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    Morning Ireland Monday 21 April 2014


    Three killed as violence escalates in eastern Ukraine

    Daniel McLaughlin, Foreign Correspondent with The Irish Times, reports from Donetsk on the ongoing crisis in eastern Ukraine.

    Leaving Cert under the spotlight as teachers gather for annual conferences

    Emma O Kelly, Education Correspondent, previews this week's teachers' union's conferences

    Worrying poll results for Government parties

    Fionnán Sheahan, Group Political Editor, Independent Newspapers discusses the prospects for the Government after a weekend of mixed results in the opinion polls

    Finances force cancellation of Oxegen music festival

    Jim Carroll, journalist with the Irish Times, discusses MCD's decision to cancel this year's Oxegen

    GOAL warns of impending famine in South Sudan

    David Adams of GOAL reflects on his visit to refugee camps on the Ethiopia/South Sudan border

    Restoration of landmark James Joyce Tower

    James Holahan, vice chairman of 'Friends of Joyce Tower Society', discusses the reopening of the Joyce Tower in Sandycove

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