As world leaders in politics, business and economics converge on the Swiss village of Davos this week for the annual
The increase in the warmth of the world’s oceans reflects a major increase in the global rate of climate change,
Murky Slovak businessman Marian Kocner is accused of ordering the murder to prevent the journalist from exposing further his activities.
Malta's Prime Minister of six years has stepped down in the wake of criticism he had been hampering the investigation
Levels of irregular migration detected into the European Union via the Union’s external borders fell to their lowest since 2013,
US sanctions have delayed the project's completion by a few months, the leaders of Russia and Germany have said.
Ireland’s multinational sector continues to grow, as figures released this week show the numbers employed in foreign direct investment companies
TurkStream seems like a downsized version of the South Stream gas pipeline project canceled by Moscow in 2014 against the
A general election is looming ever closer in Ireland today, as the Health Minister, Simon Harris faces the prospect of