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As NATO's maritime military meet in Cork, Ireland to discuss maritime security issues, the Irish Navy have taking the opportunity to show of their new anti drug smuggling drones.
Reports are coming out of Australia that an Irish Citizen has been accused of being a national security threat after the countries security agency carried out an operation targeting Russian intelligence officers working under diplomatic cover.
Gardaí have said they are keeping a "watching brief" on the presence of Tommy Robinson in Dublin. Robinson is a prominent far-right figurehead in the United Kingdom.
Concerns have been raised by a Green Party TD that CCTV camera's used in government buildings could warrant a security concern due to the company that produces the camera's being partially owned by the Chinese government.
China has come out and confirmed that a 'spy' balloon which was spotted flying over Latin America is a Chinese balloon.
An Garda Síochána has come out defending it's policy of retaining data on people who have been cleared of producing or sharing child sexual abuse material.
One project suggested by a commission setup will focus on the purchase of a primary radar system to detect airborne threats in and around Ireland.
Antonio Guterres, the United Nations Secretary-General has said that he was very concerned by the situation in Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Europe.
A Russian spy who was uncovered by Dutch intelligence officials while trying to infiltrate the International Criminal Court (ICC) spent four years studying at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
Helen McEntee, the Minister for Justice plans to introduce facial recognition technology to enable Gardaí to conduct rapid automated searches for suspects in criminal investigations.
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