Island in north-west Europe divided into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
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Tui to close 166 high street stores after ‘changes in customer behaviour’
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England’s Morgan says Ireland eyeing an “upset” as ODI cricket returns
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Brexit bureaucracy? 'Green card' required for UK drivers in Ireland
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Irish football fans honour Jack Charlton in Dublin
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Taoiseach visits Stormont leaders in Belfast
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Ireland's baby mass grave scandal remains a mystery
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'Better to have no deal' if Britain continues Brexit stance, says former Irish PM
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Pubs reopen as lockdown restrictions ease in Ireland
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Hairdressers in high demand during lockdown relaxation in Ireland
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Baby girl born with so much hair it was visible during 34 week scan
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Irish parties await members' verdict on three-way coalition deal
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Finance ministers from Spain, Ireland and Luxembourg join race for Eurogroup presidency
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The Last Surviving Sibling Of JFK Dies At 92
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Guinness recovering from Covid-19 slup
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Dublin barber jokes about operating a repair shop as more Covid-19 restrictions lifted
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U.N. Humiliates Trudeau
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Jean Kennedy Smith, last surviving sibling of JFK, dies at 92
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Canada loses out to Ireland and Norway in Security Council voteNorway secured 130 votes, while Ireland got 128 and Canada managed just 108. India ran unopposed to win in the Asia-Pacific region, while Mexico...
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