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Irish fans in Paris deflated after narrow defeats in knock-outs

Irish fans in Paris deflated after narrow defeats in knock-outs
Republic of Ireland news
WITHIN minutes of France beating the Republic carloads of French fans were driving through Paris blasting their horns, waving flags and cheering for Les Bleus.

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  • Second Labour MP cancels Glastonbury appearance
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  • OO parade expected to be permitted to walk the Crumlin Road next Friday morning with an agreement to dismantle protest camp once complete
  • Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival reveals first details of performers

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Pope's visit to Armenia's closed border with Turkey sparks fury

Pope's visit to Armenia's closed border with Turkey sparks fury

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POPE Francis is ending his trip to Armenia with a visit to the closed border with Turkey amid new tensions with Ankara over his recognition of the 1915 "genocide".
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