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    Morning Ireland Tuesday 25 November 2014

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    Morning Ireland

    Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Rachael English.

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    Ferguson decision sparks riots

    Steve Futterman, CBS Correspondent, reports from the St Louis suburb of Ferguson, where protests raged through the night over a decision not to bring charges over the killing of Michael Brown

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    Dozens of arrests in overnight violence in Ferguson

    Laura Whelan looks at events in Ferguson overnight, beginning with the voice of Robert McCulloch, the St Louis County prosecutor

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    Baby rescued from Dublin fire

    Conor Feehan of the Herald reports that a baby was among six people taken to hospital following a house fire in Dublin city centre

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    SIPTU on water charges and future government formation

    Jack O'Connor, SIPTU President, discusses water charges and how the political left has the potential to form a future government

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    Glasnevin to help tackle Ebola spread in Sierra Leone

    George McCullough, Chief Executive of Glasnevin Trust, discusses a new agreement with Concern to improve burial management of Ebola victims

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    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

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    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

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    For sale - a piece of Irish literary history

    Conor McMorrow reports on the sale of Billy Brennan's barn in Co Monaghan, which was made famous by the poetry of Patrick Kavanagh

    A very special performance - 500 children to sing with orchestra

    Sinead Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, reports on the 'Bluebottle' choral performance which will see 500 children from schools around Co Wicklow joining forces with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

    Glasnevin cemetery commemorates Armistice Day

    George McCullagh, Chief Executive of the Glasnevin trust, discusses some of the artefacts on view at an exhibition to mark the end of World War I

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