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Today’s News

FG candidate Verona Murphy apologises after further remarks about asylum seekers emerge

FG candidate Verona Murphy apologises after further remarks about asylum seekers emerge

It follows an apology this morning for comments she made on RTÉ yesterday.

Man's body found in burning car in Lucan

The car was discovered in the Lucan area this evening.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what made the headlines today…

US will no longer consider Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories illegal

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the change in position today.

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Taoiseach praises Cavan priest's 'considerable courage' for hitting out at Kevin Lunney abduction

A cross-border police investigation into the incident is underway.

Judge dismisses woman's €75,000 claim for damages over €1 Marks and Spencer shopping bag

Judge John O’Connor described the case as completely over the top

Dare to dream: The Irish people who aimed high and did the country proud

Sarah Webb writes about why she wanted to inspire young people through bringing them the story of some fascinating Irish achievers.

'I still can't think that he's left us': Family appeal for information about man missing since May

Gerry Taylor was last seen walking along Dundrum Road on 25 May.

From The42 LIVE: Ireland v Denmark, Euro 2020 qualifier Minute-by-Minute

LIVE: Ireland v Denmark, Euro 2020 qualifier

Mick McCarthy’s charges welcome the Danes to Dublin where only a win will be enough to secure qualification.

Petrol forecourt's roof torn down in attempted ATM robbery

Significant damage was caused to the petrol station.

'I like the idea': Trump says he will strongly consider giving evidence at impeachment inquiry

House speaker Nancy Pelosi said Trump “could come right before the committee and talk, speak all the truth that he wants if he wants”.

Have you seen Christine? Gardaí seek help finding missing Dublin teenager

Christine was last seen on Saturday, 16 November.

Cyril 'Dublin Jimmy' McGuinness died from suspected 'cardiac event', inquest hears

McGuinness collapsed while police searched a house he was staying in on 8 November.

Three dead following shooting at Walmart store in US

The shooting happened in the state of Oklahoma.

It's Johnson V Corbyn in the first leaders' debate as Lib Dems and SNP lose court case

The debate will take place on ITV at 8pm tommorrow.

Man found guilty of murder for stabbing musician to death in Sligo four years ago

Keith Brady had denied murdering Martin ‘Matt’ Kivlehan in August 2015.

'An impossible task': Facebook counter-terrorism chief on trying to rid social media of extremist content

Dr Erin Marie Saltman was speaking during a visit to Dublin this afternoon.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Teenager pleads guilty to manslaughter of Italian man in Offaly two years ago

Alexander Whelan was 18 years old at the time of the incident.

From The42 Analysis: Aki and Copeland shine as gritty Connacht dig in for crucial turnovers Breakdown

Analysis: Aki and Copeland shine as gritty Connacht dig in for crucial turnovers

Andy Friend’s side made some vital breakdown steals in their victory over Montpellier.

Roads affected by burst water main in Cork city will be closed for 'at least' one or two days

The water main burst earlier today in the northside of the city.

RTÉ journalist experienced racist abuse online for over two years

Zainab Boladale said she has been dealing with much of the abuse since 2017.

'She is a hero': Girl (13) was protecting 11-month-old nephew when stabbed

The girl was seriously injured when a gang of men armed with machetes forced their way into a house in Lisnaskea.

From The42 International Rules Series to be played in 2020 and 2022 Hybrid Game

International Rules Series to be played in 2020 and 2022

The GAA has confirmed matches in Ireland and Australia.

Hong Kong: Student protesters escape police siege by climbing down ropes to waiting motorbikes

Police said they had fired three live rounds at a protest site near the university.

Sinn Féin's John Finucane receiving 'sinister and dangerous threats' during election campaign

A number of banners have been placed in Loyalist areas of Belfast.

€195,000 worth of suspected heroin seized after gardaí search derelict property in Limerick

No arrests were made as part of the search operation.

Rescue 115 airlifts injured man from trawler over 150km off Co Clare coast

The alarm was raised at around 11.35pm last night.

From The42 Parrott and Byrne in, Hogan and O'Dowda out - Ireland matchday squad confirmed for Denmark showdown COYBIG

Parrott and Byrne in, Hogan and O'Dowda out - Ireland matchday squad confirmed for Denmark showdown

Mick McCarthy’s 23 for the crunch Euro 2020 qualifier at the Aviva Stadium tonight is in.

Teenage girl dies after suspension bridge collapse in France

The 15-year-old was killed on the bridge at Mirepoix-sur-Tarn.

Poll: Ireland could qualify for the Euros tonight - will you watch the game? Your Say This post contains a poll

O'Devaney Gardens: Fresh plans in doubt as Minister raises concerns over funding and legal issues

Bartra has been contracted to build 768 houses and apartments on the site.

Two new locations added to line up for this year's Christmas light display on iconic Dublin buildings

There will be 14 light projections on buildings like The GPO and bridges like the Samuel Beckett bridge next month.

FG candidate Verona Murphy apologises for saying some asylum seekers need to be 'deprogrammed'

Murphy is a candidate in the upcoming Wexford by-election.

The 9 at 9: Monday

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

From The42 Hope rather than logic sustaining Ireland ahead of qualification finale with the Danes Preview

Hope rather than logic sustaining Ireland ahead of qualification finale with the Danes

There is little evidence that Ireland can pull off the win they need against Denmark tonight – but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.

International Criminal Court may investigate British military over war crimes allegations

A BBC Panorama programme claims that killings of civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq have been covered up.

Clerics defend Cavan priest Oliver O'Reilly after he spoke out following Kevin Lunney attack Qih

Clerics defend Cavan priest Oliver O'Reilly after he spoke out following Kevin Lunney attack

Fr Oliver O’Reilly has spoken out against the violence in the region.

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