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Wednesday 24 August, 2016

Conjoined twins born in the midst of battle in Syria have died while awaiting permission to travel

Nawras and Moaz were joined at the chest, with hearts sharing the same sac.

From The42 Keane, O'Dowda and Pearce included as O'Neill names squad for Oman and Serbia games World View

Keane, O'Dowda and Pearce included as O'Neill names squad for Oman and Serbia games

Seamus Coleman and John O’Shea have also been named despite their injury concerns.

UCD is planning to spend €300 million building 3,000 more student residences

The university has just opened a new accommodation block housing 354 residences.

From The Daily Edge Sydney Rose is 'disappointed' and 'confused' after festival chair Mary Kennedy condemned abortion comments Rose Of Tralee

Sydney Rose is 'disappointed' and 'confused' after festival chair Mary Kennedy condemned abortion comments

“The festival has been out there for years trying to dispel this ‘lovely girl competition’ image…”

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Member of British military (30) arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences

Police said there is “no intelligence to suggest an immediate threat” to communities.

Man's body found in search for man off Wexford coast

The Courtown search began yesterday morning.

Talks on restoring pay allowances for teachers to conclude next month

The Teachers Union of Ireland (TUI) had threatened industrial action over pay allowances

Social media use at priest training college to be reviewed after 'gay culture' allegations

The procedures for handing whistleblowers will also be looked at.

Probe into Ashley Madison hack finds site's security had 'serious shortcomings'

The report found that the site had also faked a security trustmark, misleading users into thinking it met high security standards.

Bono wanted the Clintons to help him call the International Space Station Friends In High Places This post contains videos

Bono wanted the Clintons to help him call the International Space Station

In fairness to him, he got his wish in the end.

British backpacker (21) stabbed to death in Australia

The woman was killed in an attack that also left a British man critically injured.

From The42 Bowe gunning for All Black fixtures as pain of his 'last proper game' lingers on after knee nightmare Suftum

Bowe gunning for All Black fixtures as pain of his 'last proper game' lingers on after knee nightmare

The wing hopes to play in the early weeks of the new season, but Ulster Director of Rugby Les Kiss must deal with an injury crisis in the front row.

Turkey launches anti-IS operation in Syria

Turkish tank units have crossed the Syrian border to clear the so-called Islamic State militant group from the Syrian border town of Jarabulus

Emergency landing at Cork Airport after plane reports smoke in the cockpit

The Aer Lingus flight landed just after 10am.

Poll: Should Irish colleges ban spirits at student parties? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Irish colleges ban spirits at student parties?

Stanford University has prohibited high alcohol volume spirits over 20% for undergraduates on campus.

Philippines president says threat to pull country out of UN was just a 'joke'

Rodrigo Duterte also attempted some light wordplay on genocide while talking to reporters.

Stanford University has decided to ban spirits at student parties

The policy has been criticised as a tone-deaf response to the Stanford rape case.

Gardaí say they have foiled as many as 11 assassination attempts in recent months

Assistant Commissioner Michael O’Sullivan said the force had more than enough resources to tackle crime.

Photos have emerged of armed French police telling a woman to remove a 'burkini'

The woman removed the garment but it’s unclear whether it was actually the Islamic swimsuit.

Man in his 90s killed in road crash in Co Meath

The collision happened at about 12.55pm yesterday afternoon.

1 dead and dozens injured as car bomb explodes in Thai nightlife district

The latest blast struck late last night outside a hotel in Pattani, a southern province battered by a long-running rebellion.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Here’s all the news you need to know about this morning.

13-year-old boy dies after weekend road crash

The teenage cyclist was involved in a crash with a car in Co Louth.

Department confirms there is no law to stop American football match being played without go-ahead from Irish association Exclusive

The Department was vocal about the need for MMA to have an NGB, but says it will not support the American football association.

Terrorism and Brexit are taking their toll on Irish booking giant Hostelworld

The spate of attacks in Europe have put a dampener on the tourism industry.

RTÉ received 10 formal complaints about Sydney Rose's abortion comments

Brianna Parkins told Dáithí Ó Sé she would like to see a referendum on abortion.

Mechanic who left job after employer implied he was a thief awarded €22k

An Employment Appeals Tribunal said it was reasonable for him to quit his job given the circumstances.

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Tuesday 23 August, 2016

From The Daily Edge The Chicago Rose has just been crowned the Rose of Tralee Chicargo
From The Daily Edge Night Two of the Rose of Tralee 2016: Liveblog Lovely Girls

Night Two of the Rose of Tralee 2016: Liveblog

Who will win the coveted title? Only one way to find out…

Rio police publish emails between Pat Hickey and THG discussing sale of Ireland's Olympics tickets

The “weekly” emails date back to 2010. Rio police also told TheJournal.ie that they want to establish if FAI chief John Delaney was involved in the OCI’s sale of Rio tickets.

Tourism slump as France counts the cost of terrorism and transport strikes

France is the world’s top tourist destination and the sector accounts for around 9% of its GDP.

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From The42 Courageous draw not enough to send Dundalk through to Champions League group stages So Close

Courageous draw not enough to send Dundalk through to Champions League group stages

Tonight’s second leg with Legia Warsaw ended 1-1 at the Polish Army Stadium tonight.

Woman who wrongfully spent 35 years in prison for murder to sue

Woods was diagnosed as schizophrenic and was “floridly psychotic and hearing voices” at the time she gave her alleged confession.

"I never imagined the State would use such underhanded tactics to try and shame a private citizen"

Homeless campaigner Erica Fleming says that false accounts have been spread to try and tarnish her reputation.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Fresh claims from Rio police, fallout from the Rose of Tralee, and a surge in employment figures – it’s your Evening Fix.

Drunk British men are most likely to jump from Spanish balconies - study

Only one woman was involved, all the others were men, aged 24 on average.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Burnley striker charged for homophobic tweets and the rest of today's sport Tuesday

We'll Leave It There So: Burnley striker charged for homophobic tweets and the rest of today's sport

Here’s what the world of sport had to offer on Tuesday.

Child pornography: 75 people arrested in Europe-wide crackdown

Operation Daylight was started after Europol received information from Swiss police last year revealing a vast network of criminals involved in the sexual exploitation of minors.