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# Department of Foreign Affairs

Last week
25th February 2024 - 2nd March 2024
Department of Foreign Affairs says 'no evidence' of cyber breach despite claim by online group
Irish anti-corruption activist and father-of-three detained in Iraq, family call for release
Last month
February 2024
Ireland's national debt one of the highest in the world at €42,000 per person
Tánaiste holds Russia responsible for Navalny's death after DFA summons ambassador to 'express outrage'
Activist accused of damaging Department of Foreign Affairs during pro-Palestine rally remanded on bail
Last year
2023
Irish man (30s) hospitalised after attempted mugging in Brazilian resort
Department of Foreign Affairs assists 57 Irish citizens and dependents in leaving Gaza to date
Micheál Martin: 'Why you would attack the Department of Foreign Affairs is simply beyond me'
Gardaí investigating after paint thrown on Department of Foreign Affairs offices
Confirmation that 24 Irish citizens and dependents left Gaza yesterday as some arrive home today
More Irish citizens set to leave Gaza via the Rafah Crossing today
A number of Irish citizens expected to have their names included on list to leave Gaza
Irish father-of-three in Gaza says he and his family are 'trapped in this war'
No Irish citizens to be included in group of evacuees leaving Gaza for Egypt today
Tánaiste seeking 35 Irish citizens in Gaza to be evacuated via Egypt 'as early as possible'
Irish citizens in Lebanon urged to leave immediately while commercial flights are available
Tánaiste calls on Hamas to release hostages, urges Israel to follow international law
Belfast City Council to request that new Irish passport design includes imagery from the North
'I just want her back': Mother of missing Irish-Israeli woman appeals for information
Irish Government 'closely monitoring' situation in Morocco
Demonstrators protest against Ireland giving weapons training to Ukrainian troops
Father and son from Laois die in crash while on holiday in Turkey
Dublin school mourns 'devastating loss' after deaths of two post-Leaving Cert students in Greece
Public to be asked for its say on new design for Irish passports
Body of missing Irish tourist recovered from Swiss river
Tánaiste to signal shift in China policy, will say Ireland will not be 'naïve or silent'
‘Don't take it as fact’: Irish citizens in Sudan urged to ‘clarify’ information on social media
Govt agrees to deploy Army Ranger Wing to help Irish citizens leave Sudan
Independent TD calls for emergency team to be established to evacuate Irish citizens from Sudan
Foreign crises: Inside the complex work of the Irish diplomatic team helping citizens in trouble
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Chinese ‘police station’ in Dublin ordered to close
Breakfasts, photos & cancelled hotels: how Government spent almost €500k on travel in two years
'Spare me the apologies': Delays and missing birth certs among complaints about Passport Office
Extinction Rebellion activists guilty of graffiti attack on Dept of Foreign Affairs
Coveney praises Poland's 'incredible solidarity' during visit to discuss Ukraine
List of Irish companies ‘trading with Russia’ sent to Foreign Affairs Department
Global Greening paused this year so monuments around the world can be lit in Ukrainian colours
Irish medical student who was stuck in Ukraine has reached EU border
Babies born in Ukraine through surrogacy may be brought back to Ireland more quickly than usual
Department of Foreign Affairs says 145 Irish citizens now registered with embassy in Ukraine