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# UN peacekeeping

Last year
Private Seán Rooney to be honoured with posthumous award at UN ceremony
All time
Dundalk grapples with the death of a young soldier that has 'pierced its heart'
Government renews approval for Irish peacekeeping missions in Syria and Kosovo
Tom Clonan: 'My whistleblower journey in the Defence Forces has ended. I am back in from the cold'
Tom Clonan
What's behind the violence in Mali and why does the Government want to send elite Defence Forces members there?
Return of 119 troops from Syria delayed for two weeks over error in clearance to travel through Lebanon
Ireland is sending 130 soldiers into one of "the most dangerous UN missions in the world"
'I will not send Irish troops into civil war in Syria' - Coveney
Syrian troops and Islamist rebels exchange fire near peace line in Golan Heights
Opinion: The lives of our peacekeeping troops are being recklessly risked at the Syrian border
Aaron McKenna
No Irish troops among dozens of peacekeepers captured in the Golan Heights
Man who claimed he killed Irish soldiers arrested in America
Irish troops in Syria return fire after being hit by "unknown blast"