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Today’s News

Teenager jailed after being caught with 'step-by-step' terrorism guide

A subsequent search of his home uncovered a handwritten oath of allegiance to Islamic State.

Blind woman 'heartbroken' after guide dog was taken away for being overweight

The Irish Guide Dogs said they hope to reunite the pair once the dog loses weight.

Both killers were on French watch lists before brutal slaying of priest Terror Threat This post contains videos

Both killers were on French watch lists before brutal slaying of priest

The government is under increased pressure to stop the violence.

Woman dies after 'side effects from contraceptive pill were not treated'

The woman was instead treated for lower back pain.

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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Woman sentenced to life in prison for murdering man by driving him into harbour, and a nuclear power station to be built in the UK.

From The42 All to play for in Cork next week as City suffer narrow defeat in Belgium Belgian Blues

All to play for in Cork next week as City suffer narrow defeat in Belgium

John Caulfield’s men lost 1-0 to KRC Genk in their Europa League first leg tonight in Belgium.

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

Sexual assault charge against Chris Evans dropped

Police found that there wasn’t enough evidence to proceed with the case.

A new nuclear power station will be built 250 km from the Irish coast

The Hinkley Point power station is the UK’s first for 20 years.

From The42 A legend retires from Ireland duty, two more GAA players head to Oz and today's sport Thursday

A legend retires from Ireland duty, two more GAA players head to Oz and today's sport

Meanwhile, Ireland’s Chef de Mission has responded to claims about the athletes’ living quarters at the Rio Olympics.

Man who shot dead neighbour found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity

James Redmond killed Mary Dargan and shot her daughter Karina Dargan.

'We are devastated': Tributes paid to musician killed in car crash in Galway

Tony Rice was the drummer in popular band Big Generator.

Shay Given retires from international football for the second time

The 40-year-old has called time on an illustrious Ireland career.

Warning about 'designer drug' after spate of overdoses in Cork and Dublin

The HSE believes a more potent drug is being sold as heroin.

Attacker who repeatedly stabbed his girlfriend in the face with a Stanley blade is jailed

Constantin Zahira was jailed for nine years with two and a half years suspended.

Man in court in connection with murder of Sinn Féin man turned MI5 agent

74-year-old Patrick Gillespie has been charged with withholding information regarding the involvement of another person in the killing.

Axa Insurance fined €675,000 by Central Bank for four-year breach of consumer code

The firm failed to insure that properly accredited people were supervising those handling insurance claims during that time.

From The42 Quiz - Can you match these All-Ireland football quarter-finalists with their club? It's Quizness Time

Quiz - Can you match these All-Ireland football quarter-finalists with their club?

Let’s test your knowledge before next Sunday’s action.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Garda raid yields boxes of fakes DVDs and cosmetics valued at €70,000

The seizure was made in Cavan yesterday.

Pets go hungry as a glitch takes an auto-feeding device offline

PetNet owners were told to feed their pets “manually” after server outage stops its pet-feeding device from working.

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Person with measles travelled by plane to Dublin and then onto Galway

This case is unrelated to the recently reported outbreak that resulted in 34 confirmed measles cases between April and mid-July.

Meeting with Paul and Patricia Kelly 'not sufficient to address all the liquidator's questions'

A computer required to generate a P45 for Paul Kelly so he can claim social welfare has been provided to the liquidator of Console.

These are the luckiest places in the country to buy a lottery ticket

Irish people have won more than €258 million on the lottery since the start of the year.

"Daily life is running quite normal": Turkey's ambassador to Ireland launches charm offensive

Ambassador Necip Egüz defended his country’s post-coup crackdown, and insisted there was no threat to tourist areas.

Gardaí renew appeal for missing person Deirdre Jacob

It has been 18 years since the 18-year-old was last seen.

One in 40 people living in Dublin is a millionaire, according to a new survey

The city’s 32,000 millionaires put it 10th on the list of European cities.

Facebook says it's running out of places to show ads in your news feed

The company reported another strong quarter, but it will need to look at other ways to continue growing ad revenue.

From The42 'Joe got us believing that we were good enough to beat anyone' Joe Show

'Joe got us believing that we were good enough to beat anyone'

Conor Murray remains hopeful that Joe Schmidt will remain as Ireland coach beyond 2017.

US papers taking all kinds of flak for headlining Hillary's nomination with a picture of Bill

One newspaper has gone so far as to admit it got things wrong in prioritising Bill over the first woman to ever receive a presidential nomination from a major US party.

Woman who drove friend off pier found guilty of murder

Marta Herda had been accused of murdering colleague Csaba Orsos in 2013.

French media say they'll no longer use terrorists' photos to avoid 'glorification'

Their decision comes as the French prosecutors identified the second man involved in the killing of a priest in Normandy.

Poll: Do you get an hour's exercise every day? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you get an hour's exercise every day?

A new study shows that office workers must cycle, run or walk briskly for around an hour to offset the debilitating effects of a desk job.

'Beyond the pale': People are accusing Trump of treason after those Russia remarks

Even his own running mate sought to distance himself from Trump’s invitation to Russia to hack his rival’s emails.

Top Vatican cardinal being investigated by police over child abuse claims

Police in Australia said they are investigating Cardinal George Pell.

London police read press the riot act over 'summer of disorder' speculation

A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after last week’s Hyde Park water fight descended into chaos.

It's official: Apple has sold a billion iPhones

It took more than nine years for it to pass that marker.

The vast majority of Irish exporters say Brexit will have a negative impact on their business

A new survey shows that the referendum vote has already had a negative impact on business.

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