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Is the famous beetroot soup known as Borsch, Russian or Ukrainian? Nine months into the war in Ukraine, it is no longer a trivial question. Our Europe Editor @tconnellyRTE is in Lviv, where a chef is claiming a cultural victory after UNESCO declared Borsch a Ukrainian speciality.
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A service celebrating the life of Vicky Phelan has heard that "a nation of people got to love her" as much as her family loved her. Family and friends of the late CervicalCheck campaigner gathered today for a special memorial in her honour | Read more: bit.ly/3F95Hql
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The Citizens' Assembly on Biodiversity Loss has voted overwhelmingly to recommend that there should be a constitutional referendum to amend the Constitution with a view to protecting biodiversity | Read more: bit.ly/3VxDjna
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Father Peter McVerry said Ireland is in a "disaster zone" when it comes to the provision of housing | Read more: bit.ly/3gC2czh
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Hundreds of demonstrators and police have clashed in Shanghai as protests over China's stringent Covid-19 restrictions flared for a third day and spread to several cities in the wake of a deadly apartment fire in the country's far west | Read more: bit.ly/3GQbu5f
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Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has said it is "entirely wrong" for anyone to suggest that there was anything "improper" about her political activities in her Dublin Central constituency. rte.ie/news/2022/1127/133862…
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More than 200 competitors from across Ireland and abroad gathered in Belfast for a major handball competition this weekend. The Golden Gloves tournament, hosted by St Paul's GAA club, is one of the best attended in the country | Read more: bit.ly/3gMvvyS
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More than 200 competitors from across Ireland and abroad gathered in Belfast for a major handball competition this weekend. The Golden Gloves tournament, hosted by St Paul's GAA club, is one of the best attended in the country. rte.ie/news/regional/2022/11…
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Emergency workers have stepped up efforts to find 11 people missing on the southern Italian holiday island of Ischia a day after a landslide caused by torrential rain devastated a small town | Read more: bit.ly/3OFPITG
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The Citizens' Assembly on Biodiversity Loss has voted overwhelmingly to recommend that there should be a constitutional referendum to amend the Constitution with a view to protecting biodiversity. rte.ie/news/ireland/2022/112…
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Having to share rooms in homeless hostels is "an insult to the dignity" of people, Father Peter McVerry has said. Many people do not feel safe in shared rooms, he added. rte.ie/news/2022/1127/133859…
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Green Party leader and Minister for Transport and Climate Eamon Ryan has said the future is not just about switching to electric vehicles but also encouraging people to use public transport. rte.ie/news/2022/1127/133858…
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