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    Morning Ireland Friday 18 July 2014

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    Malaysian airliner crashes in Ukraine

    Paul Cunningham reports from Schipol airport in Amsterdam where the families of the victims have been waiting for news
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    Russian separatists blamed for plane crash

    David Gleave, aviation safety investigator and lecturer at Loughborough University, discusses the MH17 disaster
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    Ukraine reacts to plane crash

    Sergii Reva, Ukranian ambassador to Ireland gives his reaction to the plane crash
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    Israeli military begins ground offensive in the Gaza Strip

    Jonathan Miller, Channel 4 News journalist, discusses events overnight in Gaza
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    Palestinians prepare for Israeli offensive

    Fawaz Gerges, Professor of Middle East relations at the London School of Economics, discusses the implications of the Israeli ground offensive in the Gaza Strip
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    The number of people seeking gastric bypass surgery rises above 200

    Louise Byrne meets one woman who is facing a four-year wait to have weight loss surgery and Donal O'Shea, endocrinologist at St Vincent's Hospital, Dublin explains the reasons for the waiting list
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    Arts festival under way in Galway

    Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, reports on the Galway Arts Festival
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    Ireland by Bike: Friday, Part 1

    Cian McCormack completes his Mizen to Malin cycle
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    Ireland by Bike: Friday, Part 2

    Cian McCormack on the last day of his epic trip along the western seaboard of Ireland
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    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy
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    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

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    Death in duty: the British who died in 1916

    Justin McCarthy travelled to the north of England where he met relatives of British soldiers who fought and died in the Easter Rising, and who want a permanent memorial to be erected in Dublin

    Calls for Taoiseach to visit graves of Britain's 1916 soldiers

    In the second part of his report, Justin McCarthy spoke to the relatives of some of the British soldiers who survived the Easter Rising and went on to fight in World War I

    Young, enthusiastic and looking for your vote

    Louise Byrne meets a group of young politicians from marginalised backgrounds taking part in a new mentoring programme and Mairead Healy, Executive Director of Future Voices, explains what's in store for participants

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