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Throwback Thursday
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Throwback Thursday
The photo is new but the backdrop goes back to another time. John Hume and Ivan Cooper were two of the North’s leading civil rights leaders when th...
The living remember the dead
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The living remember the dead
The Book of Condolence for the Paris terror victims is illuminated by candlelight in Dublin's Catholic Pro Cathedral. Rollingnews.ie photo.
Belfast’s tricolor salute to Paris
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Belfast’s tricolor salute to Paris
In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris, Belfast City Hall was lit up in Blue, White and Red in honor of France.
Ireland mourns with France
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Ireland mourns with France
Tributes left outside as members of the public queued to add their signatures in the Book of Condolences for the victims of the Paris attacks in th...
Flashback Friday
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Flashback Friday
The second annual Irish Echo First Responders Awards event takes place tonight at Rosie O’Grady’s in Manhattan. Here’s a quick look back to last ye...
Throwback Thursday
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Throwback Thursday
The Anglo Irish Agreement marks its thirtieth anniversary this week. Taoiseach Garret FitzGerald and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher are p...
Adams addresses FOSF gathering in Manhattan
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Adams addresses FOSF gathering in Manhattan
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams addressing the annual Friends of Sinn Féin fundraising dinner in Manhattan. Photo by Nuala Purcell.
Yankee Doodle Dandy
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Yankee Doodle Dandy
Entertainer George M. Cohan was born on July 3, 1878, to Irish Catholic parents in Providence, R.I., although he famously boasted that he was born ...
Caitlin Gaughan wins in Baltimore
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Caitlin Gaughan wins in Baltimore
It’s the season for marathons and one of the recent races was the 15th Baltimore Marathon in which Caitlin Gaughan from Scranton, PA came first in ...
Boston hosts INUSA15
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Boston hosts INUSA15
Pictured at the welcome reception at Bostonia Public House kicking off the INUSA15 four day conference, November 5-8, were (l-r) Noreen McCormack, ...
A long life dedicated to Irish causes
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A long life dedicated to Irish causes
As many gathered today to bid farewell to Clare native and lifetime Hibernian John Egan, who died last weekend in a road accident in Greene County,...
Band of Brothers, plus a Father
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Band of Brothers, plus a Father
At the recent Hudson Valley Irish Fest were Hibernians (l-r) John Moroney, Sean Pender, Dan Dennehy, Tim McSweeney, Keith Carney, Fr. Henry Reid an...

 

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