Today's Irish news roundup, August 29th, 2013
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Today's top Irish news stories:
U.S. firm seeks $167 million from Irish taxi man over botched oil deal
A Dublin taxi driver is being sued for $162m (€115m) by a U.S. based company over alleged unpaid fees relating to an oil distribution deal. Ed O’Neill and his wife Sandra are being sued over an alleged failure to honor an agreement to share a $300m (€213m) consulting fee dating back to 2008, the Irish Independent reports…READ MORE
Niall O’Dowd: The genius of The Gathering, it may turn out, is not that Americans and others came, but that self-pride in the home place mushroomed in Ireland….READ MORE
Obama has tiptoed around the image of him as the first African American president, clearly believing that raising the racial issue makes for more animosity for him from opponents…READ MORE
A new survey shows that Irish people really let themselves go when they’re on vacation. ..READ MORE
Newly released photographs show the moment SWAT officers seized Boston Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev…READ MORE
- Gay teacher fired from Catholic school after...
- Nelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning.
- Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent...
- Unionists regret US envoy Haass’ call for...
- Hollywood star Gabriel Byrne brands new Pope...
- Bill O’Reilly slams Nelson Mandela as an...
- Nelson Mandela once considered a terrorist...
- Top ten negative terms used to describe Irish...
- Irish students told “No Irish Need Apply”...
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
What a Wally you've proven yourself to be blue shirt with your response or non response with rubbish and anti Islamaphobic inflammatory rhetoric. BeinGay teacher fired from Catholic school after applying for same-sex marriage license
This old religious nonsense really winds them up !! v interestingNelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning its arms during 2000 talks
If you were not there,your opinion is just white noise in the background of history.Nelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning its arms during 2000 talks
AS veteran of conflict. I can say with no reservations. If you were not there,your opinion is just white noise in the background of history.