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Don’t have time to mull over the news? Here’s everything you need to know.

WHAT’S THE STORY? 

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1. Former FF Minister Ivor Callely has been let out from prison on bail.

2. Ulster Bank has been fined €3.5 million by the Central Bank over its IT blackout.

3. Teachers are warning they may go on strike over changes to the Junior Cert.

4. Gerry Adams is standing by his controversial comments about Michael Collins and a newspaper editor.

5. Meanwhile, Gardaí are investigating claims that Republican sex abusers were moved across the border.

6. A European court has ruled againstwelfare tourism‘.

Main pic: Volunteers begin to remove the 888,246 ceramic poppies from the Tower of London display which commemorates British and Commonwealth soldiers killed in World War I. (Pic: AP Photo/Tim Ireland) 

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