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    Drivetime Monday 16 June 2014



    Audrey Carville presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    Fr Gerry O'Connor talks to Fergal Keane about the shooting of a 6 year old boy in Ballyfermot

    Fr Gerry O'Connor is the parish priest in the Cherry Orchard area of Ballyfermot and knows the family of 6 year old Sean Scully who was shot in the neck. Fergal Keane spoke to him about the reaction in the area to the shooting.

    The Human Rights and Equality Commission calls on the state to insure redress for all victims.

    Victims of the State are still not getting proper compensation- that's according to the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. Della Kilroy reports.

    Talking Money

    Karl Deeter and Jill Kerby with advice for tracker mortgage holders

    Iraq - the fall of Tal Afar in the North West

    Martin Chulov Middle East correspondent for The Guardian newspaper

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