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# Peacekeeping

Last week
25th February 2024 - 2nd March 2024
Ireland's troops are leaving the Golan - we may see a move to smaller 'more impactful' missions
News Correspondent Niall O’Connor spoke to Major General Adrian Ó Murchú in Syria about the future of peacekeeping.
Last year
2023
Approval to be sought at Cabinet for continuation of two overseas peackeeping missions
Irish army peacekeepers in South Lebanon rescue journalists after suspected Israeli bombing
Irish history: 'For the first time since the Civil War, soldiers found themselves in combat'
New approach needed to protect Irish and other peacekeepers from attack, top UN diplomat says
Kosovo tensions high after violent clashes as EU calls for calm across the Balkans
Trooper Shane Kearney no longer in critical condition after Lebanon attack
All time
No immediate plans for Taoiseach to visit Lebanon following deadly attack on Irish peacekeepers
Irish Defence Forces officer warns staffing crisis jeopardising UN overseas missions
Expense of citizenship 'stopping some Defence Force members from serving on UN missions'
First female Defence Forces officer achieves rank of Major General
Ireland takes its seat on the UN Security Council
Over 100 peacekeeping troops arrive home from Lebanon after Covid-19 delay
Cabinet to hear proposal to send Army Ranger Wing to Mali
After facing a delay, Irish troops will return home from Golan Heights and Syria this evening
Defence Forces personnel recognised for their role in south Lebanon at special ceremony
Bomb disposal, prison security, peacekeeping - The work of the Irish Defence Forces in 2018
'Inappropriate for a family occasion': Complaints after Defence Forces video shown at All Ireland semi-final
Pride and sacrifice: Marking 60 years of Irish participation in peacekeeping missions
FactCheck: Was Willie O'Dea really not aware of concerns over Lariam, while he was Minister?
European police and soldiers will be trained by a €2m game made at Trinity College
'I wanted to keep the peace, and joining the Irish army was the best way to do that...'
Irish troops could free up France to fight Isis
WATCH: Serbian PM stoned while attending commemoration for victims of massacre
UN peacekeepers 'traded food and medicine for sex'
Irish troops safe after mortar attack injures two UN peacekeepers in Golan Heights
Irish peacekeeping troops 'safe and accounted for' after death of Spanish soldier
Ireland had almost three bomb disposals a week last year
Lebanon will do 'everything in their power' to pursue justice over killing of Irish soldiers
Defence Forces test water supply amid claims Irish troops are at risk of E Coli
As Coveney mulls decision on Irish troops, Israel shoots down Syrian plane in Golan Heights
Syrian troops and Islamist rebels exchange fire near peace line in Golan Heights
Poll: Should the Irish UN peacekeepers be pulled out of Golan Heights?
Opinion: The lives of our peacekeeping troops are being recklessly risked at the Syrian border
Filipino UN peacekeepers defy Syrian rebels in Golan Heights standoff
Man suspected of killing two Irish soldiers in Lebanon to be deported from US
Silent vigil for two Irish peacekeepers tortured and murdered in Lebanon
Column: 'With a few surviving classmates, I stepped carefully over the dead and dying'
Column: We have a duty to share our peace-building skills with the world