Here's your morning news bulletin.
IRELAND: A racist remark over the Manchester suicide bombing may have led to a fatal lunchtime attack in Limerick city centre yesterday. A Romanian national, in his late 50s, died from stab wounds. He was rushed to University Hospital Limerick at around 1.30pm.
IRELAND: The Taoiseach and senior ministers will be briefed this morning on Ireland's readiness to deal with a terror attack similar to that at the Manchester Arena.
WORLD: Two men have been arrested by counter-terror police in Greater Manchester in connection with Monday's attack, bringing the number in UK custody to eight. Another victim of the Manchester Arena bombing has been named as Eilidh MacLeod.
WORLD: Theresa May is expected to raise UK concerns about the leaking of intelligence on the Manchester bomb attack to the US press when she meets Donald Trump on Thursday.
BUSINESS: Holidaymakers can book return flights to the US for less than €190 as part of Norwegian Air’s 6,000-seat sale.
ANALYSIS: Potential conflicts of interest and incompetencies evident in the prosecution of Sean FitzPatrick speak volumes about our attitudes to white-collar crime, writes Michael Clifford.
SPORT: Joint Wexford captain Lee Chin insists Davy Fitzgerald has strictly observed the terms of his high-profile suspension and attended training in ‘spirit’ only.
FEATURES: Through ‘Prime Suspect’ to ‘The Bridge’, ‘Department Q’, and countless others, Mary Kate Schilling has toured the world and learned some valuable lessons.
VIRAL: In a show of unity, American newspaper The Boston Globe sent staff at the Manchester Evening News pizzas while they covered the incident.
SHOWBIZ: Star Wars fans will be feeling the force today as the blockbuster space saga celebrates its 40th anniversary.
ARTS: As he gets ready for the Fastnet Film Festival, director Stephen Frears tells Esther McCarthy about his work on such movies such as Philomena and The Snapper, as well as his new-found love for West Cork.
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