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Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on today


The suspected attacker in the Nice lorry massacre was a father-of-three known to police for domestic violence, it has been claimed.

A student from Limerick has described the horror of witnessing the shocking events of last night's terrorist attack in Nice.

Eyewitness video of French police shooting at the driver a lorry which drove into a crowd in Nice, killing 84 people, has emerged.

A number of artists have expressed their sympathy and horror in the wake of the attacks on Nice in the form of drawings and cartoons.


Seven-year-old Abbey Murphy is to receive funding from the Treatment Abroad Scheme for vital medical tests that could help treat her painful condition.

More than a third of all primary and post-primary teachers in the country earn an annual salary in excess of €60,000.


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Republican presidential contender Donald Trump has selected Mike Pence to be his running mate.

Tributes have poured in for MP Jo Cox on the day of her private funeral in her Batley and Spen constituency.


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Cork football selector Eoin O’Neill has described management’s decision to draft Aidan Walsh and Alan Cadogan onto the panel midway through the championship an “educated gamble”.

Phil Mickelson wasn’t the only thing on fire in Royal Troon today. A wirecam suffered a fairly serious malfunction, bursting into flames while the Open Championship was underway.

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The Bank of England wrong-footed investors by keeping interest rates on hold, but held out the prospect of a stimulus package soon to help the economy cope with Britain’s decision to leave the EU.

The world’s largest oil traders are scraping the bottom of the barrel in search of their next big opportunity.


Enda Kenny’s detractors are standing down for the moment but as sure as day follows night, as one TD said, they will be back seeking regime change in Fine Gael when the next chance presents itself, writes Juno McEnroe


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Targeting of the all- female cast of a new movie is a symptom of a wider misogyny, writes Áilín Quinlan


Oliver has never been able to visit Australia so, for his 70th birthday, his family decided to change that.


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We all know things can change quickly when it comes to the weather and, even though it’s sped up, this timelapse of a storm over New York shows just that.

They do say you should never work with children or animals on TV and this incident from today’s This Morning proves it.


GAMING: The largest fighting game tournament in the world, EVO, gets underway today with competitive action in a variety of fighting games.

MOVIES/TV: Men from Oklahoma talk about their mothers in this documentary film.

TECH: A video has been posted to YouTube that claims to show off the iPhone 7 in the flesh.


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If you want a spot on the Irish version of Gogglebox then you better get caught up on your knowledge of GAA.


Pokémon Go is slowly invading more countries, having just been made available in Spain, Italy, and Portugal.


Retail withdrawal symptoms can be quelled with thoughtful online purchases for birthday gifts, to elevate our spirits and help small local and family run businesses, writes Carol O’CallaghanPoster boys: Guide to wall art you can source from local businesses online

Make everlasting mementoes and gifts by growing and drying your own flowers, with help from expert floral artist Bex Partridge.How to dry home-grown blooms

I went to Hanford high school in the US, there is a joke that we all glow in the dark.This Much I Know: Dr Cara Augustenborg, environmental scientist

My girlfriend and I live in a shared house, and she's excited by the idea of having sex during the day, while there are other people in the next room.Sex File: I don't like being spontaneous

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