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Im Irish my Mother always said Where in Ireland did they come

Im Irish my Mother always said Where in Ireland did they come


"I'm Irish" my Mother always said. "Where in Ireland did they come from" I always asked. "I don't know" my Mother always replied. I h.

Ireland and America's destinies became intertwined because of the potato. The failure of the crop during the Great Hunger of 1845-1850 propelled many Irish ...

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But where did they come from? In the early 1600s, as the English nobility was taking over the lands that this group lived on in Scotland, they relocated to ...

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“Irish is fine for patriots, English for traitors, but it's the Latin that gains us Heaven.”


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Signs for repealing and keeping Ireland's abortion ban seen this month next to a cemetery in Castlerea. (James Forde for The Washington Post)

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Savita Halappanavar: Her tragic death and how she became part of Ireland's abortion debate

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A Tour Around the Over-Kingdoms – The Tribes of Ireland.

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A scene from an Irish wake, circa 1750.

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A protester is arrested in Washington DC after the decision to approve an abortion ban in

The Irish border is at the heart of Brexit negotiations, as the UK and EU

7 ways to say 'I love you' in Irish - Tell your loved one you care in Gaelic

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The state of the Irish language in 1871

Dad and I thought we might be Scottish or Irish but didn't really know for sure. Our roots might have remained a mystery forever if it ...

Honoured: Receiving her degree from NUI Galway in 2005 Homecoming:Anjelica Huston will return toIreland this year

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Irish mammies are one in a million.

'It's a nothing song', says Louis Walsh on Ireland's Eurovision hopes. Louis Walsh (Ian West/PA)

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Every Christmas Eve we placed a single red candle in the window. My mother always told me we were lighting the way for Mary and Joseph on their way to find ...

From 1983 to 2018: A history of the Eighth Amendment

The blossoms are said to be highly erotic to men… which perhaps explains why Ireland did such a roaring trade in exporting hawthorn flowers in the past.

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Do you know a 'Bear' or a 'Bull' or even a 'Horse'? John O'Connor takes a look the many Irish people given nicknames inspired by animals.

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In a tiny Irish village, one man will always be President.

The DUP, under leader Arlene Foster, has repeatedly refused proposals to decriminalise abortion in