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A large crowd gathered at the Spire in Dublin City Centre yesterday to show their solidarity with the Palestinian people in their Great March of Return, marking the 51st year of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.

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This morning, a number of pro-choice activists campaigning with Dublin Mid West Together for Yes for a Yes vote in Friday’s referendum held a demonstration in Clondalkin, highlighting the cases of Irish women who have been forced to travel abroad to access abortion. Twelve women wearing black Repeal jumpers stood amidst

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As the campaign for a Yes vote in the upcoming referendum intensifies in its final week, a debate on the issue was hosted by Malayalam, a cultural association made up mostly of Indians living in Ireland, took place in Clondalkin, West Dublin on Sunday. A variety of those from both

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Trade unionists, socialists and other progressives took to the streets of Dublin yesterday to mark International Workers’ Day. The themes of the march, which was organised by the Dublin Council of Trade Unions, included housing, a decent health service and repeal of the eighth amendment. Participants assembled outside the Garden

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