Sunday 19 April 2015

Pictures: Seven Days

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US President Barack Obama delivers a statement alongside Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, following the death of the US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens and others
Thursday
US President Barack Obama delivers a statement alongside Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, following the death of the US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens and others
12/09/2012. News Funeral of Michael Coleman, at St Augustines Church, Dungarvan, Co Waterford. Photo Patrick Browne
Tuesday
Taoiseach Enda Kenny adjusts the bicycle helmet of Minister for Tourism Michael Ring before he takes part in a bicycle ride on the Great Western Greenway after attending the annual Fine Gael Parliamentary Party meeting in Westport.
Monday
Gardai & LUAS staff at the scene of an accident involving a LUAS & a refuse truck on Benburb Street, Dublin.
Sunday
Rory McIlroy celebrates winning the BMW Championship, his second US Tour victory in seven days

Saturday

THEY HAVEN'T GONE AWAY YOU KNOW : Onlookers at the funeral of Alan Ryan yesterday were shocked to see a paramilitarystyle display with masked men in full military garb accompanying the coffin as it made its way through a north Dublin suburb. Photo: David Conachy

Brian Cody and Ronan O'Gara pictured after they were honoured by University College Cork in a special conferring ceremony. In recognition of their distinction in sport, the group received honorary doctorates of Arts.Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision
Undated handout photo issued by Edinburgh Zoo of doting dwarf mongoose mother, Elvina, with one of her three new-borns. This is Elvina and Elmo's first litter of kits since the pair arrived at the Zoo in January this year. The new-borns are keeping mum and dad on their toes with their adventurous antics; the trio have quickly taken to exploring the different tunnels around their enclosure. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday September 7, 2012. These playful and curious characters are incredibly social animals that can live in groups of between two and 20. In the wild dwarf mongoose can be found inhabiting the dry grassland and bush lands of Africa. Small by name and small by size, these little creatures are usually around seven to 11 inches in length and are AfricaÕs smallest carnivore, as well as the smallest of the mongoose species. Photo credit should read: Katie Paton/Edinburgh Zoo/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder.
Wednesday
Diane Ward, the mother of eight-year-old Anthony Ward, appears in court charged with his murder, as his funeral procession takes place in Charleville Co Cork. Members of Anthony's Tae Kwon Do club formed a guard of honour.
Tuesday
Clare Daly TD during a protest by People with Disabilities, their PAs, Home Helps and families at Government Buildings.
3/9/12 Gardai investigate the murder of a man in his 30's at Grange Lodge Avenue in Clongriffin, Dublin. Picture:Arthur Carron/Collins
Date : Sun 2.9.12, Cr Pk, Dublin, Ireland.Pictured @ The Dublin v Mayo semi final where Mayo wonL to r: Bertie Ahern TD arrives with friends.Pics : Mark Doyle 087-2837342, Dublin, Ireland.
Saturday
Researchers investigate the carcass of a great white shark that washed up in Westport, Massachusetts.
Friday
Actor Clint Eastwood addresses the final session of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
Thursday
A man walks through floodwater and heavy rain a day after Hurricane Isaac hit the area outside New Orleans.
Wednesday
Banned cyclist Lance Armstrong signs autographs for supporters after a run in Montreal.
Tuesday
Michelle Martin, ex-wife of Belgium's child killer Marc Dutroux leaves prison in Brussels, Belgium's highest court granted conditional early release Tuesday to one of the nation's most despised criminals, the accomplice and former wife of a pedophile and child killer, even though she let two of his victims starve to death.
Monday 27 August 2012. Binn's Bridge on Drumcondra Road and Dorset Street.
A tall ship passes by Poolbeg Lighthouse as it heads from the Liffey River into Dublin Bay at the close of the Tall Ships Festival in Ireland on Sunday 26 August 2012. Thousands of people including many lining the South Wall turned out to watch the Tall Ships Parade of Sail as they left Dublin passing by Dun Laoghaire and Bray. Photo credit: Barbara Lindberg.

