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Island in north-west Europe, 20th largest in world, politically divided into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland (a part of the UK)

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Ireland: Island in north-west Europe, 20th largest in world, politically divided into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland (a part of the UK)
Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George's Channel. Ireland is the second-largest island of the British Isles, the third-largest in Europe, and the twentieth-largest on Earth.

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Brexit extension likely to be flexible: Irish foreign minister

Ireland's foreign minister said he thinks Britain will be offered a flexible extension that could trigger Brexit well ahead of the new deadline but that the views of all EU member states were first..
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Ireland to investigate if truck where bodies found passed through country

Irish authorities will carry out any investigations necessary if it is established that the truck in which the bodies of 39 people were found near London on Wednesday passed through Ireland, Prime..
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Videos for Ireland

UK police move truck found with 39 bodies inside [Video]UK police move truck found with 39 bodies inside

British police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck at an industrial estate near London on Wednesday and said they had arrested the driver on suspicion of murder. Rough Cut (no reporter..

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39 bodies found in UK cargo truck, driver arrested [Video]39 bodies found in UK cargo truck, driver arrested

A murder investigation is underway after the dead were discovered during the early hours of October 23. Maha Albadrawi reports.

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The Church Of Scientology Is Quietly Buying Up A Florida Town [Video]The Church Of Scientology Is Quietly Buying Up A Florida Town

The Church of Scientology and its members are rapidly buying up a downtown neighborhood in a Florida city. The Tampa Bay Times reports that members of the church have spent $103 million on property in..

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Danny Masterson's Alleged Rape Victims Sue Scientology [Video]Danny Masterson's Alleged Rape Victims Sue Scientology

The four women suing Danny Masterson for alleged sexual assault. In a shocking turn the women have slapped the Church of Scientology’s leader David Miscavige with legal papers. According to The..

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Disciplined, error-free rugby key for England against New Zealand [Video]Disciplined, error-free rugby key for England against New Zealand

England aim for error-free rugby to beat the All Blacks

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Sanders' New Ad Includes Alexandria Ocasio Cortez's Endorsement [Video]Sanders' New Ad Includes Alexandria Ocasio Cortez's Endorsement

The Bernie Sanders campaign launched its first ad highlighting his massive rally in New York City. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s endorsement is included in the ad. The ad also includes a popular line..

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Elizabeth Warren Joins Chicago Teachers To Demand Better Resources [Video]Elizabeth Warren Joins Chicago Teachers To Demand Better Resources

Elizabeth Warren rallied with striking Chicago teachers, supporting the union’s demands. She joined a crowd of teachers and parents outside an elementary school. According to Reuters, Chicago school..

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Why Kirstjen Nielsen Left The DHS [Video]Why Kirstjen Nielsen Left The DHS

Former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen explained on Tuesday why she left office. According to CNN, Nielsen said it was because "saying no" was "not going to be enough." Nielsen made her..

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Former President Jimmy Carter Hospitalized After Fall [Video]Former President Jimmy Carter Hospitalized After Fall

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized with a minor pelvic fracture. According to Reuters, he suffered the injury after a fall on Monday night. The former president fell yesterday..

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Republicans Play Up Attacks On Impeachment Inquiry [Video]Republicans Play Up Attacks On Impeachment Inquiry

House Republicans are mounting a fresh offensive against Democrats’ impeachment inquiry. Donald Trump demanded on Monday that Republicans “get tougher and fight” on his behalf. The latest GOP..

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Trudeau's Fate Decided Today [Video]Trudeau's Fate Decided Today

On October 21st Canada will hold its elections. The vote will determine whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will remain in power after two major scandals. Trudeau is the Liberal Party leader...

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New Zealand’s Mo’unga calls 46-14 win over Ireland “a lot of fun” [Video]New Zealand’s Mo’unga calls 46-14 win over Ireland “a lot of fun”

New Zealand’s Mo’unga says 46-14 RWC quarterfinal win over Ireland was “a lot of fun,” while Ireland’s Murray says the loss and his side’s exit is tough to take.

