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Ireland: Housing “Catastrophe” – No Longer “Crisis”

Irish Parliament (Dáil) votes 36-60 to reject a Sinn Féin bill which aimed to insert a constitutional right to housing

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Irlanda del Nord. New Ira si scusa per l’omicidio della giornalista

In un comunicato spedito all’«Irish News», l’organizzazione si attribuisce l’omicidio della giornalista Lyra McKee, uccisa mentre stazionava accanto alle «forze nemiche»

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Irlanda del Nord. Venerdì santo insanguinato

A Derry si riaccendono i tumulti, una giovane giornalista viene uccisa da un paramilitare. Tutti i sospetti sulla New Ira

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Ireland: “Cute Hoors” Homeless wasters playing their cards right?

“…the best way to solve homelessness in Dublin would be to provide no beds.” Owen Keegan, Dublin City Council’s Chief Executive

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Sinn Fein MEP calls for international action for Leyla Guven

Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson has called for international action in support of Kurdish politician Leyla Guven who is currently on hunger strike and is now in critical condition

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Sinn Fein sends solidarity to Kurdish MP on hunger strike

Sinn Féin MP Michelle Gildernew has send solidarity to a Kurdish MP currently on hunger strike and called for the release of political prisoners in Turkish jails

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Report says unification of Ireland can prevent Brexit economic crash

A new international research study has concluded the reunification of Ireland would lead to a massive economic windfall for the whole island, while Brexit will have disastrous consequences

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Peculiar aspect of Irish Peace Process revealed

“The Negotiators Cookbook” written by former Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams shed light on a peculiar aspect of the Irish Peace Process

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‘A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot’ – documentary film

Released in Irish cinemas on Friday 14 September – ‘A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot” – is a new documentary from journalist and filmmaker Sinéad O’Shea who takes a look at the divided city of Derry in the “still occupied” 6 counties of Northern Ireland 20 years after the “peace process”

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Ireland “Summer of the Vultures”

“The tsunami that I warned about has been delayed and outsourced, but it is coming.”

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LOS IRLANDESES DECIDEN EN REFERENDUM SOBRE EL DERECHO AL ABORTO

Este viernes, 25 de Mayo, Irlanda celebra un referendum histórico relativo al derecho al aborto

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Mary Lou McDonald becomes new Sinn Fein President

Today, Saturday, Mary Lou McDonald officially replaced Gerry Adams as President of Sinn Fèin

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We’ll opposed any threat to Good Friday Agreement

Last Thursday’s visit to London for a meeting with the British Prime Minister Theresa May was my first without Martin McGuinness

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IRELAND: New Head on the Way – Same Poison Afflicts the Body

Heir-to-the-crown to the far-right-of-Centre party Fine Gael and likely to win the upcoming party leadership contest, existing Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar got his foot in the door first by launching his campaign against the unemployed

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Race for new Taoiseach (Prime Minister) in Ireland

Following the resignation of Enda Kenny as Fine Gael leader, Leo Varadkar, current Minister for Social Protection, could win the Fine Gael leadership contest and take over as head of the Dublin government

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Elezioni britanniche. Si apre uno scenario incerto nel Nord Irlanda

Sale la tensione. Per gli analisti è un gesto di mancato rispetto nei confronti del processo di pace

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Irlanda del Nord. Da Belfast «un voto per l’Irlanda unita»

Ansia da Brexit e processo di pace in bilico, Sinn Féin vola nelle urne: + 4%. L’entusiasmo di Gerry Adams. L’alta affluenza punisce il primo partito unionista. Scrutinio a rilento per la complessità del sistema elettorale

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Elezioni in Irlanda del Nord. Il partito unionista rievoca fantasmi del passato

Si rinnova il parlamento di Stormont. La premier uscente Arlene Foster ossessionata da un eventuale sorpasso di Sinn Féin. Effetto Brexit, spaventa il ritorno del confine sud-nord. E anche a Dublino l’Irlanda unita non è più un tabù

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