EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

Here's your evening update.

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IRELAND: The Taoiseach remains under pressure this evening to name the date for his departure from the office.

IRELAND: A tribunal into the treatment of Garda whistleblowers could potentially be up and running as early as tomorrow.

IRELAND: Reopening Fitzgibbon Street Garda Station, and increasing the visible Garda presence on the street, are just some of the measures announced in a new report on regenerating Dublin’s North Inner City.

WORLD: US President Donald Trump has mounted a vigorous defence of his presidency and accused America's news media of being "out of control".

WORLD: New clashes have broken out between police and protesters in a Paris suburb, days after the alleged rape of a young black man by police sparked a week of violence.

SPORT: Irish international footballer Anthony Stokes must pay €230,000 in damages to an Elvis Presley impersonator he headbutted and seriously injured in a Leeson Street nightclub.

SPORT: Leo Cullen has made eight changes for Leinster's Pro12 clash with Edinburgh tomorrow evening in the RDS.

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SHOWBIZ: The Graham Norton Show line-up for tomorrow night is glittering with stars and is sure to entertain.

VIRAL: Four horses wandered into a medical centre in Armagh and hilarity ensued.

VIRAL: Melania Trump's #PowerOfTheFirstLady is leaving everyone pretty baffled.


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