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Mick Mulvaney's Job Is Going From Bad To Worse [Video]Mick Mulvaney's Job Is Going From Bad To Worse

Politico reports Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney’s week went from bad to worse on Sunday. That's when, once again, he tried to explain why President Donald Trump had withheld aid to Ukraine for..

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Rugby World Cup: England face All Blacks as both sides ease into semi-finals [Video]Rugby World Cup: England face All Blacks as both sides ease into semi-finals

New Zealand will face England in next Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi-finals after the All Blacks pummelled a flat Ireland 46-14 in Saturday's last-eight clash in Tokyo.

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Conor McGregor Eyed In Second Sexual Assault Case [Video]Conor McGregor Eyed In Second Sexual Assault Case

Business Insider reports Conor McGregor faces second sexual assault investigation in Ireland. However, the former UFC champion's publicist says the fighter denies any report accusing him of sexual..

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Jill Stein To Hillary Clinton: I'm No Russian Doll [Video]Jill Stein To Hillary Clinton: I'm No Russian Doll

In 2016, the Green Party's Jill Stein ran for president of the United States of America, earning nearly 1.5 million votes. But several congressional reports say Russia's efforts to interfere in the..

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New Zealanders ecstatic after All Blacks outclass Ireland [Video]New Zealanders ecstatic after All Blacks outclass Ireland

New Zealand fans gush over All Blacks dominant RWC quarter-finals win over Ireland.

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All Blacks thump Ireland to set up England semi-final [Video]All Blacks thump Ireland to set up England semi-final

Retiring Ireland captain Rory Best and head coach Joe Schmidt react to the 46-14 defeat to New Zealand in Tokyo, knocking Ireland out of the Rugby World Cup.

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Jonny no-mates: Sexton trains alone before New Zealand quarter-final [Video]Jonny no-mates: Sexton trains alone before New Zealand quarter-final

Ireland flyhalf Johnny Sexton gets a little extra solo practice time at Tokyo Stadium ahead of their World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand.

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Brexit stakes high in Northern Ireland’s border city [Video]Brexit stakes high in Northern Ireland’s border city

The stakes are high in the Northern Irish city Londonderry as Britain tries to complete the difficult process of leaving the European Union. Francis Maguire reports.

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Air New Zealand pokes fun at Irish fans ahead of quarter-final [Video]Air New Zealand pokes fun at Irish fans ahead of quarter-final

Air New Zealand promises Irish fans a bumpy ride ahead of their Rugby World Cup quarter-final clash.

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British police call truck deaths an 'absolute tragedy'

British police said the deaths of 39 people inside a truck was "an absolute tragedy" as they try to identify the victims and discover how the vehicle entered Ireland before coming to Britain.
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Ireland to await developments from UK and EU on possible Brexit delay

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Tuesday he would await further developments from London and Brussels about a possible extension to Brexit after his British counterpart lost a crucial vote in..
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Brexit clarity could help revive talks on Northern Ireland government: Sinn Fein

Clarity on Brexit could open the way for Northern Ireland's feuding parties to engage in detailed talks aimed at reviving its power-sharing government, the deputy leader of the Irish nationalist Sinn..
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Ireland warns any UK request for Brexit extension not straightforward

Ireland's position remains that granting an extension to Brexit is preferable to Britain crashing out of the European Union without a deal but there is no guarantee that view is shared throughout the..
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Ireland's Varadkar says no British request to delay Brexit yet

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Saturday afternoon that Britain has not yet made any request to delay Brexit after Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost a vote in the UK parliament that means he..
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Irish PM's party primed for snap election if Brexit sealed: party sources

Supporters of Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar will urge him to call a snap election if Britain can seal its departure from the European Union, four members of his Fine Gael party told Reuters.
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Brexit deal will minimize short-term economy hit: Irish finance minister

The Brexit deal struck by Britain and the rest of the European Union will minimize much of Brexit's short-term impact on the economies of Ireland and Northern Ireland, Irish Finance Minister Paschal..
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Ireland's foreign minister welcomes Brexit deal as a big step forward

Ireland's foreign minister on Thursday welcomed the Brexit deal struck by the British government and the European Union as "a big step forward".
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Irish PM says flawed Northern Ireland assembly veto should be overhauled

