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Dominic McSorley, CEO of Concern, discusses the plight of Syrian refugees in advance of the Geneva II talks
Fawaz Gerges, Professor of Middle East relations at the London School of Economics, says it's still not certain that the Geneva II talks will go ahead
Gordon Deegan, freelance journalist, reports on the case of a 68-year-old Clare farmer who cycled through the night to get away from his tormentors
Kieron Brennan, CEO of the Irish League of Credit Unions, says there are positive signs in the latest 'What's Left' tracker
Paul Hannigan, chair of Institutes of Technology Ireland, explains why it would be beneficial for ITs to be given full university status
Ingrid Miley, Industry and Employment Correspondent, reports on today's ballot at Aer Lingus, and the Dublin and Shannon Airport Authorities
Jim Higgins, Fine Gael MEP, says he has the full support of the party to run again in the European elections
Stephen Wynne-Jones, editor of Checkout magazine, discusses a survey showing Aldi and Lidl are the most popular supermarkets with Irish shoppers
Taoiseach Enda Kenny expresses his confidence in John Tierney
Dermot Carty, Unicef's Deputy Director of Emergency Operations, describes the life-saving medication and supplies required for the hundreds of thousands of displaced people
Dr Adrian Kavanagh, Lecturer in Geography at NUIM and Eurovision fan, discusses Ireland's chances -- before even a song is picked
Dominic Coyle, deputy business editor with The Irish Times, reports that the deal harks back to the flotation of Telecom Éireann in 1999
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