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Today’s News

Laws trying to combat rising rents are being 'flouted by landlords'

Charities have express serious concern has private market rents continue to grow.

Three brothers pulled from rubble 16 hours after deadly quake hits Italian island

Two women died when the quake struck the Italian holiday island of Ischia last night.

Poll: Do you eat avocados? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you eat avocados?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

From The42 Dropped England striker Eni Aluko accuses manager of making 'racist' Ebola remark Claims

Dropped England striker Eni Aluko accuses manager of making 'racist' Ebola remark

The Nigerian-born footballer has spoken publicly for the first time since it was revealed she was paid ‘hush money’ by the FA.

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All lanes reopened on M50 following five car crash

The incident caused significant delays this morning.

India bans practice that allowed men to divorce their wives by reciting word three times

The country’s Supreme Court ruled that the practice was both unconstitutional and un-Islamic.

Motorists warned to take care as widespread thunderstorm warning issued

Met Éireann has also issued a status yellow rainfall warning for Connacht, Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal.

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay woman €350m in cancer lawsuit

The woman claimed she developed terminal ovarian cancer after using the company’s talc-based products.

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6 ways to cut the cost of the school run - plus how to buy a serious Mercedes on a €20k budget
Fox host jokes that Trump looking at eclipse is 'most impressive thing any president has ever done' Turn Around Bright Eyes This post contains videos
Poll: Are you less likely to buy products that are tested on animals? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you less likely to buy products that are tested on animals?

Does the practice affect your purchasing?

From The42 'This World Cup has shown the women's game is getting bigger and bigger' WRWC 17

'This World Cup has shown the women's game is getting bigger and bigger'

Ireland face Australia on Tuesday for a shot at the fifth-placed play-off.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s what you need to know as we start Tuesday.

Varadkar tells US TV he's 'confused and puzzled' by Britain's trading plans Brexit This post contains videos

Varadkar tells US TV he's 'confused and puzzled' by Britain's trading plans

The Taoiseach also shared his thoughts on Donald Trump.

Four Spain terror attacks suspects to go before judge today

Eight members of the terror cell have been killed in the last week.

Trump goes back on criticism of Obama and clears the way for thousands more troops in Afghanistan

Trump for the first time also left the door open to an eventual political deal with the Taliban.

Dublin/Monaghan bombings: 'We need to know extent of British state involvement with this loyalist gang'

The Irish government must ensure that the British government abides by its obligations on legacy issues, writes Seán Crowe TD.

Irish students are super-confident of landing a job. Finding somewhere to live is another matter

Irish third level students are far more confident of finding a job than during the recession, but the pressure to find accommodation is giving many sleepless nights.

Ireland's school lollipop people are getting 'conflict management' training

School traffic wardens have been undergoing new training originally designed to help pub and nightclub door staff.

Bullock with serious injuries left unaided and alone at Mayo cattle mart for 10 hours

The animal was euthanised after being left in distress from morning until evening after sustaining a broken leg.

The number of rental properties in Ireland is at its lowest in recorded history

The latest Daft.ie quarterly rental report makes for grim reading for renters around the country.

Yesterday’s News

From The Daily Edge Night One of The Rose of Tralee 2017: As It Happened Rot2017

Night One of The Rose of Tralee 2017: As It Happened

We’ll be with you, lovely moment after lovely moment.

'Upsetting and shocking': Teen girl sexually assaulted twice on a train by two different men

The girl had been travelling on a train back from the Boardmasters festival in Cornwall on 12 August.

Pictures: The solar eclipse had all of America gazing upwards this evening

“We have to start eating salad and be healthy if we want to make it till the next eclipse,” one observer said.

From The42 Two sent off as late Sterling goal rescues Man City Drama

Two sent off as late Sterling goal rescues Man City

Kyle Walker was given his marching orders just before half time, while Morgan Schneiderlin also saw red.

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Bomb squad called in after 'suspect device' thrown at home in north Dublin suburb

Homes have been evacuated in the area, and the gardaí have requested the Defence Forces attend the scene.

'Why don't they volunteer themselves?': Trinity College criticised over animal testing

A total of 3,000 rats and 21,000 mice were used in Trinity College Dublin in 2016 alone.

Body found after Danish submarine inventor 'dumped missing journalist's body in the sea'

Peter Madsen told police that Kim Wall died in an accident on board the vessel.

From The42 Helmet incident was 'total accident,' says Austin Gleeson Claim

Helmet incident was 'total accident,' says Austin Gleeson

There were fears that the player would miss the upcoming All-Ireland SHC final.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

CAO results, terror suspect shot in Barcelona and a solar eclipse were just some of the main stories today.

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Man has part of his ear bitten off during dancefloor scuffle

Police in Belfast are searching for the suspect, who fled the scene with a woman.

'No evidence of terror': Police rule out terrorism after one dead in Marseille crash

A convicted criminal with psychiatric problems drove a van into people waiting at two bus stops in Marseille, France today.

Barcelona terror suspect revealed fake bomb vest before being shot dead by police

Police confirmed that they had shot dead main terror suspect Younes Abouyaaqoub this evening.

Confederate statues removed in dead of night from Texas campus

The statues were moved at night for safety reasons, a spokesperson for the University of Texas said.

Entire US navy brought to a standstill after 10 sailors lost in Singapore collision

The guided-missile destroyer USS John S McCain collided with the merchant vessel Alnic MC near the Straits of Malacca.

Two people taken to hospital after serious road crash in Cork

Gardaí are urging any witnesses to come forward.

WATCH: Check out this livestream of the solar eclipse

The solar eclipse will plunge parts of the US into darkness this afternoon.

'She thought I was dead': Irish survivor of Barcelona attack speaks out

An Irish-Filipino family were caught up in the Barcelona terror attack last week.

Irish government offers support to family of Irish woman in Egypt suicide pact

The couple died by drowning at a villa in the Hurghada area.

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