A veto mechanism in Northern Ireland's devolved parliament that was intended to prevent discrimination toward one community over another should be overhauled in talks to restore the local assembly,..
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Irish PM says still outstanding Brexit issues, may need more time

There are still issues to be resolved in Brexit negotiations, particularly on the issue of consent for Northern Ireland as well as some on customs, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday..
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Amid Brexit tension, Irish PM says UK citizenship laws out of step with Northern Ireland peace deal

British citizenship laws are out of step with Northern Ireland's 1998 peace accord that recognized the birthright of anyone in the British-run region to identify as Irish, British or both, Irish Prime..
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Ireland says Brexit legal text needed today to be ready for EU summit

Britain must put its proposals for a Brexit deal with the European Union in the form of a legal text on Tuesday if EU leaders are to approve an agreement at their summit in Brussels on Oct 17-18, Irish..
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Brexit deal can be done, but work still to do: Coveney

A deal between Britain and the European Union is possible, perhaps even this week, but there are still a lot of details to be worked out, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Monday.
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EU, Britain to hold intense Brexit talks as UK departure date nears

The European Union and Britain agreed on Friday to hold intense talks over the next few days in a bid to secure a deal over Britain's departure from the bloc, but arrangements over British-Irish border..
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Possible Brexit fix: keep Northern Ireland in UK customs but do checks in Irish sea: EU sources

The European Union's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told member states that Britain has changed its position to now accept that the proposed replacement to the backstop cannot erect a customs border..
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JPMorgan now expects a Brexit deal to be struck

Investment bank JPMorgan said on Friday it now expected Britain and the European Union to reach a Brexit deal following an upbeat meeting on Thursday between Britain and Ireland's leaders.
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Irish finance minister hopeful of Brexit progress in Brussels

Ireland’s finance minister said he was hopeful talks between the chief Brexit negotiators of the European Union and Britain would yield a positive outcome on Friday.
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Brexit negotiators meet for breakfast after 'pathway to deal' opens

The chief Brexit negotiators of the European Union and Britain met for breakfast on Friday, hours after Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart unexpectedly said they had found a pathway..
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Brexit breakfast for EU and UK negotiators after 'pathway to deal' opens

The chief Brexit negotiators of the European Union and Britain were meeting for breakfast on Friday, hours after Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart unexpectedly said they had found..
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No Northern Ireland party will have veto on Brexit deal: UK minister

No single party in Northern Ireland will be given a veto in any Brexit deal that is now "a distinct possibility" following a positive meeting between the Irish and British leaders on Thursday,..
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Irish foreign minister says there is Brexit optimism but 'not there yet'

Ireland's foreign minister Simon Coveney said there was cause for optimism after positive Brexit talks between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart but said there was still..
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UK Brexit planning minister Gove delighted by Johnson, Varadkar talks

Michael Gove, the British minister in charge of the government's preparations for Brexit, said talks between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart on Thursday had been constructive and..
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Brexit deal can be done by October 31, Ireland says after positive Johnson meeting

A Brexit deal could be clinched by the end of October to allow the United Kingdom to leave the European Union in an orderly fashion, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said after what he called a very..
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Britain and Ireland see a pathway to Brexit deal

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar said they saw a pathway to a possible Brexit deal after a last-ditch meeting aimed at paving a way for the United Kingdom to leave..
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Last chance Brexit saloon: British and Irish leaders meet

Prime Minister Boris Johnson met his Irish counterpart in northern England on Thursday in a last-ditch attempt to revive a British proposal for a Brexit deal that the European Union said falls far..
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Irish PM says in UK to see if any Brexit progress can be made

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he was meeting his British counterpart, Boris Johnson, on Thursday to see if they could make any progress in Britain's negotiations with the European Union to..
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UK and Irish leaders to meet in England on Thursday

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar will meet on Thursday in the northwest of England, the Irish government said.
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Ireland open to workable Northern Ireland assembly role in Brexit deal

Ireland is absolutely open to proposals that would give Northern Ireland's devolved assembly a say over Brexit but any mechanism must be workable and be one voters in the British-run region would..
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EU's Oettinger rejects time limit to backstop, veto by Northern Ireland

