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    Morning Ireland Monday 4 August 2014

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    Hostilities continue in Gaza

    Rebecca Collard, freelance journalist based in Jerusalem, discusses the latest in the Hamas-Israel conflict
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    Events to mark World War I outbreak centenary

    Bryan Dobson reports from Flanders ahead of a special ceremony in Liege in Belgium to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War, one hundred years ago today
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    World War I was a "human tragedy"

    Tom Burke, Secretary of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers Association, discusses the legacy of World War I
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    Memories of World War I veterans recalled

    Morning Ireland's Series Editor Shane McElhatton pays tribute to World War I veterans
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    Four girls hospitalised after aerosol accident in Drogheda

    Elaine Keogh discusses the hospitalisation of four teenage girls after an aerosol can accident
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    Time running out for Lotto winner who bought ticket in Mayo

    Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, says a Lotto winner has until Friday to collect a €2.9 million win. The ticket was bought in Tesco, Claremorris, Co Mayo, last November

    Would you consult your GP via video conference on a smartphone?

    Dr Ray Walley, Chairman of the GP Committee of the IMO, discusses a new initiative from insurer Aviva offering access to doctors by phone or video conference

    The worlds first successful bionic reconstructions

    Aidan Roche, member of the research team at the Department for Surgery, Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Medical University of Vienna discusses the worlds first sucessful bionic reconstructions

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