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    Israel to seize Palestinian land in West Bank

    Inna Lazareva, journalist based in Tel Aviv, reports on the Israeli decision to expropriate 1,000 acres of Palestinian land for a new Jewish settlement just south of Bethlehem
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    Withdrawal of Irish troops from Golan Heights would be 'disastrous'

    Declan Power, security and defense analyst, on the Irish UN mission in the Golan Heights following the latest developments
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    Govt seeks review of mission in Golan Heights

    Simon Coveney, Minister for Defence, says a decision will be made before the next planned rotation on whether or not Irish troops will remain in the Golan Heights
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    Russia accused of open aggression in Ukraine

    Sergii Reva, Ukrainian Ambassador to Ireland, says there is 'an open, undeclared war' by regular Russian troops
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    NAMA ignores calls to stop selling apartments to foreign investors

    Aisling Kenny reports on the demand for apartments in Dublin, and a NAMA sale of accommodation to an international investor
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    Rail strikes to go ahead as talks resume

    Martin Wall, Industry Correspondent, the Irish Times, discusses the resumption of talks between unions and Irish Rail at the Labour Relations Commission
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    Who are the new top EU appointees?

    Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent, looks at the isues facing Europe's new foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini and the new European Commission president Donald Tusk
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    Calls to prosecute buyers of sex

    Sinéad Hussey reports on a letter written by former US president Jimmy Carter to TDs and Senators in the Oireachtas
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    Rollout of cervical cancer vaccine

    Dr Brenda Corcoran, from the HSE National Immunisation Office, speaks about the rollout of the cervical cancer vaccine for secondary school students
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    Irish researchers despatched to monitor volcano

    Chris Bean, Professor of Geophysics at University College Dublin, discusses Iceland's volatile volcanoes
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    Canada: An emigration destination for Irish families

    Caitríona Perry reports on an Irish family packing up and moving to Canada
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    What do Iraqi Kurds in Ireland make of the situation in Iraq?

    Carole Coleman talks to Iraqi Kurds living in Ireland about their concerns for family members in northern Iraq, some of whom are engaged in the fight against the self-styled Islamic State

    New World War I memorial in Wicklow

    Aengus Cox reports on the new memorial park in Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow in memory of those who died in World War I

    What's the state of agriculture in Ireland?

    Ahead of the Ploughing Championships, Cian McCormack looks at issues affecting farmers and rural Ireland.

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