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[04/10/2004]Minister Ahern expresses concern at violence in Gaza
[05/10/2004]Government announces further funding to assist the victims of Carribbean Hurricanes
[05/10/2004]Minister Ahern issues Passport to Kenneth Bigley
[06/10/2004]Secretary General Annan to visit Ireland
[07/10/2004]Adjournment debate on the Middle East - Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Dermot Ahern T.D.,6 October 2004
[07/10/2004]New Ambassadors present Credentials
[08/10/2004]Minister Ahern expresses horror at atrocities on the Red Sea
[08/10/2004]Statement by Minister Ahern on the death of Mr. Kenneth Bigley
[10/10/2004]The Minister for Foreign Affairs announces the death of Ambassador Seán Whelan
[14/10/2004]Address by Mr Dermot Ahern T.D., Minister for Foreign Affairs, introducing Mr Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the United Nations, in the Forum on Europe 14th October 2004 Part I
[14/10/2004]Address by Mr Dermot Ahern T.D., Minister for Foreign Affairs, introducing Mr Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the United Nations, in the Forum on Europe Thursday 14 October 2004 Part II
[14/10/2004]The Irish and British Governments announce their intention to appoint Mr. Denis Rooney as incoming Chairman of the IFI
[14/10/2004]Minister of State Conor Lenihan T.D. announces €600,000 for the United Nations Development Fund for Women
[19/10/2004]Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dermot Ahern TD, on the kidnapping of Mrs. Margaret Hassan
[20/10/2004]Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr. Dermot Ahern T.D. in Dáil Éireann on the abduction of Mrs. Margaret Hassan in Iraq
[21/10/2004]Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr. Dermot Ahern, T.D. in Seanad Éireann on the abduction of Mrs. Margaret Hassan, 21 October 2004
[21/10/2004]Joint Appeal for the release of Margaret Hassan by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ireland and the Palestinian Foreign Minister
[21/10/2004]Minister of State Lenihan announces further programme of funding to Palestine
[28/10/2004]Minister Ahern announces the submission of a Report to the British Government on the twenty-six Irish soldiers ‘Shot at Dawn’ during World War 1
[28/10/2004]Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Dermot Ahern T.D. on the kidnapping of an Irish citizen in Afghanistan
[28/10/2004]Minister Ahern welcomes Israeli Government decision to facilitate President Arafat’s possible transfer to hospital abroad
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