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IRELAND

A man in his early 60s has been stabbed in the face  during an aggravated burglary in Blarney, Co Cork.

Motor insurers have been summoned before the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission  which is investigating suspected breaches of competition law in the sector.

The Department of Transport has launched an investigation to establish the circumstances  surrounding the death of volunteer  coastguard Caitríona Lucas yesterday.

The Taoiseach has rounded on rebel backbenchersstill questioning his leadership,  saying now is not the time to "mess around".

Gardaí have made  30 arrests following raids  of 12 properties in Co. Carlow.

WORLD

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A 26-year-old man has been airlifted to hospital after being found on fire  outside a Frankie and Benny's restaurant in England.

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey has been accused of allowing an incorrect temperature  to be recorded during a "chaotic" screening process on returning to the UK.

SPORT

Lance Armstrong is coming to Dublin in October for a 90-minute ‘no-holds barred’  interview live on stage at the RDS on Friday, October 21.

Chelsea captain John Terry will be ruled out for 10 days  after straining ligaments in his left ankle.

Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic could park two buses at the Nou Camp tonight and still not stop Barcelona star Luis Suarez.  The 29-year-old Uruguay striker worked under Rodgers at Liverpool and will team up with Lionel Messi and Neymar against the Hoops.

BUSINESS

Furniture giant IKEA is currently seeking a location for a Cork store,  according to The Evening Echo.

Ryanair is ending its Derry to London route from next spring.  Summer flights to Faro in Portugal are also being dropped, the City of Derry Airport disclosed.

LIFESTYLE

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At a low point, Rebecca Ryan could only leave her house through a window.  She tells Sharon Ní Chonchuir how she learned to beat her OCD demons

ANALYSIS

Government is largely composed of people who opposed the wall of secrecy around NAMA,  writes Fergus Finlay.

VIRAL

Here's a great quiz to put your general knowledge to the test.  Don't forget to share your score on social media and get your friends to try and beat it!

A video of a wonderful moment between a pregnant woman and orangutan  is going viral.

VIDEO

Take a bow Gary Sayers. Under pressure and in difficult conditions, [url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/sport/watch-kerry-footballer-rescues-team-with-outrageous-last-second-equaliser-754446.html?utm_source=EveningBriefing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Evening%20Briefing]from 30 yards out and on his wrong side.

TECHNOW

GAMING: The rather marvellous Dishonored skipped through our lives back in 2012,  bringing inventive kills and sneaky stealth to play in a strange and unusual world. Now there's more.

MOVIES/TVFifty Shades of Grey made a shedload of cash, which isn't surprising when you consider the massive success of the book series by E.L. James, so the sequel is on the way.  

TECH: The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 woes continue, with the company losing over 20 billion dollars  in value over the last few days.

SHOWBIZ

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Yes everyone’s favourite original Dublin-hunzo Samantha Mumba has announced an Irish date and let’s just say we’re excited about it. Especially when it’s only €8!

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Furniture giant IKEA is currently seeking a location for a Cork store,  according to The Evening Echo.


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