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The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

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

1. #KERRY: Gardaí are continuing to investigate the death of an 11-month-old baby, found at an apartment in Killarney yesterday.

2. #WATER: Anti-Austerity Alliance TD Paul Murphy will go on trial today for his part in the Jobstown protest.

3. #PROTECTION: The HSE has not yet disclosed to Tusla the names of staff involved in decisions to leave an intellectually disabled woman in a foster home in the South East, the Irish Examiner reports.

4. #SYDNEY: A man has been killed and two others injured in a siege at an industrial estate.

5.  HAROLD’S CROSS: A man arrested over what has been described as a fatal ‘one-punch attack’ has been released from garda custody.

6. #TERRORISM: A group calling itself the ‘New IRA’ claimed responsibility for an explosion in Belfast that left a prison officer wounded.

7.  #WHO’S IN CHARGE?: Micheál Martin is unlikely to be able to bridge the gap to get more votes than Enda Kenny when TDs vote for the next Taoiseach on Thursday, according to The Irish Times.

8. #CHARITY STARTS AT HOME: The Taoiseach sent a series of emails to former Environment Minister Phil Hogan about a Mayo disability group that later received €180,000 in funding, the Irish Daily Mail reports.

9. #MIGRANT CRISIS: European leaders are meeting in Brussels for an emergency summit on the refugee crisis, BBC reports.

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