COMMENT/ANALYSIS - IRISH EXAMINER

Time we challenged the ‘blue wall of silence’ in An Garda Síochána

It has taken years of effort to get allegations of malpractice in An Garda Síochána heard, writes TD Clare Daly

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Inside gangland: ‘People keep heads down and eyes closed such is the fear’

It should not take slaughter on the streets for Government to take action in north inner city Dublin, where communities want far reaching policies and resources that can facilitate long-term change, writes Cormac O’Keeffe

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Were US forces tricked into destroying a Doctors Without Borders hospital?

Did Afghan forces mislead US forces into destroying the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz? By Matthieu Aikins

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Dublin community with the power to take on an international drug cartel

People in North inner city Dublin are afraid and but work against the odds to tackle issues, writes Joyce Fegan

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From Hiroshima, America built a self-serving myth

Peter Van Buren, who worked for the US state department in Iraq, says America’s justification for destructive attacks abroad literally began with its dropping of the first atomic bomb

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Using nature to combat climate-change risk saves money

The construction of mangrove barriers and other preventative measures can save vast amounts of money in rebuilding costs, writes Maria Damanaki

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Cartel bosses on the southside of the city and abroad are ‘pulling the strings'

Cormac O’Keeffe delves into the bloodbath raging on the streets of Dublin, a war where cartel bosses on the southside of the city and abroad, are ‘pulling the strings'.

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Water charges debate a cynical old TD trick

On the surface, the water charges motion dominating the Dáil last night and this evening is focused on whether the fees should be abolished immediately.

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British in Ireland and Irish in Britain must all have their say on Brexit

No one who has a voice in the UK referendum should miss out on the opportunity to vote on the issues, say Noelle O’Connell and Dominick Chilcott

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Glorious future of unified Europe seems to have evaporated

Xenophobia and the resurgence of hard-line nationalists reflect disappointment with the unification project, and much of the blame lies with an economically imperialist and arrogant Germany and with the unwillingness of other member states to take the lead, says Lucian Kim

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