NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
- The killing of a young Limerick man in a crowded bar in Limerick last weekend was “brutal” and “futile”, his funeral mass heard today.
- A murder investigation has now been launched into the death of Conor Quinn following the completion of a post mortem.
- Clontarf Hospital on Dublin’s northside has seen a quarter of its staff leave in just two years.
- A Status Yellow drought advisory warning for the country has been extended to 3pm next Wednesday by Met Éireann.
- The Ennis based caver who took part in the heroic rescue of 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach said it was an “amazing miracle” that the boys were rescued and are now back with their families.
- Police in Northern Ireland have said that rioters in Derry tried to murder them last night, with 74 petrol bombs thrown during disorder.
#CHINA: An explosion at a chemical plant in southwest China left 19 dead and injured another 12.
#US: Donald Trump has denied criticising British Prime Minister Theresa May, dismissing as “fake news” an interview with The Sun in which he attacked her Brexit strategy.
#STUMBLE: The EU has said back pain caused European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker to stumble at a NATO summit and denied “insulting” insinuations that he was drunk.
#PHARMACEUTICAL GIANT: Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay out €4 billion in damages in a lawsuit representing 22 women and their families who alleged a talc sold by the company contained asbestos and caused them to suffer cancer.
The first trailer for the highly-anticipated Mary Queen of Scots has landed and Saoirse Ronan’s interpretation of a Scottish accent in her role as Mary Stuart is under the microscope. [DailyEdge]
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