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Former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder Liam Miller dead aged 36 after cancer battle

The 21-cap international was diagnosed with the condition in November and returned home to Cork from the US where he had been playing mirror – Football

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02/08 Links Pt2: Complicity of Poles in the deaths of Jews is highly underestimated; The West sleeps peacefully because of Israel; Ireland: The Most Anti-Israel Country in Europe?

From Ian: Complicity of Poles in the deaths of Jews is highly underestimated, scholars say In a 1970 article, pioneering Polish-Jewish historian Szymon Datner estimated that 200,000 Jews died at the hands of Poles during World War II. Attempting to … Continue reading

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Apple Will Start Paying Ireland Billions Owed in Back Taxes ‘Early Next Year’

In August 2016 the European Commission ruled that Apple must repay 13 billion euros ($15.46 billion) in back taxes dating between 2003 and 2014. According to the EU, the taxes were avoided with the help of sweetheart tax deals from … Continue reading

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Philip King: Ireland needs to listen to other voices

Other Voices was an idea born out of a conversation that turned into a festival that takes place at the edge of Ireland. That was 2002. Now it’s 2017 and my how it has grown. Other Voices, its singers, writers, … Continue reading

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‘I fear I’ll be disappointed when I get back to Ireland again’

Australia is hardly nirvana. Plenty of people have it tough here. But for the most part, you are welcome to come if you are prepared to work hard; and if you get a decent job, you’ll do alright for yourself. … Continue reading

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Martin O’Neill hints he would be happy to stay as Republic of Ireland manager

• I will sit down and speak with the FAI, O’Neill said• Manager was offered two more years after win in Wales Martin O’Neill has suggested he is likely to continue as the Republic of Ireland manager unless his employer … Continue reading

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Republic of Ireland v Denmark: World Cup play-off second leg – live!

World Cup play-off updates from the second leg (first leg: 0-0) Join Jacob Steinberg for England v Brazil – live! Keep up to date with all of tonight’s international scores And feel free to email Barry or tweet him here … Continue reading

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Martin O'Neill confident goal-shy Republic of Ireland will seal World Cup spot

The Republic of Ireland scored only four times in their 2018 World Cup qualifiers in Dublin but Martin O'Neill is not concerned as his side prepare to face Denmark on Tuesday. Evening Standard – Football

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04/01 Links: Collier: Cork, Ireland. Politely wishing the Jews to a nasty death; MSM Distorts Reality on Israeli Settlements

From Ian: David Collier: Cork, Ireland. Politely wishing the Jews to a nasty death Today I am in Cork, Southern Ireland. This is a story that began two years ago, with a failed attempt by a twisted academic at Southampton, … Continue reading

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Switzerland 0-0 Northern Ireland (1-0 agg): Goalless draw in Basel ends Green and White Army’s World Cup hopes

A controversial penalty in the first fixture at Windsor Park means they are a goal down heading into the return game mirror – Football

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