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The week in photos

Some of the week’s biggest stories in pictures.

NEW ZEALAND WAS struck by tragedy this week, after another violent explosion in the Pike River Coal mine destroyed any hope of survival for the 29 men stuck inside.

In Ireland, the Green Party surprised everyone – including their coalition partners – by calling for a general election in January; the government revealed the country’s four year plan; and a snack food company opened a €8.5 million, 55-acre attraction in Ashbourne, Co Meath.

This is the week that was, in pictures:

The week in photos
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  • Greens call for January election

  • Ireland's 24-hours of turmoil

  • Noel Dempsey's office vandalised

  • Cut, cut, cut: The four year plan is revealed

  • New Zealand Mine Explosion

  • London student demonstration

  • Paintgate councillor charged

  • Newcastle West murder victims laid to rest

  • Ein Volk...

  • Ireland gets thrown a lifebelt...

  • Man Tax

  • Koreas Clash

  • Tayto Park

  • Golden Ticket

  • "Rein her in"

  • When Vlad met Leo

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