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So many famous faces have Irish heritage and here are some that may surprise you.
Ireland's Minister for the Diaspora will announce more than $1.1 million in fresh funding to 24 organizations in the US as part of Ireland's Emigrant Support Programme.
John F. Kennedy has roots from all over Ireland, not just Wexford, as was thought back in the '60s.
If you enjoyed 'The Many Saints of Newark,' you might want to check out the Italian Mass at St. Lucy's in Newark - said by Fr Paul Donohue.
The Irish in the 2020 Green Card draw were selected for just 0.05% of the visas to be issued.
Mary Mallon, who later became known as Typhoid Mary, was born on September 23, 1869, in Cookstown, Co Tyrone.
South African doctor who lives in County Donegal, and her British husband who lives in County Derry have been waiting five months for a family permit.
"I have rights in Ireland now, I can take my place proudly among my compatriots, and I can finally do the thing that previous generations of us could not."
Karzan Sabah Ahmed, his wife Shahen Qasm, and their eight-month-old daughter Lena died after motorist Jonasz Lach entered the M6 motorway on the wrong side of the road and crashed into their car on Thursday evening.
The Department of Foreign Affairs confirmed that six Irish citizens have now been evacuated from Kabul International Airport since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan last week.
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Dr. John Lahey saddened over closure of Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum