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Yesterday’s News

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Thursday 23 June, 2016

Gunman dead after barricading himself into German cinema

Some reports said cinema-goers were injured by tear gas.

Health Minister moves to make 'Z-drugs' a controlled substance in the wake of gangland murders

The prescription sleeping pills. which are abused by heroin addicts, are extremely dangerous, he says.

Green Army on the move: How Irish fans can get to Lyon

We’ve tracked the best routes in and out of Lyon to help you quickly plan your route.

Ethiopia was given 69 million condoms... but might have to throw them all out

The condoms, worth millions, failed basic tests.

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More and more people are using the train and Luas

Iarnród Éireann and the Luas brought in over €200 million from passenger revenue in 2015.

Reeva wouldn't want me to waste my life behind bars, Oscar Pistorius says

In his first TV interview, the convicted murderer says he doesn’t want to go back to jail.

Man jailed for two and a half years for killing cyclist in hit-and-run

Christopher Coleman’s sentence is in the lower half of the medium band for dangerous driving causing death.

Public screening of Ireland v France match to be held in Dublin on Sunday

A fan zone and large screen will be set up at Smithfield Square.

Woman (18) and baby found on street after failing to get emergency accommodation

Mary Lou McDonald said homelessness is “out of control”.

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From The42 O'Halloran replaces injured Payne with Healy included on Ireland bench Team News

O'Halloran replaces injured Payne with Healy included on Ireland bench

The Connacht wing could make his debut off the bench for Ireland.

From The42 You're up next, Pádraig! McDowell says he's also unavailable for the Olympics Rio 2016

You're up next, Pádraig! McDowell says he's also unavailable for the Olympics

The 2010 US Open winner’s wife is pregnant with their second child.

Ex-Nama worker accused of leaking confidential information

Paul Pugh will face trial later this year.

From The42 Ireland and Leinster's Eoin Reddan confirms retirement from rugby The End

Ireland and Leinster's Eoin Reddan confirms retirement from rugby

The 35-year-old is hanging his boots up after the tour of South Africa.

This 100-bed homeless hostel in Dublin is going to remain open

Brú Aimsir on Dublin’s Thomas Street was opened in October 2015 but was slated to be closed.

Petrol station robbers confronted and tackled by off-duty gardaí

One garda was cut in the arm during the confrontation.

Mud, traffic jams, queues and more mud: Glastonbury is no craic so far

Mud, traffic jams, queues and more mud: Glastonbury is no craic so far

Some clever people brought wheelie bins and airport trolleys to transport their gear.

Concerns raised about finances at suicide charity Console

A number of irregularities have been uncovered by RTÉ.

Poll: How do you want today's Brexit vote to go? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: How do you want today's Brexit vote to go?

Should they stay or should they go?

Two research workers brought to hospital in rare Antarctic rescue mission

It was only the third time that an emergency rescue operation has been launched in the middle of winter.

From The42 RTÉ or TV3? Here's where you can watch Ireland v France and the rest of the last 16 games Euro 2016

RTÉ or TV3? Here's where you can watch Ireland v France and the rest of the last 16 games

The schedule has been confirmed for this weekend’s games.

Orlando gunman's 'gay lover' claims massacre was revenge against HIV-positive partner

The man, known only as Miguel, claims Mateen said he was going to make the Puerto Rican gay community ‘pay’.

Dublin is getting a new bus route to the airport

Like the 747 route, the bus will cost €6 for a one-way ticket.

21-year-old man dies after car collides with truck

Part of the Ballycanew to Wexford road is closed and diversions in place.

There's one man on the front of every newspaper today

Meanwhile, Robbie Brady briefly had a new middle name.

From The42 One of the greatest moments in Irish football history and more talking points from the Italy win Analysis

One of the greatest moments in Irish football history and more talking points from the Italy win

The Boys in Green secured a memorable victory to reach the second round of the Euros for the first time ever.

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The 9 at 9: Thursday

Here’s what you need to know as you celebrate the greatness of Robbie Brady.

The longest-running war in the world comes to an end today

Colombia and FARC rebels have agreed a peace deal.

Why isn't 'revenge porn' illegal in Ireland?

Recent cases have highlighted the gaps in the law around cyber harassment.

Three people charged after large amount of cash stolen from Athlone shop

Two men and a woman were arrested in Co Offaly.

Ireland should stop wasting resources on arresting people caught with small amounts of drugs

Director of Help Not Harm, Graham de Barra, suggests we need a compassionate and evidence-based approach to drugs and addiction

'They'd rather see a patient have their leg amputated than pay for a machine to save it'

TD Michael Fitzmaurice says a patient can’t get the device he needs to save his leg from being amputated.

Brexit: From polls opening to final results here's a timeline of when it's all going to go down

When do polls open? When are the first results in? when will we know the final result?

"I had looked on him as part of my family" - Man convicted for sexually abusing two young boys

The man pleaded guilty to three charges of sexual abuse between January 1991 and May 1991.

From The42 Michael D praise for Irish defeat of Azzurri and 'ambassadors' in the stands Supporter In Chief

Michael D praise for Irish defeat of Azzurri and 'ambassadors' in the stands

Michael D was in Lille to see Ireland beat Italy.

Wednesday 22 June, 2016

French people handed out love letters in London to persuade Britain to stay in the EU

They also had croissants – but police stopped them handing out the free pastries.

From The42 Shake it up, Brady! Late winner sends Ireland into Euro 2016 last 16 on a remarkable night in Lille Incroyable

Shake it up, Brady! Late winner sends Ireland into Euro 2016 last 16 on a remarkable night in Lille

The Boys in Green earned one of the great victories to set up a meeting with hosts France tonight.