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Tony Connelly, Europe Correspondent, reports that Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou is trying to win support for new austerity measures
Paul Rodgers, Professor of Peace Studies, Bradford University, says there is a tendency towards the use of rape in civil wars
Damien Mulley, communications consultant, says the new software can be used for tagging photos that users put up on their pages
Cian McCormack reports that potter Colm De Rís is making it big in the US and creating jobs in Clonshaugh in Dublin
John Simpson, economist and journalist, says there is not much detail about how a reduction in the corporation tax rate in Northern Ireland might be introduced
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports that the 53-year-old victim was shot in the hall of his home in Clondalkin
Barry O'Leary, IDA Chief Executive, discusses the efforts to secure further foreign direct investment in Ireland
David Murphy, Business Editor, reports that France wants to see a rise in Ireland's corporate tax to relieve some of the country's debt burden
Simon Coveney, Minister for Agriculture, says the source of the deadly strain of E coli has been established
David Norris, Senator, says his bid to become a Presidential candidate should be judged on his record in public life and not on 'sensationalist' headlines
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