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Workmen repair the office of Ireland's Transport Minister Noel Dempsey after it was was vandalised and painted with the words: 'traitors' in the village of Trim, 30 miles north west of Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Lawmakers in Prime Minister Brian Cowen's own party mounted a rebellion Tuesday to try to oust him, an effort that could trigger a snap election and delay a massive EU-IMF bailout of Ireland. Dempsey is one of Cowen's loyal lieutenants. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
Photo by: Peter Morrison
Workmen repair the office of Ireland's Transport Minister Noel Dempsey after it was was vandalised and painted with the words: 'traitors' in the village of Trim, 30 miles north west of Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Lawmakers in Prime Minister Brian Cowen's own party mounted a rebellion Tuesday to try to oust him, an effort that could trigger a snap election and delay a massive EU-IMF bailout of Ireland. Dempsey is one of Cowen's loyal lieutenants. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

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