The Irish Republic's prime minister has marked the end of the country's bailout programme with a speech to the nation.
In a televised address, Enda Kenny said Ireland's "good name and our credibility" had been restored.
He warned that difficult economic decisions remained, with a new medium-term economic plan due to be set out this week.
But he promised that never again would "Ireland's stability be threatened by speculation and greed".
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