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Today’s News

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio pulls out of US presidential race

“I feel like I’ve contributed all I can to this primary election, and it’s clearly not my time.”

ABP meat plant says 100 more staff have been laid off as beef blockades continue

Over 350 staff were temporarily laid off earlier this week.

Youth hospitalised following assault outside RDS in Dublin

The incident happened on Simmonscourt Road, Donnybrook.

Opinion: 'The youth of this country speak with more clarity than our leaders ever have'

Clodagh Daly of Climate Case Ireland writes about why they are considering appealing yesterday’s case against the government, which they lost.

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Treatment of 'Hooded Men' was torture and criminal investigation is necessary, court rules

The 14 Hooded Men were interned in the North in 1971.

Revenue seizes more than €1 million worth of illegal cigarettes

Revenue has intercepted a number of illegal cigarette shipments in recent weeks.

Kevin Lunney recovering from surgery as Quinn CEO condemns 'indescribably awful ordeal'

Liam McCaffrey has appealed for anyone with information to come forward.

Tánaiste: Ireland won’t be ‘collateral damage’ to Brexit deal

UK Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay will meet the EU’s chief negotiator later today.

Hundreds of school secretaries begin strike action this morning

Secretaries are calling for better pay and conditions from the Department of Education.

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Poll: Will you watch the Rugby World Cup?

The tournament is kicking off in Japan today.

Garda 'firmly believe' people may have information over 1987 house fire that killed adult and two kids

On the 32nd anniversary of the fire in Kilcock, gardaí have issued a public appeal for information.

Irish prison strategy aims to tackle threat of drones but overcrowding remains major challenge

The Justice Minister launched the Irish Prison Service Strategic Plan 2019-2022 yesterday.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

One killed and five wounded in Washington DC shooting

The incident occurred just a few kilometres from the White House.

Trump to be given several military options on Iran amid fears of 'all-out war' Oil

Trump to be given several military options on Iran amid fears of 'all-out war'

The US President will be presented with a list of potential airstrike targets, among other possible responses.

FG junior minister Jim Daly announces he will not run in the next election

Daly has served as junior minister for mental health and older people for the past two years.

It's going to be over 20 degrees this weekend... but a lot of rain is on the way

The warm, sunny conditions we’ve had this week won’t last.

'F**k Boris Johnson!": Irish band pipped to Mercury as rapper takes aim at PM at awards show

Fontaines DC lost out to Dave who won the 2019 Mercury Prize.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau can't say how many times he wore blackface

“I am wary of being definitive,” he told reporters yesterday.

From The42 Larmour at 15 for Ireland as Kearney and Earls ruled out of Scotland clash Team News

Larmour at 15 for Ireland as Kearney and Earls ruled out of Scotland clash

Andrew Conway gets the nod on the right wing for Joe Schmidt’s side.

Culture Night: Here's what's on in the North and West

We’re previewing the best events for Culture Night.

Thousands of students set to lead third country-wide climate strike

The strike is part of a global day of action to call on governments to do more to combat climate change.

A citizens' assembly to break deadlock in North would have 'merit', says Taoiseach

Neither Sinn Féin or the DUP have warmly welcomed calls for a citizens’ assembly.

Calories on menus 'make people order and eat less food'

Calorie counters on menus caused a 37% drop in calories consumed, according to an ESRI study.

Fear and isolation in rural Mayo: 'It’s something no policeman could do anything about. It’s a horrible, terrible thing'

After a tragic shooting in Ballyhaunis, Mayo locals tell TheJournal.ie about their fears around rural crime.

Yesterday’s News

'I need to see you go into the ground,' Fiona Doyle tells her rapist father

Fiona Doyle suffered a decade of sexual abuse at the hands of her father.

Heading out for Culture Night? Here's what's on in Dublin

Thousands of people are expected to take in festivities tomorrow night as cultural venues across Ireland open their doors for free.

From The42 17-year-old on target as Man United begin Europa League campaign with a win Potential

17-year-old on target as Man United begin Europa League campaign with a win

It was a memorable night for Mason Greenwood against Astana.

Trump sues in New York in attempt to block public release of tax returns

Trump’s attorneys filed a lawsuit against Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R Vance Jr.

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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Here’s what made the news today.

Juncker says EU open to dropping backstop if ‘all objectives are met’ by UK

Juncker said he had a “rather positive” meeting with Johnson in Luxembourg on Monday.

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Trailer Watch: Which film should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

'A toxic decision': Protest planned after EPA gives green light for Irish Cement Ltd to burn waste

Limerick Against Pollution said “4,400 objections” were lodged against the plans.

From The42 'The club told me in front of a dressing room of players that they don't have to do anything for me' Interview

'The club told me in front of a dressing room of players that they don't have to do anything for me'

Sean Russell on a difficult few months that has left him having to launch a fundraising campaign for his rehabilitation.

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French drug watchdog halts illegal Parkinson's, Alzheimer's trial

The agency urged participants to stop using the patches immediately and to seek medical attention.

Man (26) jailed in first UK conviction for firearms manufacture using a 3D printer

Tendai Muswere was sentenced today to three years imprisonment.

'A barbaric and cowardly act': Flanagan condemns 'utterly disgraceful' Kevin Lunney attack

Gardaí and PSNI are investigating after Kevin Lunney was abducted near his home in Derrylin in Fermanagh.

Teen placed in 'unsafe' and 'unsuitable' hostel has been moved to new location, court told

The case will be mentioned before the High Court in October.

Ex-Siptu boss Jack O'Connor steps down as Labour candidate for Wicklow

The party states ‘a new generation is coming through’ following a good local election.

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