Catch-up with what you've missed so far today with our lunchtime briefing

Good afternoon. Here’s all the news you need to know this lunchtime.

TOP STORY- FRANCE ATTACK

A priest has died from a slashed throat after two knifemen burst into a church as he celebrated Mass, in what appears to be the latest in a string of terror attacks in France.

IRELAND

A man has been found dead at Navan Retail Park in Co Meath this morning. The man who died in what is believed to be a workplace-related accident in Navan was aged in his 40s and was found at around 6.20am this morning.

A doctor found guilty of professional misconduct has said his treatment during a public inquiry “will be fully paid for at an extremely bloody price for the people involved worldwide,” the High Court heard.

Dublin residents are being encouraged to rent out their spare rooms as student digs in an effort to tackle Dublin's accommodation crisis.

There could be an €800 pay rise on the way for Councillors from January. At the moment, Councillors employed by local authorities, take home around €16,500 plus expenses a year.

Teaching time for Religion classes in schools may be significantly reduced if new proposals before Government are accepted.

A US film studio has threatened to sue an Irish autism-rights advocate if she continues to speak out against its controversial anti-vaccine documentary, Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe.

WORLD

A doctor has been [url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/world/breaking-doctor-shot-in-berlin-shooter-dies-from-self-inflicted-wound-746688.htmlshot in a Berlin hospital[/url]. It is reported the shooter has also died from a self-inflicted wound

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The mother of a Briton accused of trying to grab a policeman’s gun in a bid to kill Donald Trump has pleaded for her son’s return to the UK after he was placed on suicide watch in prison.

Two new suspects have been detained in the investigation into the Bastille Day attack in Nice in which more than 80 people were killed.

SPORT

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The world of horse racing was dealt a blow today with news of the sad passing of one of their bravest compatriots, jockey John Thomas "JT" McNamara, aged 41. Fans have been paying tribute and friends and fellow jockeys have been remembering the privilege of knowing him.

The Olympic team of Belarus has branded the athletes' village in Rio de Janeiro unsanitary, a day after Australia refused to check its athletes in over health concerns. Meanwhile, the International Canoe Federation has become the latest governing body to ban a number of Russian athletes from the Rio Olympics in the wake of Richard McLaren's damning report into state-sponsored doping.

BUSINESS

Employers' group IBEC wants to see the amounts awarded in personal injury claims reduced.

A Co Mayo law firm representing hundreds of claimants has become the first in Europe to have a case relating to the global Volkswagen emissions scandal heard in court.

ANALYSIS

Hilary Clinton, who will be the first female candidate for the White House, has been accused of being too ambitious in her lust for power. How else would she have got this far, asks Jocelyn Noveck

LIFESTYLE

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Health cover is a major expense in Ireland; nobody wants to face delays or money worries if illness should strike. However, standard health insurance policies aren’t the only options, writes Gráinne McGuinness.

VIRAL

If you need some cheering up, we highly recommend this video of an Irish girl arriving home from Australia - to the shock and absolute delight of her mother.

One comedian has made a hilarious parody about people who boast when they go to the gym.

VIDEO

The remains of one of Ireland’s finest Georgian villas could face demolition after it was gutted in a suspected arson attack.

Video via Evan Shelly Visuals

TECHNOW

GAMINGMicrosoft unveiled what games will be a part of next month’s Games With Gold promo and it’s shaping up to be a good month.

MOVIES/TVMarvel Studios has taken their time bringing their first solo female superhero to the big screen but they've got a great lead in Brie Larson.

TECHGoogle Maps is to be updated in the near future, which should make the interface easier to read and use.

SHOWBIZ

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Piers Morgan slammed Jennifer Aniston and told the actress to “get a grip” after she became visibly upset about her insecurities at an event.

MOST READ RIGHT NOW

A doctor found guilty of professional misconduct has said his treatment during a public inquiry “will be fully paid for at an extremely bloody price for the people involved worldwide,” the High Court heard.


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