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But who anonymously sent two 4,000-year-old axes to the National Museum of Ireland?

It's a strange package, even more so when you least expect it. At the end of June, the National Museum of Ireland received two Bronze Age axes. The anonymous donor told specialists in the museum's antiquities division that the objects were found...

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But who anonymously sent two 4,000-year-old axes to the National Museum of Ireland?

It's a strange package, even more so when you least expect it. At...

Ahead of Ireland, young French jumping riders climb to the second step of the European podium

Following the crowning of the junior team the previous day, the young tricolor show...

Riot against immigration in Coolock, Ireland. “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable”

The Irish government made it clear that the wishes of Irish people or individual...