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[21/05/2008]Ireland ranks second among donors in its commitment to African development
[30/05/2008]Minister Martin welcomes historic agreement at Croke Park
[28/05/2008]Minister for Foreign Affairs welcomes agreement on treaty to ban cluster munitions at Dublin Conference
[27/05/2008]Minister Martin calls for the Release of Aung San Suu Kyi
[27/05/2008]Minister of State for Overseas Development expresses serious concern at on-going humanitarian situation in Burma
[26/05/2008]Minister Martin says WTO agreement must not undermine agricultural interests
[20/05/2008]Minister welcomes increased access for international aid for Burma/Myanmar and announces humanitarian supplies for China. Tents and blankets to be dispatched to China relief effort
[16/05/2008]Public services such as Health and Education will remain under Irish control – Minister Martin
[15/05/2008]China Earthquake – Minister announces €1 million in Emergency Aid
[15/05/2008]New Ambassadors present Credentials
[14/05/2008]Minister for Foreign Affairs launches Africa Day Festival
[13/05/2008]Minister for Foreign Affairs, Micheál Martin T.D., refutes Sinn Féin claims on defence issues in the Reform Treaty
[13/05/2008]Minister Martin Condemns Attack on PSNI Officer
[11/05/2008]Minister Micheál Martin announces funding for welfare officer to aid young Irish footballers in Britain
[05/05/2008]A special emergency grant of €3 million agreed for the World Food Programme’s Market Mitigation Account
[01/05/2008]Irish Aid to host major festival to celebrate Africa Day in Ireland
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