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  Pope accepts resignation of Irish bishop Map of Cork Ireland  The Pope has accepted the resignation of John Magee found to have mishandled allegations of clerical sex abuse in his County Cork diocese Bishop 'sorry' for abuse failings   A Catholic bishop in Waterford, Ireland, apologized for his 'inadequate' response to complaints that a priest in his diocese had abused chil...   Flights banned in Ireland and parts of UK  All flights in and out of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic have been grounded from 0700 BST because of fresh risks from volcanic ash   Volcanic ash grounds flights for 2nd day  Ash from an Icelandic volcano shut down airports in the United Kingdom and Ireland, causing disruptions to hundreds of passengers   Ash closes airports in England, Ireland
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B. 01-01 Irish atheists challenge blasphemy law Ireland
2. 02-14 Pope meets Irish clergy on abuse Vatican
D. 03-09 Police arrest 7 on murder plot charges Ireland
4. 03-17 Cardinal apologizes for child abuse failures Ireland
03-20 Pope says 'sorry' for Irish church abuse Vatican
G. 03-24 Pope accepts resignation of Irish bishop Cork, Ireland
7. 03-25 Bishop 'sorry' for abuse failings Waterford, Ireland
I. 05-03 Flights banned in Ireland and parts of UK Ireland
J. 05-05 Volcanic ash grounds flights for 2nd day United Kingdom

  Pope says 'sorry' for Irish church abuse
Irish atheists challenge blasphemy law Pope meets Irish clergy on abuse   Police arrest 7 on murder plot charges  Irish police arrested 7 people of plotting to commit a murder abroad. The target was Swedish cartoonist who drew a cartoon of Mohammed Cardinal apologizes for child abuse failures


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  The head of the Irish Catholic Church, Cardinal Sean Brady, admitted that the church's response to abuse had been 'hopelessly inadequate'
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  Benedict XVI said he is 'truly sorry' for the abuse suffered by victims at the hands of Catholic priests in Ireland
 The pope addressed the crisis that has rocked the Irish Catholic Church in an 18-page letter, which was made public
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  Airports in Manchester and Liverpool closed as a cloud of ash from a volcano moved east into England, but London airports were not affected
May.21   U2's Bono has emergency surgery    Bono has emergency spinal surgery, putting U2's upcoming concert dates, including Glastonbury, in jeopardy

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Sep.30   Ireland bank bailout could cost $46 billion  The central bank announced additional capital injections for Anglo Irish Bank and other institutions

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Nov.13     Irish 'in bailout talks with EU'  The Republic of Ireland is in preliminary talks with EU for financial support. The estimate for EFSF loans is between 60bn and 80bn euros Nov.16   Eurozone to work to help Ireland  A meeting of eurozone ministers in Brussels has ended with a promise to work towards further help for Ireland Nov.18     Dublin needs aid, minister admits
  The Irish Republic's finance minister has said he feels 'no sense of shame' over his country's economic record - but it now needs outside help
Nov.21     Irish government backs bail-out
  The Republic of Ireland will make a formal request for international aid to shore up its finances later on Sunday.    Finance minister Brian Lenihan told RTE ra...
  Irish PM confirms EU rescue deal
  The Republic of Ireland and the EU have agreed a financial rescue package, Irish PM Brian Cowen has confirmed   Ireland requests billions in euro loans  Ireland has formally requested substantial 'financial assistance' from the EU and International Monetary Fund to buttress the government Nov.24   Austerity: Higher taxes, fewer benefits  The Irish government unveiled its 4-year plan as part of the painful measures the country must take to reduce its national debt     Euro slides on Irish debt fears  The euro has continued its slide against the dollar as investors digest the Irish Republic's austerity plan. It fell by almost half a cent to... Nov.26   Protesters target Irish cutbacks Map of Dublin Ireland  Thousands of people are expected to take to the streets of Dublin for a protest against the Irish Republic's four-year austerity plan Nov.27   Meeting over Irish rescue scheme  European finance ministers are to meet in Brussels to discuss the details of a bailout worth more than 85bn euros for the Irish Republic Nov.28   EU close to agreeing Irish rescue   European finance ministers are meeting in Brussels to finalise the details of a bail-out worth more than 85bn euros for the Irish Republic

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Dec.10     Deep rift in Vatican-Ireland relationship  WikiLeaks: The Holy See appeared to ignore a commission looking into complaints of physical and sexual abuse of children by Irish priests Dec.15     Europe to rule on Irish abortion  The European Court of Human Rights is due to rule on whether the Irish Republic's anti-abortion laws violate women's human rights





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