This Week

This Week

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This Week Sunday 29 December 2019

This Week

This Week

A look at events making the news in the past week presented by David McCullagh

Gardaí treating death of man in Cork city as murder

Gardaí treating death of man in Cork city as murder

Paschal Sheehy with the latest on the Garda investigation into a brutal murder in Cork

FAI to resume AGM in order to present 2018 accounts

FAI to resume AGM in order to present 2018 accounts

Tony O'Donoghue, soccer correspondent, reports from the reconvened annual general meeting of the Football Association of Ireland which was organised after financial accounts were not available at an earlier AGM

235,000 flee intense bombing in northwest Syria

235,000 flee intense bombing in northwest Syria

Fawaz Gerges, lecturer in International Relations at the London School of Economics, and Rehana Zawar, the International Rescue Committee's country director for northwest Syria, on the unfolding humanitarian crisis in the Syrian province of Idlib, where almost a quarter of a million people have had to flee their homes due to renewed fighting

US considers a reduction in its military presence in West Africa

US considers a reduction in its military presence in West Africa

Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin discusses how changes being considered by the US Defence Department regarding the withdrawal of military forces from West Africa could impact the Irish defence forces personnel serving in Mali

Smaller parties could play a vital role in the formation of the next government

Smaller parties could play a vital role in the formation of the next government

Mary Regan reports on the smaller political groups that could potentially play an important role in the formation of the next government

Countdown to 2020 US elections underway

Countdown to 2020 US elections underway

Brian O'Donovan, Washington correspondent, on the upcoming Democratic primaries as the countdown to Election 2020 begins

A century on from the War of Independence, how should it be commemorated?

A century on from the War of Independence, how should it be commemorated?

Dr. Anne Dolan, Associate Professor in Modern Irish History at Trinity College, Professor Linda Connolly of Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute, and Dr. Maurice Manning, chair of the Government's Expert Advisory Group on Commemorations, with their thoughts on how the State should commemorate the War of Independence a century on

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