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US President Donald Trump intends to visit Ireland before the end of 2020, sparking a wave of criticism from opposition parties who claim Ireland has sold out on its values.
: The search for the crew of the missing Coast Guard helicopter is resuming off the coast of Mayo this morning.
: There is “concrete evidence” to support the introduction of an automatic three-month disqualification for anybody caught drink-driving, the Road Safety Authority has claimed.
: Requests for more information about the Kingsmill massacre in South Armagh have fallen on deaf ears in the Republic, a lawyer alleged.
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: A woman who was drugged along with her boyfriend and then dragged from their California home has described the "hell that we have survived" in emotional testimony.
: Ireland does not have to lose out post-Brexit if a national development plan is put in place involving business and community, the former boss of consumer goods giant Unilever has said.
: Ireland need Barcelona-style turnaround but miracles can happen, Ireland have proven that already this season, says .
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: Celebrating all things Irish goes global on St Patrick's Day. From The Angelus to our relationship with the cupla focail, we are a unique nation, writes .
: Fast food chain McDonald's has apologised after a hacker sent a message calling Donald Trump "a disgusting excuse of a President" from its Twitter account.
: Liam Payne has broken his silence over his relationship with Cheryl, saying that she was his dream girlfriend as a teenager.
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