COMMENT/ANALYSIS - IRISH EXAMINER

Irish Abortion laws: NO MORE THAN A VESSEL

If ever there was a tipping point in the national historic drama of Irish abortion laws, this latest horror is it, writes Rachel Doyle

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Return to old ways of policing

The militarisation of policing must stop in wake of Ferguson shooting, writes Joseph D. McNamara

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Irish Rail declares All-Ireland war

Iarnr√≥d √Čireann’s decision to go ahead with pay cuts will end a fragile stand-off with trade unions, writes Stephen Rogers

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ROBBED OF HUMANITY IN FERGUSON

The disproportionate incidence of police use of excessive force on black and Hispanic men is often equated to prejudice, but, as David Dante asks, what if dehumanisation is really the bigger problem? This story is enriched with multi-media content

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IRISH GREYHOUND BOARD: Strategic plan not on track

Well into the second year of a five-year plan for the greyhound industry, Investigative Correspondent Conor Ryan studies the latest forecasts

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Planning ahead to protect all our prosperity

The forthcoming Planning Bill provides an opportunity to define the term planner for the first time in legislation, writes Mary Hughes

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Spreading the world’s best news

A UN report shows Brazil is winning, and exporting, its anti-austerity policies, writes Hans Zomer

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Coming to terms with the quirks of ageing

Today I wore sandals with long trousers and it’s only a matter of time before the white socks join the party

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OMG! This camping caper is driving me OTT

MOBILISING troop battalions of starships in a co-ordinated operation involving the invasion of a distant planet in the far reaches of another galaxy would be a doddle to anyone who has organised a family camping holiday. Oh. My. God.

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A German staff car captured by the Polish Home Army during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. Pic: Keystone/Getty Images

In just two months, 200,000 Warsaw citizens were dead

The carnage that followed the doomed Warsaw Uprising of 1944 raises the question what was it all for — and who was responsible for its failure, writes Geoffrey Roberts.

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