For ethical reasons, the skeleton of the “Irish giant” will no longer be displayed in the museum

The skeleton of Charles Byrne, born in 1761 and suffering from gigantism, will remain at the Hunterian Museum in London to allow research and to maintain the integrity of the collection. The 2.30m skeleton of Charles Byrne will no longer be on display at the museum. Nearly two and a half centuries after his death, … Read more

Lebanese justice indicts seven people for a deadly attack against peacekeepers

Published on : 05/01/2023 – 14:51 Seven people were charged Thursday in Lebanon for their involvement in an attack on Irish peacekeepers. A soldier had been killed and three others injured in the attack on their vehicle on December 14, 2022. Seven people have been charged Lebanon for their involvement in a murderous attack in … Read more

Ireland fines Meta $277 million after mistake and massive Facebook data leak | International

Last September, the technology company appealed to the Irish High Court a fine of 405 million euros imposed by the DPC on the Instagram social network, integrated in Meta, for its management of minors’ data. The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), the main regulator in the field of data protection in the European Union, reported … Read more

agreement signed for the future link between France and Ireland

AFP, published on Friday, November 25, 2022 at 2:13 p.m. Paris and Dublin concluded an agreement on Friday to launch the future “Celtic Interconnector” electrical interconnection which will connect the Irish network to the European continent by 2026, announced the French Ministry of Energy Transition. This 700 MW high voltage submarine link will connect the … Read more

Ireland narrowly beat Australia

Short winners of the Scots (15-16) and beaten by France (30-29) then Italy (28-27), the Australians did not manage to surprise Ireland, who won 13-10, Saturday night in Dublin. Dominating but sterile, without offensive imagination except in the 71st (try by Jordan Petaia), they continue their sluggish tour in the Northern Hemisphere and will finish … Read more