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Ireland: Island in north-west Europe divided into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
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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Photographer captures murmuration of starling birds form into shape of a giant bird [Video]

Photographer captures murmuration of starling birds form into shape of a giant bird

A photographer in Westmeath, Ireland captured footage of a murmuration of starling birds as they formed into the shape of a giant bird.

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UK and Ireland back bid for 2030 World Cup [Video]

UK and Ireland back bid for 2030 World Cup

The United Kingdom and Ireland are to launch a bid to host the 2030 soccer World Cup, with $3.9 million due to be set aside for the process by the Chancellor in the upcoming budget. Adam Reed reports.

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Joint bid from UK and Ireland to host 2030 World Cup receives Government backing [Video]

Joint bid from UK and Ireland to host 2030 World Cup receives Government backing

A joint bid from England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland to host the 2030 World Cup has received support from the UK Government, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying it..

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UK & Ireland back bid for 2030 World Cup [Video]

UK & Ireland back bid for 2030 World Cup

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vows to back a UK-Ireland joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup.

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Fireball that lit up UK skies likely to be piece of asteroid [Video]

Fireball that lit up UK skies likely to be piece of asteroid

A fireball that lit up the skies over the UK on Sunday night is likely to have been a small piece of an asteroid entering the Earth’s atmosphere, scientists have said.The meteor was spotted shortly..

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First travellers released from UK hotel quarantine [Video]

First travellers released from UK hotel quarantine

Some of the first people to check into quarantine hotels are to be released on Friday morning.From last Monday, UK and Irish nationals returning to England from a “red list” country deemed at high..

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Irish Paralympic archer training at home targets Tokyo Games [Video]

Irish Paralympic archer training at home targets Tokyo Games

A Paralympic hopeful has spoken of her plans to compete in this year’s Games in Tokyo after a year of adapting her training around coronavirus restrictions.Kerrie Leonard, an archer from Co Meath,..

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Black Lives Matter campaigner teaching Irish dance classes online [Video]

Black Lives Matter campaigner teaching Irish dance classes online

This Black Lives Matter campaigner is spending lockdown teaching online Irish dance classes.Cuthbert Tura Arutura, who lives in Ballygowan in Co Down, said there are similarities between the dance of..

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The power of music during lockdown [Video]

The power of music during lockdown

Cellist Patrick Dexter tells Amanpour how videos of him playing outside his cottage in picturesque County Mayo, Ireland, brought joy during lockdown.

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Waterford great-grandmother gets Covid jab from her GP [Video]

Waterford great-grandmother gets Covid jab from her GP

Waterford great-grandmother Margaret Power has become one of the first people over the age of 85 in Ireland to receive the Covid jab in the community.

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Irish PM: 70% of new cases 'from UK variant' [Video]

Irish PM: 70% of new cases 'from UK variant'

Micheál Martin, Ireland’s Prime Minister, talks to Becky Anderson about whether new variants could undermine Ireland’s vaccination effort, and what he spoke to U.S. President Biden about after his..

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First guests to check in to quarantine hotels for 10-day stay [Video]

First guests to check in to quarantine hotels for 10-day stay

The first guests will check into Government-designated accommodation on Monday as the hotel quarantine regime begins.UK and Irish nationals and UK residents returning to England from 33 “red list”..

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Ireland suffer another Six Nations against France [Video]

Ireland suffer another Six Nations against France

Ireland’s Guinness Six Nations title aspirations were prematurely ended as France underlined their status as tournament favourites by grinding out a 15-13 win in Dublin.The Irish suffered successive..

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Giant Irish wolfhound cries out after reuniting with its owners [Video]

Giant Irish wolfhound cries out after reuniting with its owners

A Nashville family was reunited with their 200-pound Irish wolfhound, Fergus, after he fled their vehicle following a car crash. HLN’s Susan Hendricks has the details.

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Non-essential travellers crossing Irish border face fines [Video]

Non-essential travellers crossing Irish border face fines

Police in Ireland have set up checkpoints to prevent non-essential travel between the North and the Republic to halt the spread of Covid-19Insp Adrian Durcan of Monaghan Garda explains how successful..

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Travellers at Heathrow Airport react to new hotel quarantine [Video]

Travellers at Heathrow Airport react to new hotel quarantine

Travellers at London's Heathrow Airport have reacted to the government's new Covid travel rules for UK and Irish citizens. From February 15, those who come to the UK from a country on the travel ban..

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Travellers at Heathrow Airport react to hote quarantine [Video]

Travellers at Heathrow Airport react to hote quarantine

Travellers at London's Heathrow Airport have reacted to the government's new Covid travel rules for UK and Irish citizens. From February 15, those who come to the UK from a country on the travel ban..

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Coronavirus: Countries on the UK 'red list' [Video]

Coronavirus: Countries on the UK 'red list'

A look at the list of countries from which travel to the UK is currently banned.British and Irish nationals, or third country nationals with residence rights in the UK will be able to enter the UK...

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Cleverly defends hotel quarantine delay [Video]

Cleverly defends hotel quarantine delay

Foreign Minister James Cleverly has defended the government's decision to introduce a hotel quarantine for UK and Irish nationals arriving from "red list" countries on February 15, despite calls to..

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Police on the beat as European feelgood dance challenge goes viral [Video]

Police on the beat as European feelgood dance challenge goes viral

Swiss and Irish police have boogied their way to viral fame with the #JerusalemaChallenge, hoping to give people a good laugh during COVID-19 restrictions.

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Irish teenager who racially abused Ian Wright escapes criminal conviction [Video]

Irish teenager who racially abused Ian Wright escapes criminal conviction

An Irish teenager who admitted racially abusing football pundit Ian Wright has escaped a criminal conviction.Patrick O’Brien, of Sycamore Court, Ashleigh Downs, Tralee, abused the former England..

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PM on Northern Ireland Protocol: We will do everything we need to do [Video]

PM on Northern Ireland Protocol: We will do everything we need to do

The Prime Minister has said he is willing to override part of the Northern Ireland Protocol to ensure that there is no post-Brexit trade barrier down the Irish Sea.DUP North Antrim MP Ian Paisley said..

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Gove: EU actions over Irish border 'eroded' trust [Video]

Gove: EU actions over Irish border 'eroded' trust

Michael Gove has told the House of Commons that trust has been "eroded" and "damage" done by the EU's actions which risked restricting the free flow of Covid-19 vaccines across the Irish border. The..

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