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Irish PM apologizes over shocking Church child mortality report

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Irish PM apologizes over shocking Church child mortality report

Irish PM apologizes over shocking Church child mortality report

Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin has formally apologized for the state's "profound failure," after a government report detailed shocking conditions at Catholic Church-run homes for mothers and children between the 1920s and 1990s, in which some 9,000 children died.


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