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Two firms in Ireland are asking $221 million for three office blocks and a row of shops and apartments in the Dublin 2 area, including 2 Grand Canal Square.
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15 hrs ago | Medical News Today
For your information: MNT accounts were not affected by the recent Heartbleed bug, as we were not running a vulnerable version of OpenSSL.
EXCLUSIVE : Now might be the perfect time for more faith-based features to get in on the box office hunger that's propelled Christian-themed fare like Fox's Son Of God and Freestyle Releasing's God's Not Dead into the Top 10. True-tale biopic Noble is one such film aiming to join the fray as it makes festival rounds and screens for buyers this ... (more)
A self-proclaimed visionary who has attracted an internet following under the pseudonym "Maria Divine Mercy" has been firmly condemned by Archbishop Diamuid Martin of Dublin, Ireland.
The Jews and the Irish are model minorities trying to preserve tradition and community in a centrifugal world which dissolves people's bonds to the past and to each other.
Severely obese people with vitamin D deficiency may be less mobile than those with normal levels of the vitamin, a new study says.
DUBLIN, Ireland, April 15, 2014/African Press Organization / His Excellency the Ambassador of Republic of Senegal presented its Letters of Credence to the President at ras an Uachtarin today.
The tender included both AXONbody cameras and EVIDENCE.com as the backend data management system as part of an evaluation being conducted by the MPS.
I was in Dublin, Ireland, where I was asked to speak at the National Convention for Life 2014 on April 12. The daylong event was more than sold out.
You can imagine that Cuban cigar retailers have little trouble selling Montecristo brand cigars.
Former White Stripes member and musician/singer well on his way to Rock Godism has just announced on his website that he will be touring this summer for his Lazaretto tour.
Researchers at Cambridge University, U.K. finds that after agriculture's emergence in Central Europe starting around 5300 BC, bones of those living in the Danube River valley became progressively less strong, pointing to a regressive decline in human mobility and loading... Research by Alison Macintosh, a PhD candidate in Cambridge University's ... (more)
If you listen to the stories about Ireland, you will spend your break drinking, dancing and looking at hills.