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The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

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1. #EDUCATION: Parents say “it’s getting tougher” as home schooling begins to take its toll.

2. #ACQUITTED: Donald Trump was acquitted after his second impeachment trial in the Senate

3. #IMPEACHMENT: After Trump’s acquittal, top Republican Mitch McConnell said that the former president was “practically and morally responsible” for provoking the Capitol riots.

4. #40th ANNIVERSARY: Events will take place today to mark 40 years since the Stardust fire.

5. #TÍR GAN TEANGA: Debates are set to continue over laws that could enable citizens to speak more Irish.

6. #DEBUNKED: No, an FOI request did not show that RTÉ “took orders” from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

7. #VACCINES: The UN Security Council – where Ireland holds a seat – is to debate the challenge of global vaccine access.

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8. #BIG ASK: The Irish rugby team will get a taste of life without Jonathan Sexton and Conor Murray today as in-form France visit the Aviva Stadium.

9. #WEATHER: A Status Orange warning is in place for three counties while the rest of the country is under a Status Yellow warning on another wet, windy – albeit milder – day.

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