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The 9 at 9: Thursday

It’s Thursday and here’s all the news you need to know.

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EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you wake up.

1. #GREECE: The Greek government has until midnight tonight to submit its new bailout proposals.

2. #BERKELEY: One of the balcony collapse victims, Aoife Beary, has started to wake up from her coma.

3. #GONE: The Baltimore police chief has been sacked, with the mayor saying his leadership had become a distraction from fighting a crime surge.

4.  #NAMA: The PSNI has launched a criminal investigation into claims made by Mick Wallace about the purchase of the Nama’s Northern Ireland loan book.

5. #TRAGEDY: Irishman David Houlihan died in a drowning incident in Thailand.

6. #AGAINST THE GRAIN: Labour party chief whip Emmet Stagg admitted writing a letter to a constituent in which he criticised changes to the one-parent family payment which were introduced by his party leader, RTÉ reports.

7. #DATA PROTECTION: There have been over 100 breaches of HSE patient data in the last year, The Irish Times reports.

8. #HIV: A former head shop drugs called ‘Snow Blow’ has been linked to a surge in cases of HIV in Dublin.

9. #ME NERVES: Vladamir Putin is a bit nervous about trying yoga after promising the Indian prime minister he would.

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