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# 1994

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British officials were 'apoplectic' after Gerry Adams was granted a US visa in 1994
London was said to be ‘apoplectic’ about the decision to grant the visa to the Sinn Féin leader.
Chicago White Sox rehire man who spent 23 years in prison for crime he didn't commit
The baseball team have welcomed back a former groundskeeper.
5 players to a room and buying their own tracksuits: Ireland's first World Cup experience
We spoke to Fiona Steed and Su Carty about Ireland’s first foray onto the world stage.
20 things all Irish people born in 1994 will have strong memories of
Worrying about what would happen if you didn’t pass as 12 when you tried get into Spin.
16 things that were true the last time Ireland beat Italy
Prepare to feel ancient.
Memories of the genocide: 'I said to myself that if the whites abandoned us we would all be killed'
Claims that French soldiers ignored Rwandans pleas in 1994 killings.
Water charges were scrapped in the mid-'90s, but what exactly happened?
Boycotts, disconnections, court orders, and shocking by-elections – it was quite the ride for the Rainbow Coalition.
20 things you won't believe are 20 years old
Prepare to feel old, like you are.
Analysis: So how did Ireland beat Italy on that famous day 20 years ago
Two decades on, we assess a historic day in Irish sport — the anniversary of which takes place this week.
11 things you've probably forgotten about the 1994 Eurovision in Dublin
And a couple you definitely haven’t, from the contest 20 years ago today.
Man arrested in connection with the 1994 murder of two Catholic workmen
Gary Convie and Eamon Fox were shot at building site in Belfast twenty years ago.
Here's what you were enjoying on this day 10 years ago
Or 20 years ago, or even 30…
On this night in 1994 you were listening to... Take That
A Friday Flashback to get your weekend started…
6 things we were doing and watching when Black Hole Sun was a hit
Black Hole Sun, won’t you come and wash away the rain?
Marty Morrissey appointed as RTÉ’s new Gaelic Games correspondent
Morrissey will also continue in his role as a GAA commentator for the station.
Flashback: Leitrim beat Mayo in the 1994 Connacht SFC final
“Leitrim’s victory masterminded by O’Mahony over his native Mayo was the greatest victory in the county’s GAA history.”
Nigerian football mourns the loss of World Cup '94 star Rashidi Yekini
The Super Eagles striker will be remembered fondly for his goal celebrations after scoring against Bulgaria in the tournament.
Former Rwandan government minister found guilty of war crimes
Pauline Nyiramashuko was the first woman charged with war crimes in the 1994 genocide.