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26 Sep 2020
Irish pubs outside Dublin reopen after a six month shutdown as the capital’s bars endure heightened coronavirus closures.
15 Sep 2019
Boris Johnson visits Dublin
27 Jan 2019
Most of the asylum-seekers that were deported were sent to Italy. The deportations follow the EU's Dublin III rule, which states that applications must be processed in the first country of arrival.
17 Nov 2018
Denis O'Brien, chairman at Digicel Group, discusses the Brexit deal, how it would impact Dublin, their bond swap, his business strategy and the possibility of asset sales.
31 Mar 2017
An estimated 22,000 asylum seekers currently in France are in a situation of legal limbo. They are deemed eligible to apply for asylum in the EU - but under what's known as the Dublin Regulation, they have to return to the EU country where they were first formally registered.

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