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    Morning Ireland Friday 11 July 2014

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    Concerns over situation in Gaza

    Dr Mahmoud Daher, Head of Operations with the World Health Organisation in Gaza, says the medical care is being stretched and drugs supplies are running out
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    Violence continues in Gaza

    Fawaz Gerges, Professor of Middle East Relations at the London School of Economics, on the latest crisis in Gaza
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    Garth Brooks compromise offer rejected

    Caitriona Perry, Washington Correspondent, discusses the Garth Brooks press conference in Nashville
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    What now for the Brooks concerts?

    Cllr Christy Burke, Lord Mayor of Dublin, discusses the future of the proposed Garth Brooks concerts
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    New cabinet expected today

    Brian Dowling, RTÉ Political Staff, discusses the cabinet reshuffle expected to take place today.
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    Almost €250 million paid out for accidents in 2013

    Patricia Byron, Chief Executive of the Injuries Board, discusses a rise in awards made in public liability injury claims
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    Call for Commission of Inquiry into Orange parades

    Drew Nelson, Orange Order Grand Secretary, discusses unionist calls for an inquiry into marching issues in North Belfast
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    Ireland by bike: Day Five, Part One

    Cian McCormack joins us from the Aran Islands as he continues his Ireland by bike series along the west coast
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    Ireland by bike: Day Five, Part Two

    Cian McCormack joins us from the Aran Islands as he continues his Ireland by bike series along the west coast
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    Irish author wins Frank O'Connor short story award

    Colin Barrett, author of "Young Things", on winning the Frank O'Connor short story award
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    Is there life after One Direction for Zayn Malik?

    Markus Feehily, former Westlife star, talks about life as a member of a boyband, and compares the similarities between Zayn Malik leaving One Direction and Brian McFadden leaving Westlife

    Further criticism of delays in progress of Oberstown

    Ciara Ni Bhroin reports on the progress at Oberstown Detention School in Dublin and why it has taken so long to end the practice of holding 17 year olds in adult prisons

    Should the 9% hospitality VAT rate remain in place?

    Louise Byrne reports that the reduced, 9% VAT rate for the hospitality industry could have cost the State more than half a billion euro since its introduction

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