The backstop in Ireland cannot be subject to a time limit or be at risk of being vetoed by a third party, which Northern Ireland would be from the EU's point of view after Brexit, the bloc's top budget..
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Irish minister: if there's a Brexit solution, we want to find it

Ireland still wants to work with Britain to find solutions to solve the Brexit impasse because the stakes are so high that constructive engagement is the only choice, Irish Finance Minister Paschal..
Reuters - Published

Irish PM says very difficult to secure Brexit deal by next week

It will be very difficult to secure a Brexit agreement by next week with big gaps remaining in the British position, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Tuesday following a phone call with his..
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No impasse in Brexit talks, but gaps remain: Coveney

Ireland's foreign minister said on Tuesday there was still hope for a deal with Britain to smooth its exit from the European Union but more work needed to be done on customs arrangements to avoid a..
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UK PM Johnson, Ireland's Varadkar want Brexit deal: Downing Street

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar reiterated their desire for a Brexit deal in a phone conversation on Tuesday, a Downing Street spokesperson said.
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British 'take it or leave it' approach amounts to no deal, Ireland says

If the British government's approach is that the fresh Brexit proposals it made last week were presented on a take-it-or-leave-it basis, it must know that will not result in a deal, Ireland's foreign..
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Irish foreign minister to meet Barnier for Brexit update

Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney will meet the European Union's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier later on Tuesday for an update on the ongoing negotiations in Brussels and believes a deal is still..
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Ireland remains open to a 'fair' Brexit deal: Coveney

Ireland's foreign minister said on Tuesday European Council President Donald Tusk was reflecting EU-wide frustration when he accused Britain of playing a "stupid blame game" over Brexit.
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Any threat to withdraw UK-Irish security cooperation is unacceptable: minister

Julian Smith, the British minister for Northern Ireland, said any threat to withdraw security cooperation with Ireland was unacceptable and not in the interests of the province or the wider United..
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DUP leader accuses EU and Dublin of trying to trap Northern Ireland

The leader of the small Northern Irish party that supports Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government accused the European Union and Ireland on Tuesday of trying to trap the British territory in a..
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Irish PM says seeking to meet UK's Johnson on Brexit next week

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is seeking a meeting with his British counterpart Boris Johnson next week, stressing on Saturday that time was tight for London to go further with the fresh Brexit..
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Dutch PM Rutte: Brexit deal that creates customs border unacceptable - FT

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told his British counterpart Boris Johnson on Saturday that a Brexit agreement that creates a customs border in Ireland is unacceptable, the Financial Times reported.
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Explainer: Why the UK's Brexit proposal falls short for the EU

Britain's latest proposal for an agreement on the terms of its divorce from the European Union has been widely rebuffed in Brussels because it does not meet the objectives of the so-called Irish border..
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Not Mission Impossible: Irish foreign minister says new Brexit deal can be done

Negotiations to strike a new Brexit deal are not "mission impossible" and can succeed, Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney said on Friday, but any new agreement must also secure an open Irish border.
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Ireland would consider Brexit extension if UK sought one: PM Varadkar

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday that if Great Britain were to request an extension to its Brexit deadline he would consider it, adding that an extension would be preferable to the UK..
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Germany says any Brexit deal must prevent hard Irish border

Germany welcomes Britain's latest Brexit proposals and remains of the view that any deal must protect the European Union's internal market and avoid a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland,..
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Irish foreign minister says no Brexit deal unless UK shifts position

If the British prime minister does not change his position on Britain's departure from the European Union there will be no Brexit deal, Ireland's foreign minister said on Friday.
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EU and Ireland sceptical of a Brexit breakthrough after UK PM Johnson's offer

The European Union and Ireland said on Thursday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit proposals were unlikely to yield a deal, with Dublin bluntly warning that Britain was heading toward a no-deal..
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DUP leader Foster says latest UK Brexit proposal will not be amended

The leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) said on Thursday British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit proposal would not be amended and that the Irish government's negative..
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DUP deputy leader says Ireland reaction shows backstop a trap

The deputy leader of the Northern Irish party that supports Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative government on Thursday said the reaction of the Irish government to Britain's Brexit proposals..
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