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Anger in Ireland as the country fails to address its past

The Irish government has admitted that the state was involved with forced labour at the so-called Magdalene Laundries, kinds of catholic workhouses, between 1922 and 1996. But Enda Kenny, the Irish Prime Minister or Taoiseach has not issued a formal apology. That's angered survivors and human rights campaigners in Ireland. Claire McGettrick is the co-founder of the group Justice for Magdalenes.

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