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Today’s News

Supreme Court: Minister's decision left two Mauritian families in 'Catch 22' situation

Both students had been studying and working the country for 11 years and were directed to leave after a policy change.

Yesterday’s News

Peru police hunt for men wanted in connection with lynching of Canadian man suspected of killing elderly shaman

Grisly footage of the man’s death at the hands of a mob has been widely circulated on social media.

From The42 Police investigating 'serious assault' outside Anfield prior to Liverpool's Champions League match Ugly Scenes

Police investigating 'serious assault' outside Anfield prior to Liverpool's Champions League match

The Reds faced Roma in a semi-final first leg this evening.

Gardaí investigating if car in four-vehicle crash on Dublin's south quays involved in two other collisions

One garda car was involved in the incident which occurred at 2.10pm on Wellington Quay.

British judge rules that terminally ill toddler Alfie Evans can't be taken to Italy for treatment

The terminally ill 23-month-old is in a “semi-vegetative state” as a result of a degenerative neurological condition.

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Massage therapist accuses Marvel icon Stan Lee of sexual assault

Lee’s attorney Jonathan Freund denied the allegations to the Chicago Tribune newspaper.

From The42 Liverpool rock Roma in Champions League thriller Report

Liverpool rock Roma in Champions League thriller

The Italians scored two late goals to give themselves faint hope ahead of the second leg.

Appeal rejected: Murderer who raised 'cigarette break supervision' issue sent back to jail

Maurice Power was found guilty of the murder of Shane Rossiter.

Winner of €1 million EuroMillions raffle ticket bought in February hasn't claimed their prize

The winning ticket was sold at Easons in the Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork City.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Macron visits Trump, funds disappear from Ulster Bank accounts and Toronto van attacker charged – It’s The Fix.

'Scramble' for Leaving Cert examiners due to shortage across all subjects, Dáil told

Teachers, including recently qualified teachers and retired teachers, are being asked to apply.

Trump slams Iran nuclear deal as 'insane' and 'ridiculous' during Macron White House meeting

Trump hosted French president Emmanuel Macron in the Oval Office for the first time today.

McDonald: 'I would prefer if Peadar Tóibín was not speaking out on abortion in this way'

The Sinn Féin leader said party members that vote against party policy in the Dáil will face consequences.

Iconic 90s music festival Féile is making a comeback this year (with a fancier feel)

Féile was the first multi-day rock festival to take place in Ireland.

'Sinn Féin is an absolute disgrace' - We spoke to the republican pro-lifers at the GPO today

The event was held by a group called Cherish All the Children Equally.

Council forced to spend €7,000 to dispose of animal carcasses dumped off Clare cliffs

A court heard that the State authorities carried out a painstaking investigation to identify the remains.

'He took my virginity': Woman tells court she confronted brother years after rape abuse ended

The woman, now aged 41, alleges her brother began abusing her at the age of four.

European Commission clears way for Ireland's sugar tax to start next week Tax

European Commission clears way for Ireland's sugar tax to start next week

The tax on sugar-sweetened drinks was first announced as part of Budget 2017.

'Tell me what's offensive about this': Ruth Coppinger holds up Repeal sign in Dáil chamber

Coppinger held up the poster while asking the Taoiseach about the removal of a Repeal mural outside Dublin city’s Project Arts Centre.

From The42 'They're much better than the 2005 Champions League-winning team... Even Steven Gerrard admits it' Top Class

'They're much better than the 2005 Champions League-winning team... Even Steven Gerrard admits it'

Michael Owen has heaped praise on the current Reds side.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

12-year-old Australian boy steals family credit card to fly to Bali alone

The boy ran away from his Sydney home after a row with his mother.

Ulster Bank: 'Human error' caused cash to disappear from some accounts

Some customers said their bank cards have been declined, even though they recently got paid.

Canadian man charged over Toronto van attack in which 10 people were killed

Alek Minassian has been charged with 10 counts of premeditated murder.

Young boy awarded 'grief money' over sister's death in hit-and-run

Vanessa Siatka was killed in the Phoenix Park in 2015, a year before her brother was born.

From The42 Fans react with horror to Leeds' announcement of tour to war-torn Myanmar Leeds

Fans react with horror to Leeds' announcement of tour to war-torn Myanmar

The country is in a period of violent unrest, and the decision has angered many supporters.

Man who spent year in prison for crime he didn't commit has violent disorder conviction quashed

28-year-old Declan Tynan is now likely to apply for a certificate of miscarriage of justice from the courts.

People named in affidavit about INM to be given access to redacted copies

It comes after a court ruling in favour of an agreement reached between INM and the ODCE.

Review to examine how serious sexual offence cases are handled in Northern Ireland

It will look into the impact of social media on trials, among other issues.

Public asked to help find woman who is missing from Cork

Deirdre Aherne was last seen at about 5pm yesterday.

Supreme Court told that judges have no power to decide if Dáil privilege is being used correctly

Denis O’Brien’s legal team has argued that TDs’ “extraordinary privilege” had led to a breach of his privacy in 2015.

Family appeals for return of Trixie after van stolen with pet dog inside

The van was stolen as owner Tim Mullins went into a garage to buy a paper.

From The42 Leinster great Isa Nacewa to retire from rugby this summer Isa Isa Isa

Leinster great Isa Nacewa to retire from rugby this summer

Ireland international Richardt Strauss will also retire next month while out-half Cathal Marsh and flanker Peadar Timmins have been released.

Fardy and Furlong join Sexton in European Player of the Year shortlist

There are two Racing players in the five-man shortlist, Fiji lock Leone Nakarawa and French scrum-half Maxime Machenaud.

Trainee garda faces deportation after investigation exposes his sham marriage Exclusive

The man is understood to have married an Eastern European woman.

Two men charged after €248,000-worth of drugs seized in Dublin

Amphetamine, cannabis and cash were seized by gardaí yesterday.

Scouting Ireland CEO pulls out of appearance before government committee as fallout from rape allegation continues

It emerged last weekend that a scout leader accused of a sexual assault remains under investigation by gardaí and the DPP.

Gareth Hutch murder accused who went on hunger strike after prison transfer now takes court case

Jonathan Keogh says he was not given any reason for his transfer from Mountjoy Prison to Portlaoise.

Irish Rugby says job advert for unpaid full-time intern that needed a masters or PhD was a 'mistake'

The high requirements for a position that is unpaid had been described as “totally wrong”.

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