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President John F Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy Onassis driven by Greer in their motorcade in Dallas on November 22 1963, the day the president was killed Photo by: US gov

Today's Irish news roundup, Nov 22, 2013

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President John F Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy Onassis driven by Greer in their motorcade in Dallas on November 22 1963, the day the president was killed Photo by: US gov

Today's Irish news

JFK’s Irish driver in Dallas was secret member of anti-Catholic Orange Order

JFK’s Irish driver on the day of the assassination was a  secret member of the anti-Catholic Orange Order it has been revealed...READ MORE

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“Selfless heroine” drove Derry bus fitted with viable bomb away from police station

Authorities are calling a Derry bus driver a “selfless heroine” for evacuating her passengers and driving to secluded area after a terrorist placed a bomb on her vehicle. The quick-thinking driver ordered 10 riders off the bus and drove alone to a less populated area before leaving the bus and alerting police...READ MORE

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An insulting stereotypical Irish cartoon by Thomas NastTop insulting Irish signs and "jokes" need to stop (PHOTOS)

It’s a truth rarely acknowledged that Irish insulting stereotypes are bandied about at an alarming rate in the US and elsewhere. All you have to do is Google search the words Ireland and funny and the results are astounding...READ MORE

 

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Detective Inspector Kevin Hyland, from the Metropolitan Police’s Human Trafficking Unit, speaking to the press outside Scotland Yard on the arrests following the discover of three women living in captIrish woman among those held captive for 30 years in London house (VIDEO)

Two people in their 60s have been arrested in London after the grim discovery that three women – from Ireland, Malaysia, and Britain were held captive in their home for over 30 years. The two arrested were later freed on bail...READ MORE

 

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Father Alec Reid, who as instrumental in the Northern Ireland peace process, has died in a Dublin hospital, at the age of 82.Father Alec Reid, key figure in Irish peace process, dies

Father Alec Reid, a key figure in the Irish peace process, has died.
He was the first to bring together Gerry Adams and John Hume, two nationalist leaders bitterly opposed to each other, in what became known as the Hume/Adams dialogue...READ MORE

 

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