Today's Irish news roundup
Check out what Irish news stories are getting IrishCentral readers' attention today
Today's top Irish newsstories:
Ireland’s parliament has passed an historic abortion bill by 127 votes to 31. It will now be sent to the rubber stamp Senate where passage is assured…READ MORE
The body of “The Boston Strangler” Albert DeSalvo will be exhumed following DNA tests that linked the killer to the 1964 murder of Mary Sullivan. The Irish American was the last of the 11 women whose deaths are attributed to the confessed murderer…READ MORE
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bombings suspect, sat directly across from more than two dozen survivors of the fatal attack on Wednesday as he pleaded not guilty to killing three people and wounding more than 200…READ MORE
Natasha McShane’s grandmother, Bernie, has said the Armagh woman’s “future has been taken away from her” following the Bucktown, Chicago baseball bat attack three years ago…READ MORE
An Irish politician has apologized after he pulled a female colleague onto his lap during Wednesday night’s abortion debate on the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill…READ MORE
- Gay wedding cakes latest target of anti-gay...
- Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent...
- The New York Times questions Ireland’s highly-p
- An open letter in strong defence of capitalism.
- Offensive NFL sign outside restaurant just...
- A Magdalene Laundry US adoptee who holds...
- No Irish prosecution for man named as world’s...
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- Nelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning.
- Baby dies in horror birth at Belfast hospital...
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It is obvious that Jesus was not born in late December. The Gospel according to St. Luke states that the shepherds were abiding in the fields. Late DeThe New York Times questions Ireland’s highly-praised economic recovery
keeping the focus on Ireland for once for me--the Government here got on a bandwagon of tax returns accruing from a building spree--this was incentivi