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Colm Doyle, retired colonel of the Irish Army, outlines the role Irish troops will play during the UN mission in Syria
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter responds to the news that four congregations who ran Magdalene Laundries will not pay into a survivors' fund
David Hughes, Deputy General Secretary of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, says the HSE is breaking employment law
Mary Minihan, Irish Times, reports on proposals approved by Cabinet for an easing of restrictions on FOI requests
Tom Tuite, journalist, reports on the students who hacked the Fine Gael website before the last election
Alison Roberts, BBC reporter in Lisbon, discusses the difficulties facing the political parties in keeping Portugal's bailout programme on track
Nick Malkoutzis, deputy editor of Kaithemerini newspaper in Athens, discusses tough legislation to be introduced if Greece is to get its next tranche of bailout funds
Martin Delfin, news reporter with El Pais, discusses the corruption controversy surrounding pro-austerity leader Mariano Rajoy
Samantha Libreri meets residents of Strokestown as they commemorate cousins who left the town for Canada during the famine
Petula Martyn reports on the aerobatics that will be on display over Bray this weekend
Dave Wall, Irish Whale and Dolphin Group, discusses the new Atlas of marine mammals in Irish waters
Reporter Cian McCormack heads to the circus exhibition at the Ark in Dublin's Temple Bar to experience some of its thrills
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