolfe was 'verbal' only

Steven Woolfe MEP, favourite for the leadership of Ukip following Diane James’ resignation, earlier released a statement to say his condition is improving.

# europe - Wednesday 5 October, 2016

From The42 O'Leary, Andress and Chisholm miss out on Munster's Champions Cup squad Europe

O'Leary, Andress and Chisholm miss out on Munster's Champions Cup squad

Rassie Erasmus has included new signings Rhys Marshall and Cathal Sheridan.

Two Brussels police officers stabbed in "terrorist attack"

The suspect is in police custody.

# europe - Tuesday 4 October, 2016

Irish puppy farms produce 30,000 dogs a year - here's how to make sure you don't buy from an illegal one

Puppies from illegal farm will likely develop mental and physical illnesses as a result of in-breeding and their treatment.

# europe - Sunday 2 October, 2016

From The42 Love 'humbled' by Ryder Cup success Redemption

Love 'humbled' by Ryder Cup success

The USA captain was delighted to lay the ghosts of Medinah to rest as his side hammered Europe in singles to win the Ryder Cup.

From The42 'I wouldn't change anything' - USA the better team, admits gracious Clarke No Regrets

'I wouldn't change anything' - USA the better team, admits gracious Clarke

The European captain left Hazeltine with no regrets despite overseeing a heavy defeat to the United States.

From The42 Reed revels in 'hard-fought' McIlroy win Paddy R

Reed revels in 'hard-fought' McIlroy win

A 1up victory over Rory McIlroy left USA’s Patrick Reed almost speechless after Sunday’s headline singles battle.

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