IRISH EXAMINER

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The Irish Examiner is a national daily newspaper based in the the city of Cork, southwest Ireland. Founded in 1841, the paper was initially known as The Cork Examiner, then as The Examiner, before taking its current name. With beginnings reporting news in English for its local following in the county of Munster, its reader base has since expanded internationally.

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