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Leo Varadkar and Julian Smith lay wreaths in Enniskillen as Northern Ireland marks Remembrance Sunday

Belfast Telegraph Sunday, 10 November 2019
Leo Varadkar and Julian Smith lay wreaths in Enniskillen as Northern Ireland marks Remembrance SundayTaoiseach Leo Varadkar and Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith have laid wreaths in Enniskillen as services take place across the province to mark Remembrance Sunday.
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News video: Remembrance Sunday across the UK

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Highlights from Remembrance Sunday services and events from across the UK. Wreaths have been laid by the royal family, military personnel as well as politicians, and 750,000 poppies were dropped over the White Cliffs of Dover in tribute to the fallen.

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