Saturday

SETTING OFF: Competitors at the start of the Frank Duffy 10 Mile at the Phoenix Park, Dublin. Photo: Tomas Greally/SPORTSFILE

Thursday
An empty taxi queue at Dublin airport, as taxi drivers strike over the overflow carpark for taxis, leaving passengers forced to find other ways to travel from the airport.
Wednesday
A combination photo shows some of the various club covers competitors are using during the LPGA Canadian Women's Open golf tournament in British Columbia.
Superintendent Mary Aldridge addresses the large crowd that had turned up to volunteer in the search for missing man James Sheehan in Arklow, Co.Wicklow (Pic.Michael Kelly)
Businessman and real estate developer Donald Trump (L) greets U.S. Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney after endorsing his candidacy for president at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada in this February 2, 2012 file photo. Trump will play a "surprise" role when the Republican Party kicks off its national convention next week in Tampa, Florida, a party official said August 20, 2012. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
provision 190812Beal na mBlath commemoration yesterday at which an Taoiseach Enda Kenny addresses Michael Collins memorial.pic - Provision

Saturday

Winnie Johnson, 78, the mother of Moors Murders victim Keith Bennett has died without knowing where her son is buried.

Friday

Hitching a ride along the old railway track at the Tralee Bay Wetlands were Roses Brid Ryan (Cork), Ann Marie Hayes (Kerry), Dervla Kenny (Mayo) and Ann Marshall (New Zealand). DOMNICK WALSH

Thursday
Wax figures of Kate and Prince William are unveiled at the German branch of Madame Tussauds in Berlin.
Wednesday
Peter Taylor and Kenny Egan share a joke on stage at the offical homecoming of the Irish Olympic team on Dawson Street in Dublin.
Silence as the two bodies are removed form the boat.
Monday
Jedward fans gather outside the Board Gais Theatre in Dublin's docklands ahead of the duo's sold out performance.
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney (R) smiles as vice president select U.S. Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) reacts arriving at a campaign event in Waukesha, Wisconsin August 12, 2012. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
Saturday
Karen Woods leaving Mountjoy Prison after visiting husband Sean Quinn Jr in Mountjoy Training Unit, Dublin.
Friday
Women wait to be examined by doctors in Kassab camp for Internally Displaced Persons, in Kutum, North Darfur.
Thursday
A nun at the LCWR, the largest U.S. group for Roman Catholic nuns, who are holding a conference in the US to decide how they should respond to a Vatican rebuke and order for reform.
Wednesday
People gather in front of the White House in Washington in a vigil against hate violence. The vigil is to commemorate the victims of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin shooting.
07/08/2012 A Statue of journalist Con Houlihan with a glass of brandy at the Bank on College Green pub on Dame Street, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Monday
A man paints a roadside wall mural saying "Proud to be Jamaican" in Kingston, Jamaica. Islanders are marking the Caribbean island's 50th anniversary of independence from Britain and paying tribute to prominent islanders like Bob Marley and Usain Bolt.

Sunday

Tammy and Ritchie Howard taking part in the Zombie March in Dublin for charity. Photo: Tony Gavin

Saturday

Kerry writer Con Houlihan died this morning in Dublin at the age of 86.

A native of Castleisland in County Kerry he was regarded as one of Ireland' s finest sports writers and columnists. He worked for the Irish Press group of newspapers and later with the Irish Independent and Evening Herald. A bust in his honour adorns Main Street in Castleisland and a pavement plaque layus outside the Palace Bar in Dublin.

Two years ago he was presented with the inaugural Inspirational Life achievement award. Photo show Con in his familiar pose covering his mouth with his hand at the unveiling of the bust in Castleisland in 2004. Picture by Don MacMonagle

