LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Machete-wielding man shot by soldier outside Louvre

Here's your lunchtime bulletin.


IRELAND: The Tánaiste and justice minister has warned the Kinihan and other crime families they will not win.

IRELAND: Enda Kenny and other European leaders expect to hear from British prime minister Theresa May about her recent meeting with US president Donald Trump at an EU summit today, writes Irish Examiner Political Correspondent Juno McEnroe from Malta.

IRELAND: A legal loophole has been exposed regarding the legislation governing the safety of Irish funfairs after a 12-year-old girl allegedly broke her neck on a rollarcoaster ride at Tayto Park.

WORLD: The French Prime Minister says this morning's attack in Paris was 'terrorist in nature'.

WORLD: A fresh legal challenge over Brexit has been blocked by the High Court.

BUSINESS: The European Investment Bank is unveiling a €200m investment in Irish forestry today.

SPORT: The proposed change to the format of the All-Ireland senior football championship will be introduced on an experimental three-year basis if it is passed at Congress later this month, writes John Fogarty.


LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Machete-wielding man shot by soldier outside Louvre

SHOWBIZ: The Graham Norton Show is packed with Hollywood stars this evening.

VIRAL: The creators of South Park decided to “back off” Donald Trump during their most recent season.

FEATURE: Women’s sexuality doesn’t die with age, but the level of their desire is diverse, says Margaret Jennings.


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