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IRISH
RTR3O622
May 07, 2014
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7,...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7, 2014. The bicycle has been painted pink to welcome the arrival of the Giro d'Italia cycle race, whose race leader wears a pink jersey. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (Northern Ireland - Tags: SPORT CYCLING ENVIRONMENT)
IRISH
RTR3O616
May 07, 2014
A cardboard cut-out of a bicycle is strapped to a fence beside the ruins of Red Bay Castle near the village...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A cardboard cut-out of a bicycle is strapped to a fence beside the ruins of Red Bay Castle near the village...
A cardboard cut-out of a bicycle is strapped to a fence beside the ruins of Red Bay Castle near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7, 2014. The bicycle has been placed to welcome the arrival of the Giro d'Italia cycle race to Northern Ireland. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (Northern Ireland - Tags: SPORT CYCLING ENVIRONMENT)
IRISH
RTR3O60N
May 07, 2014
A cardboard cut-out of a bicycle is strapped to a fence beside the ruins of Red Bay Castle near the village...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A cardboard cut-out of a bicycle is strapped to a fence beside the ruins of Red Bay Castle near the village...
A cardboard cut-out of a bicycle is strapped to a fence beside the ruins of Red Bay Castle near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7, 2014. The bicycle has been placed to welcome the arrival of the Giro d'Italia cycle race to Northern Ireland. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (Northern Ireland - Tags: SPORT CYCLING ENVIRONMENT)
IRISH
RTR3O5ZG
May 07, 2014
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7,...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7, 2014. The bicycle has been painted pink to welcome the arrival of the Giro d'Italia cycle race, whose race leader wears a pink jersey. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (Northern Ireland - Tags: SPORT CYCLING ENVIRONMENT)
IRISH
RTR3O5YR
May 07, 2014
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7,...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland
A pink bicycle is strapped to a fishing boat near the village of Cushendall in Northern Ireland May 7, 2014. The bicycle has been painted pink to welcome the arrival of the Giro d'Italia cycle race, whose race leader wears a pink jersey. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (Northern Ireland - Tags: SPORT CYCLING ENVIRONMENT)
IRISH/
RTR2P30P
July 20, 2011
A shepherd drives his sheep from a pen on Glenaan Mountain in the Glens Of Antrim July 20, 2011. REUTERS/Cathal...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A shepherd drives his sheep from a pen on Glenaan Mountain in the Glens Of Antrim
A shepherd drives his sheep from a pen on Glenaan Mountain in the Glens Of Antrim July 20, 2011. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTXVVUF
December 19, 2010
David Higgins (C) clears snow from the driveway of a house in the vilage of Martinstown in the Glens...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
David Higgins clears snow from the driveway of a house in the vilage of Martinstown in the Glens of...
David Higgins (C) clears snow from the driveway of a house in the vilage of Martinstown in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland December 19, 2010. The severe weather led to more disruption across Northern Ireland on Sunday, and people were advised to avoid unnecessary road journeys as snow continued to cause travel problems, local media reported. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTXVVU8
December 19, 2010
A car blocks the road after a collision in the vilage of Cargin in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A car blocks the road after a collision in the vilage of Cargin in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland...
A car blocks the road after a collision in the vilage of Cargin in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland December 19, 2010. The severe weather led to more disruption across Northern Ireland on Sunday, and people were advised to avoid unnecessary road journeys as snow continued to cause travel problems, local media reported. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTXVVU6
December 19, 2010
A sign hangs from the gate of Martinstown Primary School in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland December...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A sign hangs from the gate of Martinstown Primary School in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland
A sign hangs from the gate of Martinstown Primary School in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland December 19, 2010. The severe weather led to more disruption across Northern Ireland on Sunday, and people were advised to avoid unnecessary road journeys as snow continued to cause travel problems, local media reported. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTXVVU3
December 19, 2010
A sign hangs from the gate of Martinstown Primary School in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland December...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A sign hangs from the gate of Martinstown Primary School in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland
A sign hangs from the gate of Martinstown Primary School in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland December 19, 2010. The severe weather led to more disruption across Northern Ireland on Sunday, and people were advised to avoid unnecessary road journeys as snow continued to cause travel problems, local media reported. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTXVVTV
December 19, 2010
A woman says a prayer as she clears snow in St Mary's Parish church graveyard in the village of Cushendall...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A woman says a prayer as she clears snow in St Mary's Parish church graveyard in the village of Cushendall...