Friday
Daniel O'Donnell shows off his newly acquired steps on the streets of Dungloe during the town's La Gaelach.
Thursday
One of the biggest bluefin tuna ever caught off the South West of Ireland was caught in Dingle. The fish had a weight of over 350LB and was over 6ft long .
Wednesday
A baby rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) looks up as it plays with a tiger cub at a zoo in Hefei, Anhui province, China.
© picture by John McVitty, Enniskillen, Co.Fermanagh, N. Ireland - 07771987378 ©A poster supporting Sean Quinn outside Ballyconnell.
Last night the family of the victim said they believed his crime was at the higher end of the scale and warranted a sentence of up to 10 years
Sunday
Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore meets schoolchildren at Wil-Wal school in central Mogadishu during a one-day visit to the capital to see the impact of Ireland's support in the country.
Alan Lewis - PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 29/7/2012Mandatory Credit - Picture by PhotopressPeter Quinn Senior and son Peter Darragh Quinn at the Tempo v Belcoo GAA match in Kinawley at the weekend.An arrest warrant has been issued for Peter Darragh Quinn, a nephew of the bankrupt former billionaire Sean Quinn. The judge made the order after he failed to turn up at the High Court in Dublin last Friday to be sentenced. Sean Quinn, his son, Sean and nephew Peter Darragh, were found to be in contempt of court in June. Sean Quinn snr and his son were present in court. In June, the men were given three weeks to comply with a series of court orders before their sentencing. The judge ruled last month they had put international property beyond the reach of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), in breach of a court order. Judge Elizabeth Dunne issued the arrest warrant on Friday after being told that attempts to contact Peter Darragh Quinn about his absence from court because of a reported illness had proved fruitless.
Friday
Speakers at the MacGill Summe School in Donegal pose for picture. Dr. Alan Aherne, NUI, Galway; Minister Lucinda Creighton and Alan Gray, MD, Indecon International.
Thursday
The removal of 4 year old Logan Joyce who died while swimming at the National Aquatic Centre at the weekend, at the Church of the Annunciation in Finglas.
Wednesday
A group of men sit in the sun at Trafalgar Square, London.
Tuesday
Indian policemen detain an activist during a protest in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad. Hundreds of activists were detained in a protest against the hike in electricity tariffs.
Monday
Taoiseach Enda Kenny before his address at the Patrick MacGill Summer School in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Sunday
Utoya Island in Norway where one year ago Anders Behring Breivik carried out a shooting massacre that killed at least 77 people.

Saturday

John McAreavey and his sister Anne with some of the girls who took part in the Michaela Foundation girls' summer camp – which reflected the values of Michaela – in Co Tyrone yesterday.

Photo: DARREN KIDD

BOUCOU, FRANCE - JULY 19: The peloton is encouraged by young fans on horse back during stage seventeen of the 2012 Tour de France from Bagneres-de-Luchon to Peyragudes on July 19, 2012 in Boucou, France. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Thursday
Trevor Boland and Nevan Bermingham mark the success of civil partnerships and the 2nd anniversary of the Dáil and Seanad passing the legislation
Former South African President Nelson Mandela smiles at his great-grandchildren Zesilo Hlongwane and Ziyanda Manaway (R) on his 94th birthday at his home in Qunu in South Africa's Eastern Cape province, in this handout picture taken July 18, 2012. South Africans celebrated Mandela's 94th birthday on Wednesday with giant cakes, mass renditions of "Happy Birthday" and 67 minutes of good deeds - one for each year of the anti-apartheid leader's struggle against white-minority rule. REUTERS/Peter Morey/Photographic/Handout (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) NO SALES. NO ARCHIVES. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. SOUTH AFRICA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN SOUTH AFRICA. IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED UNTIL 23:59GMT JULY 25, 2012
Tuesday
A girl wounded by shelling is treated at a makeshift hospital in Houla near Homs July 17, 2012.
Vehicles are driven in lanes next to an Olympic lane on the A4 road in west London July 17, 2012. A short section of the M4 Olympic lane near Heathrow airport has now been activated, but most Olympic lanes in London will remain open to ordinary traffic users until July 25, two days before the Olympic Games begin. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT SPORT OLYMPICS)
Pacemaker Press 14/7/2012 John McAreavey goes for a walk after he arrives home with his family near Lawrencetown after the trial into his wife's murder, Michaela Harte was murdered at her hotel room while on her honeymoon on the island of Mauritius Pic Pacemaker

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