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Protests in Ireland

World news about “Protests in Ireland” published by euronews.

REPORTER | 04/05 11:22 CET

Bailout brings deficit of trust to Ireland

Bailout brings deficit of trust to Ireland

Across Ireland empty buildings stand testament to the legacy of the Celtic tiger. A legacy which included a spectacular economic boom and a bust which led to an EU-IMF bailout based on tough austerity measures. But is that bailout working? That question could soon be answered…

  • Union flag protests continue in Belfast
    09/01 11:46 CET

    Union flag protests continue in Belfast

    Violent protests continue in Northern Ireland as loyalists renewed their anger against restrictions on flying the union flag from Belfast City…