A woman says a prayer as she clears snow in St Mary's Parish church graveyard in the village of Cushendall in the Glens of Antrim , Northern Ireland December 19, 2010. The severe weather led to more disruption across Northern Ireland on Sunday, and people were advised to avoid unnecessary road journeys as snow continued to cause travel problems, local media reported. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
IRISH/
RTXSJ97
September 22, 2010
A Belgian Blue cross cow stands under a rainbow on Lurigethan mountain in the Glens of Antrim, Northern...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
A Belgian Blue cross cow stands under a rainbow on Lurigethan mountain in the Glens of Antrim
A Belgian Blue cross cow stands under a rainbow on Lurigethan mountain in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland September 22, 2010. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
IRELAND-CHURCH/
RTR2G7RF
July 08, 2010
Pictures of Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ stand on top of a mantelpiece in a house in the village of Cushendall...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/
Pictures of Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ stand on top of a mantelpiece in a house in the village of Cushendall in the Glens of Antrim in this photo taken June 3, 2010. The reverence with which the Irish hold the Catholic Church had begun to fade even before the abuse scandals of recent years. As the economy boomed in the 1990s and 2000s, churches emptied. The abuse revelations have further undermined the Church's authority and fractured trust, alienating committed believers as senior clergy have remained in their posts. Parents, politicians, and even church leaders have begun to call for a rollback of clerical power. Why should our children have to follow a creed just to get an education, many ask. Picture taken June 3, 2010. To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-CHURCH
RTR2G7RA
July 08, 2010
A Roman Catholic picture rests behind the taps of a kitchen sink in a house in the village of Cushendall,...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/
A Roman Catholic picture rests behind the taps of a kitchen sink in a house in the village of Cushendall, County Antrim, in this photo taken June 3, 2010. The reverence with which the Irish hold the Catholic Church had begun to fade even before the abuse scandals of recent years. As the economy boomed in the 1990s and 2000s, churches emptied. The abuse revelations have further undermined the Church's authority and fractured trust, alienating committed believers as senior clergy have remained in their posts. Parents, politicians, and even church leaders have begun to call for a rollback of clerical power. Why should our children have to follow a creed just to get an education, many ask. Picture taken June 3, 2010. To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-CHURCH/
RTR2G7QG
July 08, 2010
A statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus stands on top of a wardrobe in a bedroom, as a man sleeps under...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/
A statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus stands on top of a wardrobe in a bedroom, as a man sleeps under a Saint Brigid's Cross in Cushendall, County Antrim, in this photo taken June 3, 2010. The reverence with which the Irish hold the Catholic Church had begun to fade even before the abuse scandals of recent years. As the economy boomed in the 1990s and 2000s, churches emptied. The abuse revelations have further undermined the Church's authority and fractured trust, alienating committed believers as senior clergy have remained in their posts. Parents, politicians, and even church leaders have begun to call for a rollback of clerical power. Why should our children have to follow a creed just to get an education, many ask. Picture taken June 3, 2010. To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-CHURCH/
RTR2G7QC
July 08, 2010
A woman does the laundry beside a May Altar, which celebrates the life of the Virgin Mary, in Cushendall,...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/
A woman does the laundry beside a May Altar, which celebrates the life of the Virgin Mary, in Cushendall, in this photo taken June 3, 2010. The reverence with which the Irish hold the Catholic Church had begun to fade even before the abuse scandals of recent years. As the economy boomed in the 1990s and 2000s, churches emptied. The abuse revelations have further undermined the Church's authority and fractured trust, alienating committed believers as senior clergy have remained in their posts. Parents, politicians, and even church leaders have begun to call for a rollback of clerical power. Why should our children have to follow a creed just to get an education, many ask. Picture taken June 3, 2010. To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-CHURCH/
RTR2G7PI
July 08, 2010
Twin sisters Aine (L) and Emer Quinn drink from bottles in the local parish hall after making their First...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/
Twin sisters Aine (L) and Emer Quinn drink from bottles in the local parish hall after making their First Holy Communion in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Cushendall, in this photo taken June 5, 2010. The reverence with which the Irish hold the Catholic Church had begun to fade even before the abuse scandals of recent years. As the economy boomed in the 1990s and 2000s, churches emptied. The abuse revelations have further undermined the Church's authority and fractured trust, alienating committed believers as senior clergy have remained in their posts. Parents, politicians, and even church leaders have begun to call for a rollback of clerical power. Why should our children have to follow a creed just to get an education, many ask. Picture taken June 5, 2010. To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-CHURCH/
RTR2G7PA
July 08, 2010
A young boy walks past a statue of the Virgin Mary, which stands on the windowsill of a classroom in...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/
A young boy walks past a statue of the Virgin Mary, which stands on the windowsill of a classroom in the Glens Of Antrim, County Antrim, in this photo taken June 3, 2010. The reverence with which the Irish hold the Catholic Church had begun to fade even before the abuse scandals of recent years. As the economy boomed in the 1990s and 2000s, churches emptied. The abuse revelations have further undermined the Church's authority and fractured trust, alienating committed believers as senior clergy have remained in their posts. Parents, politicians, and even church leaders have begun to call for a rollback of clerical power. Why should our children have to follow a creed just to get an education, many ask. Picture taken June 3, 2010. To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-CHURCH/
RTR2G7P6
July 08, 2010
A statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus sits on top of a wardrobe in a bedroom, as a man sleeps under a...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/
A statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus sits on top of a wardrobe in a bedroom, as a man sleeps under a Saint Brigid's Cross in Cushendall, County Antrim, in this photo taken June 3, 2010. The reverence with which the Irish hold the Catholic Church had begun to fade even before the abuse scandals of recent years. As the economy boomed in the 1990s and 2000s, churches emptied. The abuse revelations have further undermined the Church's authority and fractured trust, alienating committed believers as senior clergy have remained in their posts. Parents, politicians, and even church leaders have begun to call for a rollback of clerical power. Why should our children have to follow a creed just to get an education, many ask. Picture taken June 3, 2010. To match Special Report IRELAND-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRITAIN
RTR2ESHZ
June 04, 2010
Twins Aine (L) and Emer Quinn eat sweets in the local parish hall after making their First Holy Communion...
Cushendall, United Kingdom
Twins Aine (L) and Emer Quinn eat sweets in the local parish hall in Cushendall
Twins Aine (L) and Emer Quinn eat sweets in the local parish hall after making their First Holy Communion in St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, in Cushendall June 5, 2010. First Holy Communion is the colloquial name for a person's first reception of the sacrament of the Eucharist. Catholics believe this event to be very important, as the Eucharist is one of the central focuses of the Catholic Church. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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