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Though it’s hard to remember, given all that has happened since, the September 11, 2001, al-Qaeda attacks on the US resulted in an unprecedented expression of grief in Ireland, symbolised by packed churches on the national day of mourning held to com

9th September, 2006

Though it’s hard to remember, given all that has happened since, the September 11, 2001, al-Qaeda attacks on the US resulted in an unprecedented expression of grief in Ireland, symbolised by packed churches on the national day of mourning held to commemorate the victims and long queues outside the US embassy in Dublin waiting to sign the book of condolences.

The attacks were also followed by some tough talking by the government, with the then...

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