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John Hume, an architect of the Irish peace process and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, passed away on August 3, 2020, in his native Derry.
John Hume was almost the forgotten man on one of the biggest days in Irish history, recalls Niall O'Dowd.
As of August 3, there have been 2,319 coronavirus-related deaths, and 32,196 confirmed cases of coronavirus on the island of Ireland.
John Hume, a hero of the peace process in Northern Ireland, passed away in Derry on August 3, 2020.
Pursuing the truth about what happened on July 31, 1975, with a passion for justice and peace for everyone affected by the Troubles.
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Dreams come through for British metal detectorist in County Antrim who discovered 84 gold coins worth $128,552 in his friend's field.
Gregory Campbell, the DUP MP for East Londonderry in Northern Ireland, is facing calls to apologize for his post.
On May 21, 1932, the record-breaking pilot, Amelia Earhart, landed in Ireland and stole on Donegal family's hearts.
Mid Ulster MP Francie Molloy said his comments were made in criticism of Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s statement that he would not push for a border poll.
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