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Ireland to form new coalition government with Mícheál Martin as taoiseach

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Ireland to form new coalition government with Mícheál Martin as taoiseach

Ireland to form new coalition government with Mícheál Martin as taoiseach

Rival parties in Ireland agreed to form a new government with Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and the Green party.View on euronews


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