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    The way we were: Ireland during its construction boom

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    In dire straits: the Irish economy

    The way we are: unsold, abandoned houses litter the once Emerald Isle

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    In dire straits: the Irish economy

    Thousands of public sector workers protest against the government's handling of the recession

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    More unsold, abandoned homes

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    Workers from the closed Waterford Crystal factory call for its reopening

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    Farmers queue at government building in Co. Antrim, to apply for European Union grant

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    More bleak scenes from today's Ireland

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    Workers listen to union leaders at a Dublin protest over government's handling of the recession

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    The one promising sign: construction at Lansdowne Road

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    Public sector workers protests over collapse of Irish economy

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    Yet another Irish abandoned lot

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    "For Sale" signs crowd Irish streets

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    Waterford Crystal workers protest

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    An unfinished housing estate in Ireland, another sign of the downward spiral of the Irish construction industry

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    Workers protest past Trinity College in Dublin

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    Ireland is experiencing one of the worst banking crises in its history

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    Irish newspapers highlight the banking crisis

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    In Ireland, workers are angry at the "fat cats"

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    Laid-off staff at the Technics Site in Dublin Airport, which closed its Dublin operations

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    Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen about to make a speech on the future of the Irish economy

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    The last shift: A worker arrives at a Dell plant factory in Co. Limerick, which axed 1,900 jobs

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