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John F. Kennedy and the First Lady in the Dallas motorcade. November 22, 1963. Photo by: Wordpress.com

Today's Irish news roundup, Nov 12th, 2013

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John F. Kennedy and the First Lady in the Dallas motorcade. November 22, 1963. Photo by: Wordpress.com

Today's top Irish news stories:



Did John F Kennedy's Irish-born driver cause his death?

The book "The Kennedy Detail: JFK's Secret Service Agents Break Their Silence", including contributions from Clint Hill, the secret service agent closest to him on the day, also focuses on another member of the detail, the President's driver, William Greer, a native of County Tyrone...READ MORE
 

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The top Irish chef in the U.S. reveals he was once undocumented in America

The leading Irish chef in the United States has revealed that he once was undocumented in the United States and that he is now ready to fight for immigration reform....READ MORE

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Connor McCowen sentenced to 60 years in prison for killing his sister's boyfriend.Irish American teen jailed for up to 60 years for murdering sister's boyfriend

Connor McCowen, a Michigan teenager, has been found guilty of killing his sister's ex-boyfriend and has been sentenced to 20 to 60 years behind bars...READ MORE

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A County Longford pig farmer has been jailed for one year having forced two repossession men to strip naked and get into a pen with an agitated boar.Pig farmer jailed for forcing repo men to strip and get into pen with boar.

A Longford pig farmer has been sent to jail for a year after he forced two repossession men to strip naked and get into a pen with an agitated boar...READ MORE

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Star-studded audience pays tribute to the great Irish poet Seamus HeaneyPaul Simon reads his favorite Seamus Heaney poem at East Village memorial

Legendary singer Paul Simon has led a New York tribute to the work of Irish poet Seamus Heaney in the East Village. Simon was joined on stage by 20 American and Irish writers, including novelist Colm Tóibín and poet Paul Muldoon....READ MORE

 

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