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1. The two men suspected of gunning down 12 people in an attack in Paris yesterday have been spotted in northern France.

2. Meanwhile, one police officer has died and another person is critical after a shooting in Paris. It is not yet known if there is any link between the shooting and yesterday’s attack.

3. The investigation into Bloody Sunday in 1971, which was postponed because of budget cuts, is to recommence next week.

4. A memorial service is happening in Carlow today for the four young women who died in a crash in Athy on Tuesday.

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5. Scientists have made the first major breakthrough for decades in antibiotics - and it could mean the end of superbugs such as MRSA.

6. Met Éireann has issued a warning about heavy winds in some counties, cautioning that very high waves and coastal flooding is expected.

Main pic: A simple tribute is left outside the French embassy in London after the attack in Paris yesterday. (Pic: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire) 

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