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'We can bring him home where he belongs' - Ibrahim Halawa released from Cairo prison
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Ibrahim Halawa has been released from Eyptian prison after more than four years in custody. The 21-year-old from Dublin was cleared last month of all charges connected to mass protests in Cairo in August 2013 on the Muslim Brotherhood's so-called Day ...
Ibrahim Halawa released from prison in EgyptIrish Times
Ibrahim Halawa freed from jail in EgyptBBC News
Irishman Ibrahim Halawa released after four years in Egypt prisonDrogheda Independent
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Leo Varadkar hopes 8th Amendment debate will meet deadline
Irish Examiner
The Taoiseach is hoping a cross-party committee examining Ireland's abortion laws will meet a December deadline on a decision after the members voted, by a majority in favour of not retaining the Eighth Amendment “in full”. Leo Varadkar said the vote ...

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Man (20s) who was sleeping rough dies after being found unconscious on Co Louth street
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A man (20s) passed away after he was found unresponsive in Mill Lane in Drogheda, Co Louth at around 9.45pm. The young man is understood to have been in contact with homeless organisations. Cllr Pio Smith, Mayor of Drogheda, said that more needs to ...
Update: Two rough sleepers died last night because Govt 'had no plan for homeless during Ophelia' - charityIrish Examiner
Homeless man found dead on street in Drogheda, LouthIrish Mirror
Evening top 5: Two homeless deaths in 24 hours; Storm Brian; and The UnderDogsNewstalk 106-108 fm
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'I turned around and Andrew was gone' - Heartbreaking words of newlywed whose husband died on honeymoon
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The heartbroken mother of a Dublin man who died while snorkelling on his honeymoon has said she is in shock at his death and does not know how it happened. Andrew Roddy, from Killester, died on Tuesday while swimming with his new bride Gill Campion ...
Dublin man who died in Maldives was on honeymoonIrish Times
Heartbreak as Irish newlywed Andrew Roddy tragically drowns on honeymoon in the MaldivesIrish Mirror
Newlywed, 30, Dies While Snorkeling with His Wife During Honeymoon in the MaldivesPEOPLE.com
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Pension anomaly again in spotlight; Government loses key vote after Fianna Fáil opposition
Irish Examiner
The Government is facing mounting pressure to address the State pension gender discrimination case after losing a Dáil vote on the issue. The defeat of its counter-motion opposing a Fianna Fáil bill saying the pension 'anomaly' be addressed immediately ...

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Here are some of the locations gardai will be targeting on National Slow Down Day
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Ahead of National Slow Down Day 2017 gardai have released some of the locations they will be targeting to encourage drivers to obey the speed limits. With tomorrow also expected to bring poor conditions as the country braces itself for the arrival of ...
Gardaí to mount speed Slow Down checkpoints as Storm Brian hitsLeinster Express
Gardai warn motorists to check their speed as part of National Slow Down DayLeitrim Observer
This is where Kildare Gardai will be watching for speeders during Friday's crackdownLeinster Leader

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Irish Times
Gerry Adams accuses Taoiseach of being 'reckless' on North
Irish Times
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has claimed Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is being “reckless” in his approach to Northern Ireland as hopes of a deal to restore the Stormont Executive soon fade. Mr Adams also described some of the contents of report in the The ...
Govt rejects Adams claim of 'malicious' briefingsRTE.ie
Gerry Adams slams Varadkar on “reckless ” behavior on NorthIrishCentral

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Bail for man, 60, accused of sexually assaulting four women in Cork
Irish Examiner
A 60-year-old man was accused of sexually assaulting four women in separate incidents in the Douglas area of Cork and gardaí wanted a bail condition that he would have no physical contact with “females”. Judge John King said such a bail condition would ...

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