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# south lebanon

This month
July 2024
Ireland preparing plans to evacuate Irish troops from South Lebanon 'should the need arise'
The Tánaiste said the threat of an Israeli invasion and activity by Hezbollah has initiated contingency planning.
This year
Tánaiste visits Irish troops in Lebanon today and will meet Lebanese Government officials
Tánaiste to raise concerns with Lebanese officials over progress in Pte Sean Rooney murder case
Ireland to increase number of peacekeepers deployed to south Lebanon to beef up security
Last year
Irish troops arrive home from Lebanon deployment as UNIFIL confirms attack on peacekeepers
Irish army peacekeepers in South Lebanon rescue journalists after suspected Israeli bombing
Tánaiste: Escalation in Lebanon a 'great concern' as Irish soldiers deploy for peace mission
Irish troops take shelter as Israeli shelling hits southern Lebanon and journalist is killed
All time
Lebanese investigators have identified suspects in Seán Rooney killing, judicial source says
South Lebanon: Proxy conflicts and economic collapse make Irish patrol area 'powder keg'
Irish military police to travel to Lebanon as three investigations get underway into fatal attack
What is known so far about the death of Irish peacekeeper Seán Rooney in Lebanon
Investigation as civilian motorcyclist killed in Lebanon collision with Irish military vehicle
Doing our part: a small team of Irish troops on the frontline between Lebanon and Israel
Irish Captain: 'Local mayors have to hold talks with a woman - that wouldn’t have happened a few years ago'
Irish peacekeepers in Lebanon at risk from 'jihadist threat' says top general
Enda is off to visit our troops in the Golan Heights
Over 400 Irish troops celebrate St Patrick's Day overseas this weekend
1982: A year of tragedy for Irish soldiers in the Lebanon