Today's Irish news roundup
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Today's top Irish news stories:
Osama Bin Laden was the perfect student and a gentleman – says the Irishwoman who taught the world’s most notorious terrorist English.
Cork-born Breda O’Brien had outlined her experiences working with Bin Laden to the Irish Sun newspaper...READ MORE
Just like random acts of kindness, crowdfunding and paying it forward, "suspended coffee" is a small and cheap way of making a difference in the lives of other people.
The latest good deed fad began in Italy, grew in popularity throughout 2011, and spread to Ireland earlier this year...READ MORE
Ryan C McMahon, who suffered a fractured vertebrae and two broken arms in the panic that followed the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday, was "ecstatic" about the suspects capture on Friday, said her mother...READ MORE
The incoming head of the Catholic Church in Ireland has vowed to restore faith amongst his flock after his full ordination.
Archbishop Eamon Martin has promised to renew the Church when he succeeds Primate of All Ireland Cardinal Sean Brady...READ MORE
Up to 10,000 loyalists took park in a Belfast parade on Saturday marking the centenary of the formation of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF).
Supporters lined the streets as marchers, wearing period costumes and carrying replica weapons, set off along the Ravenhill Road...READ MORE
- Irish university suspends Legion of Mary...
- Notre Dame sues federal government again...
- Unionists regret US envoy Haass’ call for...
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- Top ten worst ever Irish Christmas gifts,...
- 4,000 Irish social welfare letters encourage...
- Caroline Kennedy “selfie” in Japan reveals...
- Pope Francis calls capitalism “new tyranny”...
- Address by Nelson Mandela to Joint Houses...
- Married priests could well be Pope Francis'...
"I have never met an irish teenager or 20 something that could have a conversation in Irish." And many American teenagers can only speak SpSmithwick inquiry finds Irish police may have colluded in two IRA murders
Not true that the burden of proof in a Tribunal of Enquiry is lighter than that of Civil Court…the term ‘burden of proof’ describesNelson Mandela showed us all what could be when good men rule
Teadoir You are right, the two faced very different challenges. Dr. King, a member of a minority race, struggled non violently for the rights of his pIrish university suspends Legion of Mary for anti-gay literature
So asking people to reconsider their opinions somehow "impedes" them? This is the glorious state of free speech in Ireland: that you can say