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Today’s News

Man (30s) dies after being found unconscious by passersby in Dublin city centre

Inner City Helping Homeless confirmed that the man was known to local homelessness services.

31-year-old charged with attempted murder of teenage boy in Belfast

A teenage boy was stabbed in the city on Saturday.

From The42 LIVE: Manchester United v Liverpool, Premier League Liveblog

LIVE: Manchester United v Liverpool, Premier League

Kick-off at Old Trafford is at 4:30pm.

Protesters ignore ban to clash with police in Hong Kong

Unrest in the city continued today despite a police ban.

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Longest non-stop passenger flight arrives safely in Sydney

The Qantas flight took 19 hours and 16 minutes to fly direct from New York to Sydney.

FF leader asks Dooley and Collins to step down from frontbench pending probe into Dáil votes

Michéal Martin said he spoke with the deputies this morning who both agreed to cooperate fully with the Ceann Comhairle’s inquiry.

Column: 'I had to give up hope of finding a permanent job in an Irish university'

Ilaina Khairulzaman had the choice of leaving Ireland or leaving academia.

Micheál Martin blames Brexit on 'self-regarding English elite'

The Fianna Fáil leader was speaking at the Wolfe Tone commemoration in Bodenstown.

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After corruption allegations, Trump says G7 summit won't be at his Miami golf course

Critics said holding the event at Doral would violate both the foreign and domestic emoluments clauses.

UK will leave the EU on 31 October, says senior cabinet minister

Michael Gove said that the government was aiming to leave the EU before the end of October.

Violence in Chile sparked by metro fare hike has left three dead

Protests are angry at the increasing cost of living in Chile.

From The42 As it happened: Japan v South Africa, Rugby World Cup quarter-final Liveblog

As it happened: Japan v South Africa, Rugby World Cup quarter-final

Could the hosts continue their magical campaign and book a place in the semi-finals? We followed all the action from Tokyo.

From The42 'Anything that's strange, people are going to poke at it. I wouldn't play football too often, I had to turn parties down' Dedication

'Anything that's strange, people are going to poke at it. I wouldn't play football too often, I had to turn parties down'

Gymnastics star Rhys McClenaghan has risen to become one of Ireland’s most exciting Olympic prospects.

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Three men arrested after attempted burglary in Cork

The men were arrested as part of an ‘intelligence’ operation.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s the news you need to know as you start your day today.

Sitdown Sunday: 'Did this happen? Or did I just have a really, really bad dream?'

Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

The Irish For - Doomed tales of unrequited love in Irish literature

The tale of Úna Bhán and Tomás Laidir is one of many sad stories in Irish literature, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

'The first year we were completely crazy': How getting a Michelin star impacts Irish restaurants

Fine-dining eateries still grapple with skills shortages and rising labour costs.

'House of fools': UK front pages react to Boris Johnson's Brexit defeat

Nearly all the UK front pages reacted to Boris Johnson’s forced Brexit extension request.

From The42 Farrell's reign must see change after Ireland deliver 'D game' in Tokyo Deja Vu

Farrell's reign must see change after Ireland deliver 'D game' in Tokyo

The Englishman now takes over and the 2023 World Cup has to be the primary focus.

Single-use plastics ban Bill aims to put biodegradable packaging on supermarket shelves

This Bill would leapfrog over the government’s strategy, which Fianna Fáil has said is slow to materialise.

Longford feud violence flares again as slash hooks produced following graveyard gun video

Weapons were brandished during the latest incident.

Government officials clashed over roles on regulating children's access to porn after Ana Kriegel trial

Two departments claimed they weren’t responsible for monitoring the issue.

Yesterday’s News

Johnson sends Tusk letter seeking extension - along with another one saying further delay would be a mistake

Johnson’s plans to pass a Meaningful Vote on his deal today have been scuppered.

From The42 Ireland's miserable record at Rugby World Cups rolls on in Tokyo Woe

Ireland's miserable record at Rugby World Cups rolls on in Tokyo

‘Maybe you put too much pressure on,’ said Ireland captain Rory Best after the latest defeat.

Quiz: Who said it - Theresa May or Boris Johnson?

“What did you call me? You called me nebulous. Yes, you did.”

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made headlines today.

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A late-night centre for people contemplating suicide and self-harm will soon be set up in Limerick city

The Haven Hub should open within the next month in Limerick city.

From The42 How Bray's local hero fell in love with football again Fall And Rise

How Bray's local hero fell in love with football again

One year on from having to pay for his own knee operation, Hugh Douglas is thriving.

How much of Ireland's treated drinking water is lost in leaks? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of people who have applied for audience tickets for the Late Late Toy Show.

Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit protesters march in London as MPs delay decision

Thousands of people took to the streets of London today to call for a second referendum.

As it happened: Defeat for Johnson as MPs force him to seek Brexit extension

Boris Johnson has been defeated in his bid to get his deal through the House of Commons.

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Gardaí appeal for information on missing 23-year-old last seen on Tuesday

Cathal Whelan was last seen out socialising in Clifden town on Tuesday night.

President Higgins and Minister Paul Kehoe evacuated from Beirut hotel due to 'security concerns'

Their itinerary for today was cancelled due the ongoing protests in the city.

Turkey vows to 'crush the heads' of Kurdish forces if they don't pull out of proposed safe zone

The top figure on the Kurdish side said Turkey was preventing his forces’ withdrawal and trying to blame the deal’s collapse on the Kurds.

From The42 'What is it they've experienced? Ireland's experience was not to win' - Hansen Knowledge

'What is it they've experienced? Ireland's experience was not to win' - Hansen

The All Blacks boss pointed out that his team had experience of winning World Cup knock-out games.

Ceann Comhairle orders 'urgent' probe after FF TD's Dáil votes recorded despite him being absent

Clare TD Timmy Dooley said a fellow party member cast a number of votes for him while he was absent from the Dáil chamber on Thursday.

From The42 Schmidt: 'I'm a little bit broken... you carry your scars more than your successes' Heartbroken

Schmidt: 'I'm a little bit broken... you carry your scars more than your successes'

The Ireland head coach’s six-year tenure came to an end with a crushing defeat to the All Blacks.

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