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Irish Turn on Obama
Patriot Post
Perhaps, as several Irish people said, the President should get American schools in order before he criticizes other countries’. Others, especially religious groups in the U.S.were less shocked than they were offended. “[This is] another example,” said 
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Irish company leading war against counterfeit drugs
Irish Medical News
The Irish pharmaceutical export business is worth €55 billion a year but is under threat from counterfeit drugs, of which more than 11 million were stopped at EU borders in 2009. Horizon Engineering, which has offices in Dublin and Mayo, is working 

Irish home mortgage arrears 90 days+ above 12% in Q1 2013
FinFacts Ireland
The Central Bank today published Q1 (first quarter) 2013 data on mortgage arrears, repossessions and restructures, which shows that there were 95,554 (12.3%) private residential mortgage accounts for principal dwelling houses (PDH) in arrears of over 

Friday Newspaper Review – – Irish Business and International News – – June 21 
FinFacts Ireland
The move and other changes to regulatory rules for how struggling borrowers should be treated by lenders have been condemned by David Hall, of the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation, as a “banker’s charter” that will lead to a spike in repossession.

Irish pro-lifers continue push for ‘free vote’ on abortion legislation
Catholic Culture
“Abortion is a matter of natural moral law which is written on every human heart,” the American cardinal told the Irish Catholic. “One cannot, as a Catholic politician, excuse oneself from the question of abortion by claiming that one should not bring 

Irish Pol Blasts ‘War Criminal’ Obama: We’re ‘Prostituting Ourselves’ As 
Mediaite
President Obama was in Ireland earlier this week for the G8 summit, but at least one Irish politician is not happy about the visit. Clare Daly, a member of the Irish Parliament, tore apart both Obama and the “unprecedented slobbering” over him and his 

Irish-based ‘deckchair tycoon’ was €130million drug lord… now he’s in prison
Irish Mirror
The luxurious life of a drugs lord who masqueraded as an Irish businessman, came crashing down when he was jailed for 18 years yesterday. Scheming Philip Baron, 58, peddled a story that he ran a deckchair rental firm in Spain, but was flooding Britain 
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Irish health minister says new abortion law will save lives
Arabic UPI.com
DUBLIN, Ireland, June 21 (UPI) — Dr. James Reilly, the Irish minister of health, opened debate on an abortion bill Thursday by saying it would assure women their lives will be protected. Reilly also said the bill, by bringing abortion into the open 
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