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Dublin: 12 °C Wednesday 23 October, 2019

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Today everyone’s been talking about the first personal insolvency case being completed, a bomb in Belfast city centre and hate mail directed at Irish Muslims.

NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.

imageDublin’s four mayors today launched a new campaign to urge Dubliners to clean up after their dogs. (Pic: Fennell Photography)



#SLAVERY CASE: According to reports, the two suspects in the case of suspected domestic servitude of three women in London have been linked to 13 properties across the city.

#AFGHANISTAN: Death by stoning may return as punishment for adultery in Afghanistan, possibly restoring a punishment in force during the Taliban’s brutal regime.

#UNITED STATES: Police in Connecticut are investigating after reports that a gunman was spotted on or near the campus of Yale University. Nobody has yet been arrested but police were not prepared to describe the incident as a hoax.

#CHILD SEX ABUSE: A 55-year-old UK man has been convicted of sexually abusing five young girls aged between six and eleven over the course of sixteen years.



It rained black rocks in Italy over the weekend thanks to the eruption of Mount Etna in Sicily. Here’s the video to prove it.

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Rónán Duffy

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