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Ireland finally says sorry to the 10,000 'Magdalene Sister slaves' of its Catholic workhouses who were locked up and brutalised by nuns

A plaque dedicated to Magdalane Laundry survivors in St Stephens Green in Dublin. Between 1922 and 1996 an estimated 10,000 young Irish girls were sent to the laundries where they were were forced to work without pay

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Irish PM: Magdalene laundries product of harsh Ireland

Laundries 'product of harsh Ireland' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-2... Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny apologises for the stigma and conditions suffered by women who were inmates of the Magdalene laundries.

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Irish government: ease Palestinian suffering by fully recognizing the State of Palestine

The Taoiseach Mr Enda Kenny TD has announced the line-up for Ireland’s Edge, a unique conference which is taking place next month in Dingle, Co Kerry. At the launch today at the Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute at Trinity College Dublin, Mr Kenny announced speakers from business, academia, the media, technology and the [ ]

Mrs. O wearing a Spring 2012 dress by Lyn Devon. She's with Fionnuala Kenny, wife of Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny, for a St. Patrick's Day reception in the East Room of the White House.

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No souring of relations between First Minister Arlene Foster and I over bombshell speech insists Taoiseach Enda Kenny - Belfast Telegraph

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Ireland finally says sorry to the 10,000 'Magdalene Sister slaves' of its Catholic workhouses who were locked up and brutalised by nuns

Slaved: An estimated 10,000 were sent to work for no remuneration in 'Magdalene laundries' over a period of 70 years

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A fully fitted spacesuit as shown in the May 1953 edition of Science Fiction Plus Magazine, 8 years before the first mankind's accomplishment of putting the first human in space, Yuri Gagarin.

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