Today's Irish news roundup
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Today's Irish news stories:
Boston city is in lockdown as a massive manhunt is now under way to find the teenage suspect wanted for Monday’s bombing that killed three and injured more than 170 people.
The police have identified the suspects as Chechen brothers Tamerlan Tsarnaev (26) and Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev (19)...READ MORE
Visitor our Irish in Boston page for all updates.
Aisling McCarthy Brady, the Irish nanny charged with first degree murder and assault and battery, pleaded not guilty at Middlesex Superior Court, MA.
The Lavey, County Cavan, native made her tearful plea in court on Thursday afternoon in Woburn...READ MORE
An Australian TV presenter has been criticized after he insinuated that Irish republicans may be linked to Monday’s bomb blast in Boston, which claimed the lives of three people and injured more than 170...READ MORE
he true heroes of the Boston marathon bombing were the EMT services, headed by Boston Emergency Services Chief Jimmy Hooley.
The EMT services got all the victims off the streets outside where the bombs exploded in a record 18 minutes...READ MORE
The Irish Famine Tribunal, which plans to examine the responsibility of the British government, under international law, for the tragic events of this period of Irish history, will be convened at Fordham Law School this weekend...READ MORE
- Irish university suspends Legion of Mary...
- Notre Dame sues federal government again...
- 4,000 Irish social welfare letters encourage...
- Top ten worst ever Irish Christmas gifts,...
- Married priests could well be Pope Francis'...
- Unionists regret US envoy Haass’ call for...
- Nelson Mandela showed us all what could be...
- Pope Francis calls capitalism “new tyranny”...
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- Address by Nelson Mandela to Joint Houses...
What would be so horrible about flying both the British and Irish flags side by side in government buildings in Northern Ireland. Didn't the Good FriIreland’s leaders mourn the death of South African hero Nelson Mandela (VIDEO)
A Mandela type of human has never or will ever be found the equal of this extraordinary being in the breath of Irish history. A people who can't do an4,000 Irish social welfare letters encourage young people to emigrate
a failed statelet and a failed people - roy keane to asst sums it upMarried priests could well be Pope Francis' legacy, says Irish theologian
The Bible however, condemns homosexuality. the men abandoned the natural function of the woman and burned in their desire toward one another, men with