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While serving on the peacekeeping mission with the UN in Lebanon, three Irish soldiers lost their lives when their vehicle struck a land mine, planted by a Hezbollah group who were targeting the Israeli military. The coffins of Corporal Fintan Heneghan, Private Mannix Armstrong and Private Thomas Walshe, serving with C Company, 64th Infantry Battalion, lie in state in Arbour Hill Church, Dublin.
24 March 1989

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While serving on the peacekeeping mission with the UN in Lebanon, three Irish soldiers lost their lives when their vehicle struck a land mine, planted by a Hezbollah group who were targeting the Israeli military. The coffins of Corporal Fintan Heneghan, Private Mannix Armstrong and Private Thomas Walshe, serving with C Company, 64th Infantry Battalion, lie in state in Arbour Hill Church, Dublin.<br />
24 March 1989