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2006-05-31 03:40:07

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland plans to rush new laws on rape through parliament next week after a Supreme Court ruling left open a loophole that allowed a man convicted of raping a 12-year-old girl to be freed.

2006-04-06 17:51:22

By Paul Hoskins ARMAGH (Reuters) - Britain and Ireland set a November deadline on Thursday for restoring Northern Ireland's regional administration in a final push to persuade the province's feuding politicians to share power.

2006-04-06 12:22:47

By Paul Hoskins ARMAGH (Reuters) - Britain and Ireland set a November deadline on Thursday for restoring Northern Ireland's regional administration in a final push to persuade the province's warring politicians to share power.

2006-04-06 09:24:26

By Paul Hoskins ARMAGH (Reuters) - Britain and Ireland set a November deadline on Thursday for restoring Northern Ireland's regional administration in a final push to persuade the province's warring politicians to share power.

2006-03-31 02:55:19

By Jodie Ginsberg DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland will mark two anniversaries in April. The first -- 100 years since the birth of playwright Samuel Beckett -- has provoked little drama.

2006-03-17 15:51:25

By Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ireland's prime minister used a Saint Patrick's Day visit to hammer home to President George W. Bush concerns about secret CIA flights through his country and treatment of inmates at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo.

2005-12-01 22:18:14

By Saul Hudson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told Ireland on Thursday the United States had not used its territory to secretly transfer terrorism suspects to foreign states as she tried to defuse concerns over the handling of U.S. detainees.

2005-08-05 18:25:45

By Kevin Smith DUBLIN (Reuters) - Three Irish fugitives accused of Irish Republican Army membership and convicted by a Colombian court of teaching Marxist rebels how to make bombs resurfaced in Ireland on Friday, triggering a political storm.


Word of the Day
bawbee
  • A coin originally worth six pennies Scots, and later three; held equivalent to an English halfpenny.
  • (in plural) Money; cash.
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