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14 August 2018 13:20 Masked vandals torch dozens of cars in Sweden in attack arranged on social media

Two suspects have been arrested so far. UP TO 80 cars were set on fire overnight across western Sweden by masked vandals in what they suspect was a coordinated attack weeks before a general election. Most of the cars were burned at around 20 locations in Sweden’s second largest city of Gothenburg late on Monday. Authorities said two suspects aged between 1

08 August 2018 19:46 US hits Russia with sanctions over nerve agent attack in England

A former Russian spy and his daughter were exposed to Novichok in March. THE UNITED STATES has said it will impose new sanctions on Russia, as it accused the government in Moscow of using a “lethal” nerve agent in an attempted assassination in Britain. The US State Department said the sanctions were in response to “the use of a ‘Novichok’ nerve agent 2

05 August 2018 10:12 Man sustains what may be 'life-changing' injuries in west Belfast shooting

The man was shot in both legs at around 10.30pm last night. A MAN HAS sustained what may be “life-changing” injuries in a paramilitary-style shooting in west Belfast last night. The PSNI said that the man in his 30s had been shot in both legs in an alleyway close to the Westrock Gardens/Springhill Drive area at around 10.30pm. “While this man’s injuries 1

04 August 2018 10:35 Delight for Ronan O'Gara as Crusaders retain Super Rugby crown

The Lions’ heartbreaking run of final defeats extends to a third year in a row after this morning’s result. THE CRUSADERS SUCCESSFULLY defended their Super Rugby title as a 37-18 home victory handed the Lions more final pain at AMI Stadium. For the second year running, the New Zealand outfit — for whom legendary former Ireland out-half Ronan O’Gara works 5

26 July 2018 11:17 Sentencing of man who raped woman he met on Tinder adjourned unto November

Patrick Nevin was due to be sentenced today. THE SENTENCING OF a convicted sex offender for raping one woman and sexually assaulting another has been adjourned at the Central Criminal Court. Last month Patrick Nevin (36) was due to stand trial for raping a woman in a parked car at a location in Co Meath in July 2014. Nevin and the woman had met on the dating 1

25 July 2018 06:44 Five charged in UK over acid attack on three-year-old boy

The boy has been released from hospital but the implications of his injuries are unknown. POLICE IN THE UKÂ investigating a suspected acid attack on a three-year-old boy have charged five men with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm. The attack happened in Worcester in the West Midlands on Saturday while the child was at a Home Bargains store

23 July 2018 16:58 Brothers beaten up outside Dublin nightclub awarded over €50,000 in damages

The judge described it as a very disturbing incident. TWO BROTHERS WHO were badly beaten up by bouncers outside Krystle nightclub have been awarded more than €50,000 damages for what a judge described as a very disturbing incident. Barrister Esther Earley, counsel for the two men, told the Circuit Civil Court they had been queueing to get into the club in the Russell 4

22 July 2018 13:25 Over a dozen malnourished puppies seized in Galway

Of the 16 dogs that were rescued, six have died. OVER A DOZEN puppies were seized by Galway County Council this week after being found to be malnourished and kept in a “horrendous condition”. The local authority seized 16 puppies and had them assessed and treated by the county vet. Four died in the first two days after being rescued, and two other pups died in the following

20 July 2018 12:55 'Terry was a big strong rugby man not like this little chap'

Two messages have been daubed over one another on part of the statue. GARDAÍ HAVE BEEN called on to carry out an investigation after a statue of one of Limerick’s famous sons, Terry Wogan, was discovered this morning to have been “defaced”. The bronze statue, which was commissioned by Limerick City and County Council and unveiled on Harvey’s Quay in July last year, was created 1

16 July 2018 21:44 'They are against their own people': McDonald slams those who attacked Gerry Adams' home

A rally in support of Adams and Bobby Storey was held in Belfast today. SINN FÉIN PRESIDENT Mary Lou McDonald has hit out at those who carried out attacks on the homes of prominent Sinn Fein figures, Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey, saying they have no right to call themselves republicans. Speaking at a rally in west Belfast this evening, McDonald laid the blame 4