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# armistice day

Last year
Counter-protesters detained after clashes with Met Police as thousands gather for pro-Palestine march
Sunak issues warning over ‘disrespectful’ Armistice Day pro-Palestinian march
All time
Armistice Day marked at ceremonies across island of Ireland
Tories accused of ‘smear campaign’ over claims of SNP and Labour MPs drinking on Gibraltar trip
Poland independence day march overshadowed by far-right demonstrations
Commemorations in Ireland and abroad mark centenary of the end of World War I
Remembering World War I: The Hauntings Soldier keeps watch at St Stephen's Green
'2 more weeks and he'd be back with other survivors with scarred lungs, stumped limbs or a shattered sanity'
Tom Farrell
Quiz: How well do you know World War One?
Forgotten by whom? The memory of World War I in Ireland
Donal Fallon
Macron seeks to defuse tensions after Trump blasted his proposals for a European army
Irish people are divided on whether their politicians should wear the poppy
World War I memorial in Clare vandalised by 'spineless coward'
Calls to move Presidential Inauguration date as it will clash with Armistice Day memorial
Irish dead of World War I and II honoured at Glasnevin Cemetery
Northern Ireland fans unveil huge poppy display against Azerbaijan
Ireland's World War One war dead are remembered on Armistice Day
'England's players want to wear poppies'
Poll: Would you wear a poppy?
In photos: The impressive poppy display at Tower of London is being dismantled
'The Irish men and women who died in World War 1 deserve to be remembered'
In pictures: 96 years ago today, peace broke out
Column: Is it time to start wearing the poppy?
Liam Nolan