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    Overcrowding at hospitals up 8% in July

    Liam Doran, INMO General Secretary, says there were high levels of overcrowding in several hospitals in July - normally a quiet month for hospitals
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    Panic in Northern Iraq as militants continue their offensive

    Donatella Rovera, Amnesty International's Senior Crisis Response Adviser in Iraq, says there is a growing humanitarian crisis in Iraq with thousands of civilians displaced
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    Islamic State militants make ground in Iraq

    Hayder al-Khoei, Associate Fellow with think-tank Chatham House, discusses the situation in Iraq
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    President Obama considers airstrikes in Iraq

    John Siniff, Cover Story Editor with USA Today, discusses the likelihood of US airstrikes and humanitarian food drops in Iraq
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    Russia imposes 'full embargo' on EU and US food imports

    George Lee, Agriculture and Environment Correspondent, discusses the potential impact of Russia's embargo on food imports from the EU and the US
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    Bord Bia establishes a support unit for companies hit by Russian sanctions

    Aidan Cotter, Chief Executive of Bord Bia, discusses it response to the Russian sanctions
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    Ceasefire ends in Israel-Hamas conflict

    Jason Burke, South Asia correspondent of The Guardian, reports from Gaza as the ceasefire ends in the region
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    Conflict resumes as ceasefire ends in Gaza

    Fawaz Gerges, Professor of Middle East relations at the London School of Economics, on the way forward for Gaza
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    Ebola outbreaks worsens in Africa

    Brother Michael Koroma, general manager of the St John of God Catholic Hospital in Sierra Leone describes the widespread fear the virus has brought to the country
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    Oscar Pistorius murder trial hears closing arguments

    Michael Motsoeneng-Bill, South African legal expert, on the closing days of the Pistorius trial
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    Sunday skies to be lit up by a 'super celestial showcase'

    Will Goodbody, Science and Technology Correspondent, looks forward to a 'super celestial showcase' expected this Sunday
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    O'Brien press celebrates 40 years of Irish publishing

    Sinéad Crowley reports on the publishing house founded by Michael O'Brien and his father, Thomas, and their achievements over four decades

    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

    Replica Book of Kells stolen from Co Meath church

    Lucy Reilly, chair of the Kells and district tourism forum, discusses the theft of a replica Book of Kells from a church in the town

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