Monthly Archives: December 2015

Refugee crisis: Inside the Dunkirk camp where 2,500 refugees live in conditions ‘far worse’ than the Calais Jungle

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Islamic State Issues Fatwa On How To Properly Rape Enslaved Women, Girls

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Exclusive – Seized documents reveal Islamic State’s Department of ‘War Spoils’

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Citizen Journalism: Royal City of Dublin Hospital for sale, War Memorial World War 1, history British Empire to Irish Republic, established 1832

Source: Royal City of Dublin Hospital for sale, War Memorial World War 1, history British Empire to Irish Republic, established 1832

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Nostalgia and Tara Hill, Co. Meath by Michelle Clarke

PUBLISHED JANUARY 05 2005, OPEN PUBLISHING SITE Christmas 2015:  My mother gave me a Christmas Card ‘A Winter’s Sunset on the Hill of Tara, Co. Meath.  The original drawing was done by Micheal O’Brien, artist, and known to us both … Continue reading

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Good Friday Agreement 1998: “Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it”. Edmund Burke Scholar

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Good Friday Agreement 1998: “Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it”. Edmund Burke Scholar by Michelle Clarke

For me, today, this Christmas day 2015, it is nostalgia and a journey through my computer files and my decision to extract articles written in years gone by and considering them in the context of now; Ireland facing a General … Continue reading

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