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Alliance leader Naomi Long to challenge DUP leader Gavin Robinson for Westminster seat
Man hospitalised with life-threatening injuries after stabbing in Newry
Teenager due to appear in court over suspected arson attack in Tallaght
'50 burned bodies recovered' after Israeli strikes on Rafah centre for displaced people
FG promises local authority housing targets and openly advertised social homes in manifesto
EV chargers for every 60km of motorway and home and apartment charging as part of Government plans
The disinfluencers: How over 150 anonymous 'Irish' accounts are swamping X with extreme views
The accounts could be part of a wider ‘influence operation’ in Ireland.
An analysis of anonymous accounts on the platform formerly known as Twitter found a potential 'influence operation' ahead of the June elections.
Some accounts showed signs of being operated by non-Irish users, despite claiming to be Irish and posting almost exclusively about Irish political issues.
X policy states that accounts should not "pose as someone who doesn’t exist to mislead others".
Watchdog raises 'urgent' need to plan staffing for New Children's Hospital critical care unit
26th May 2024
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