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Shawn Pogatchnik

Shawn Pogatchnik

    Cameron urges G8 leaders to draw inspiration from hosts N Ireland
    Cameron urges G8 leaders to draw inspiration from hosts N Ireland
    Cameron said leaders gathering Monday for the summit should reach speedy agreement on trade and tax reforms, and draw inspiration from the...
    Irish to shrink, merge banks as part of bail out
    Irish to shrink, merge banks as part of bail out
    Ireland's banks will be pruned down, merged or sold as part of a massive European Union (EU)-International Monetary Fund (IMF) bail out taking...
    All Blacks overwhelm Ireland 38-18
    All Blacks overwhelm Ireland 38-18
    New Zealand overwhelmed a battling Ireland side 38-18 on Saturday to stay on course for its third Grand Slam of the home rugby unions in five...
    Irish prime minister testifies on his cash-heavy past
    Irish prime minister testifies on his cash-heavy past
    Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, who admits receiving a string of cash payments from businessmen, denied doing anything wrong when he began testifying...
    'Great night for Fianna Fail' in Ireland
    'Great night for Fianna Fail' in Ireland
    Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern's long-dominant Fianna Fail party marched toward its sixth straight election victory on Friday as voters opted to...
    'Foreign' rugby invading Ireland's hallowed ground
    'Foreign' rugby invading Ireland's hallowed ground
    For nearly a century, Ireland's patriotic guardians of homegrown Gaelic games observed an inflexible rule: No British sports permitted on the...
    Intel opens plant making smallest, fastest chip
    Intel opens plant making smallest, fastest chip
    Intel unveiled a plant on Thursday that manufactures the semiconductor company's newest 65-nanometer chips, an industry-leading technology that...
    Lesbian couple brave protesters on 'wedding' day
    Lesbian couple brave protesters on 'wedding' day
    The United Kingdom's first gay couple to win legal recognition under a new British civil-partnership law drove past anti-homosexual protesters on...
    Belfast bidding farewell to boozy soccer genius
    Belfast bidding farewell to boozy soccer genius
    George Best was to be buried on Saturday following a grandiose funeral expected to bring his native Belfast to a unified, bittersweet standstill....
    Family of IRA victim takes campaign to EU
    Family of IRA victim takes campaign to EU
    Five Belfast sisters campaigning against the Irish Republican Army's killing of their brother traveled on Tuesday to Brussels to lobby European...
    Dublin airport apologises for disabling ambulance
    Dublin airport apologises for disabling ambulance
    Ireland's major airport pledged on Tuesday not to clamp any more ambulances -- after one was disabled while trying to ferry a seriously injured...