Man due in court in connection with fatal O'Connell St stabbing

Man due in court in connection with fatal O'Connell St stabbing

A man is due to appear in court tomorrow charged with a fatal stabbing in Dublin.

Kilkenny man Peter Donnelly died after he was stabbed on O'Connell Street on Tuesday morning.

A 28-year-old man was arrested nearby a short time later.

He is due to appear in Dublin District Court tomorrow morning in connection with the case.

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