EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

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IRELAND: Enda Kenny has admitted for the first time that he was aware of false allegations of sex abuse against Maurice McCabe.

IRELAND: An eleven-year sentence has been imposed on a garda informer who shot a woman in the neck through the window of a house as it emerged that CCTV at the accused man’s own home was the key evidence convicting him.

IRELAND: Gardaí are investigating after two adults and three children were injured in a two-vehicle collision in Co Limerick.

WORLD: The half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been assassinated at an airport in Kuala Lumpur, according to Malaysian officials.

WORLD: Somalia's breakaway northern territory of Somaliland has asked the United States for an exemption to President Donald Trump's executive order on travellers from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

SPORT: Rob Kearney could miss Ireland’s three remaining Six Nations games.

BUSINESS: Aviation concerns need to be at the forefront of Ireland’s Brexit negotiations, with regulation changes arising from the UK leaving the EU potentially hampering Irish airport growth in the coming years, says the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA).

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SHOWBIZ: It is reported Disney has cut ties with the world's highest-paid Youtuber, after he was accused of posting anti-Semitic videos.

VIRAL: Controversial Cork comedian Ross Browne was the subject of public outrage last night after he stuck his middle finger up at Taoiseach Enda Kenny, while pretending to be a sign language interpreter.

VIRAL: This puppy-loving girl might have the most romantic boyfriend in Ireland.



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