The RTE Newsreader’s Account of the Attack on the Capital by the Killer: The attack on Parliament was one of the worst acts of violence in recent times, but it’s not the first time a journalist has died in a violent incident in Ireland.
The RTE has previously written about how a number of journalists have been killed in the newsrooms of Ireland, including a journalist who was shot in the head while trying to report on the Famine that took place in Ireland in 1921.
This was an event that came to be known as the Great Famine, and the tragedy was only compounded by the fact that the Irish government had declared a state of emergency.RTE has been publishing its archive of RTE journalism for the past 50 years.
The Irish government has yet to make a formal apology to RTE or any other journalist for the attack, but a statement issued on Monday stated that the Government has recognised the “horrific” nature of the events of 1921 and that “the Irish government is deeply saddened by the loss of one of our most respected journalists”.
“The Irish Government is deeply sorry for the tragic events of January 1921, and recognises the importance of its contribution to the development of a strong democracy in Ireland,” the statement read.
“The Government will continue to take steps to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our journalists, and will continue its efforts to provide the best possible services to our people.”
The statement also said that the Minister of Public Expenditure, Paschal Donohoe, would make a statement on the matter shortly.
Rte has published many articles about the Great Hunger, which occurred in 1921, in its archive.
It has also published several pieces on the famine itself, and has written about the impact of the Famines on Ireland’s social fabric.
RtÉ News has published numerous articles about food in Ireland since the Great Food Crisis of 1921.
It’s been published in more than 200 languages.