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Sunday 10 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# fear

Last year
Jurgen Klopp reveals family were caught up in Champions League final chaos
“My family sent me messages before the game, ‘We are in the stadium, good luck’ – but they were not. These kind of necessary lies you receive.”
All time
Former Manchester United star Pallister fears dementia
‘You put it all together and you start thinking, ‘Crikey, I’m a prime candidate for dementia.”
Robbie Brady's injury a concern - but still unclear how long he will be out
The Ireland winger picked up a knock in Wednesday’s game against Fulham.
Man City player self-isolating over coronavirus fear
The unnamed star was reported to be Benjamin Mendy by the British media, but the Premier League club have yet to confirm that.
Cardiff players reluctant to fly after Sala disappearance
The club returned to action for the first time since the player’s disappearance on Tuesday in a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal.
How is Bob Woodward's book on the Trump presidency selling in Ireland?
Dubray Books said that the book sold faster on the day of its release than Fire and Fury did.
'If we overcome the fears that keep us silent and stuck, we can achieve so much'
Author Helen Cullen has felt the fear – and done it anyway. It led her to leaving her job and writing a book. Here’s her advice for you on facing fear.
Dozens of Venezuelans 'stranded in Ireland' as Maduro's government fails to issue new passports
Thousands of Venezuelans across the world have been waiting on new passports for over a year.
'Fear is an essential part of who we are': Here's why people watch horror films
“Why do we have Halloween? We like a bit of a purge to explore our darker side.”
Politics in Austria is embracing Islamophobia as a shortcut to electoral gains
As Austrians grow more openly hostile towards Muslims, major political parties are deliberately brandishing Islamophobia in the hope of gaining an advantage at the polls.
11 tweets that perfectly sum up today's post-EP comedown
The struggle is so so real.
Bray Wanderers label Wicklow 'the North Korea of Ireland' in bizarre statement on club future
The good news is the club seems to be financially secure.
'My greatest fear is she will outlive me': Elderly carers in Ireland struggle for help
The 2011 Census found that 24,746 carers in Ireland are over the age of 65.
'It's like living in a nightmare': Venezuelan student terrified of returning home
Protests have been building in the capital Caracas for months.
'Nights are the worst, I can't sleep' - Dortmund 'keeper reveals struggles after bus attack
Roman Burki says there were tears in every player’s eyes after their game against Monaco and says getting on the bus is no longer normal.
19 pictures of adorable Irish animals to soothe your Bank Holiday Fear
It’s allll going to be alright.
Flashmob organised by German women spreads terror panic in Spain
Five women have been arrested for organising the event in a town in northern Spain.
Schmidt feels 'a little bit of a fear' ahead of daunting Springboks task
The Ireland head coach understands that the odds are against his team in Cape Town.
Fearing retribution, communities are suffering and turning on each other
Gardaí have appealed for people living in the north inner city to share any information they might have about the recent gangland murders.
Authorities struggling to capture horse that has forced children and residents off green
Daytime seizures can result in a very quick gathering of a hostile mob.
Irish football may fear the GAA, but playing in winter is hampering our kids' development
Columnist John O’Sullivan believes its time for schoolboy leagues to move to summer football.
Mark Zuckerberg had a dig at Trump for his talk of "building walls"
“It takes courage to choose hope over fear,” he said in a keynote speech.
Farmer threatened and intimidated into handing over €83,000 to 17 people, court hears
Three financial institutions have been ordered to provide account details of the persons accused of intimidating the farmer.
Martial on why he was 'scared' ahead of his Man United move
The 20-year-old admits he was apprehensive before his switch to Old Trafford.
'A victory for Isis would be a Europe crippled by fear and suspicion'
A victory for Isis would see Muslim citizens even further reviled, harassed and ghettoised in European cities, writes Donal O’Keeffe.
Brussels March Against Fear cancelled amid security concerns
“We Belgian citizens have been attacked, in how we live, our customs, our rights, our liberty.”
11 images that will strike fear into the heart of any Irish person
F. E. A. R.
Ronaldo: I was petrified about wearing number seven at United
Alex Ferguson told him to wear the shirt at Manchester United, instead of taking the number 28.
A man has been shot after attempting to ram a soldier guarding a mosque in France
Local authorities have said that the man was shot in the arm and the leg.
Kim Jong-Un uncle: I defected to US after seeing 'cruelty of power'
Ri Kang and his family had looked after the future North Korean leader while he was studying in Switzerland as a teenager.
'As a gay teacher I felt I had to switch my partner from a 'he' to a 'she', I felt ashamed'
The posters on the wall said “It’s ok to be different” but LGBT teachers working in denominational schools felt the opposite, writes Niall Callan.
Man arrested as 'jihadi bomb-maker' is actually WW2 hobbyist who lives with his mother
STAND DOWN, everyone.
"There's only one law in this country and that's the law of the jungle" - Irish farmers using guns to protect themselves
Farmers are reporting widespread intimidation and crime in their areas.
Man jailed for threatening shop selling Charlie Hebdo magazine
The threatening phone calls were made in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo shooting in January.
'I don’t feel safe in my home after it was burgled and fear constantly hangs over me'
Pat Kelly, aged 72, cared for his parents for most of his life. Now, he struggles to make ends meet and fears the rise in crime in his area.
Remember 'The Dress'? Well now it's a Halloween costume
Thought it had gone away?
Dublin Minion doctor: ‘I’m not afraid of the giant escaped Minion’
The man tasked with repairing the escaped inflatable beast says it’s a bouncy road ahead.
The Irish Navy has saved the lives of almost 600 people
the Lé Eithne has been operating in the Mediterranean since last month.
'I used to have a fear of public speaking -- now I make a living from it'
Gerry Duffy chats to The42 about goal-setting, motivation and overcoming phobias.
Paul Gascoigne says Ireland fans booed Raheem Sterling 'because they are scared'
The England legend also spoke about his battle with alcoholism.