The current owners of the mansion, sell it for two and a half million euros. The price includes 63 acres of land, including a private beach, according to Travel and Leisure.
Loftus Hall is considered one of the most visited estates in all of Ireland. It is located near County Wexford. The owners of the house Shane and Aidan Quigley acquired it in 2011 and restored to open to the public.
The founder of the messenger Telegram Pavel Durov has accused Apple in that it supposedly creates the myths around the App Store and thereby deceiving the users. About this he wrote in his Telegram channel, where he listed seven reasons why the Commission in the Apple App Store should "worry about every iPhone owner".
In particular, he pointed out that a 30 percent Commission for each application, the company increases the value of digital purchases. Moreover, the money consumers have despite the fact that they previously overpaid for the Apple phone "a few hundred dollars more than its cost".
The Prime Minister of Ireland, Michel Martin welcomed the decision of the EU summit to provide in the future the financing of the special Fund in the amount of 5 billion euros to help the countries most affected by Brexit.
"Brexit would be a serious challenge. And I particularly welcome that there was a special Fund in the amount of 5 billion Euro to the countries that are most affected by this decision of the UK to leave the European Union," Martin said during a short news approach after the summit.
Anonymous bought a private island horse off the coast of Ireland for six million dollars, never seeing live, their buy, according to CNN.
All negotiations with the buyer were conducted remotely, he saw the island only on video. The owner name is not disclosed, we only know that he is European.
The transport Minister of Ireland, Eamon Ryan stated that coming from the so-called "green" list of countries may be exempt from mandatory quarantine from July 20.
"We will begin to start flights to those countries where the situation is similar to ours, if not better, than we have with the so-called "green" list. It (the list - ed.) will be published on 20 July or before, the "green" list will act after this (date - ed.)," said Ryan in an interview with radio station Newstalk.
Britain will soon begin to ease restrictions for entering the country from abroad, a complete list of countries, upon arrival of which will not have to spend two weeks in quarantine, will be published this week, said transferred to the RIA Novosti news Agency the statement of the head of the Ministry of transport Grant Shapps.
Since June 8, coming to the UK from abroad have to spend two weeks in quarantine. Exceptions are only for those coming from Ireland, with the Isle of man and the channel Islands and the medics coming to help colleagues in the fight against COVID-19, who works in the field of transport, as well as foreign officials.
The annexation of the territories on the West Bank of the Jordan river will have negative implications for Israel's security, said European countries included in the UN Security Council.
The statement was made by current members of the security Council and countries that will occupy a seat in the Council in 2021. Among them: Germany, France, UK, Belgium, Estonia, Ireland, Norway.
Residents of Liechtenstein in Europe can buy electricity at their average salaries, least of all the people of Moldova, and between them a marked tenfold difference, according to a study by RIA Novosti.
The basis of the ranking of European countries on the availability of electricity for the population is the number of kilowatt-hours that could be purchased on the average wage of the inhabitants of the various countries in late 2019–early 2020. Russia is located in the middle.
The Ministry of health of Ireland, announced that a day in the country there was not a single case of infection COVID-19.
"The control center for health Ireland has not received information about any case of death from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours", - stated in the message on the website of the Ministry of health.
India, Mexico, Norway and Ireland elected a non-permanent member of the UNSC for 2021-2022 years, the fifth country will be elected in the second round on Thursday, said the President of the UN General Assembly Tijani Muhammad-Gang.
The UN security Council - a permanent structure of the organization that has primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security. In the security Council always sit 15 countries - five permanent members and ten temporary. The permanent members - Russia, USA, UK, China and France. They have veto power. Ten other members of the SB are elected for two years. Germany, Belgium, Dominican Republic, Indonesia and South Africa elected in 2019 and 2020, and Vietnam, Niger, Tunisia, Estonia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – in 2020-2021 years.
Chances to become a non-permanent member of the UNSC for 2021-2022 years have all of the seven candidate countries, told RIA Novosti senior analyst of the center for International Crisis Group Ashish Pradhan.
The UN General Assembly on Wednesday will elect new non-permanent members of the Security Council for the five seats will compete Canada, Djibouti, India, Ireland, Kenya, Mexico, Norway. In January 2021, five of these countries will take the place of Germany, Belgium, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, and South Africa, who were elected at 2019-2020.
The UN General Assembly on Wednesday will elect new non-permanent members of the Security Council - five will compete Canada, Djibouti, India, Ireland, Kenya, Mexico, Norway.
The UN security Council - a permanent structure of the organization that has primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security. In the security Council always sit 15 countries - five permanent members and ten temporary.
Ireland has received at once three Prime Ministers on the results achieved after more than four months after the election agreement between the three parties.
The post Cabinet to each other are replaced by the leader of the liberal Republican party "Fianna the File" Michel Martin, the current Prime Minister and leader of the ruling party before the elections, "fine Gal" Leo Varadkar and the leader of the green party Eamon Ryan.
Ireland summarily removes quarantine restrictions from 8 June up to six people can gather together on the street and in the premises, from Monday the stores open, and on 15 June, shopping malls, announced on Friday, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.
Also Monday, groups of up to 15 people will come together to play sports on the street. The funeral will now be able to attend up to 25 people.
The number of cases of infection with coronavirus in Ireland exceeded 25 thousand, according to the Ministry of health of the country.
According to authorities, a day recorded 77 new cases of infection. Just died 1650 people, the total number of cases is 25 062 people.