Here's your morning news bulletin.
IRELAND: Scotland Yard last night confirmed that Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane were two of the three men who carried out the attack which left seven people dead. Redouane was found to be carrying an identity card issued by immigration authorities which gave an address in Rathmines, Dublin, as his place of residence.
IRELAND: The Dutchman who purchased former Naval Service ship LÉ Aisling for the bargain price of €110,000 got an added bonus — there was €16,000 of fuel onboard.
IRELAND: Leo Varadkar will sit down for talks with the Independent Alliance TDs today.
WORLD: All 12 people arrested in relation to the London Bridge terror outrage have been released without charge.
WORLD: A gunman who killed a man and took a woman hostage before dying in a police shoot-out had been acquitted of plotting a terror attack at a Sydney army base years earlier, Australian police said.
BUSINESS: Irish home repossessions will rise as banks show “improved willingness” to reduce the worst of their non-performing mortgage loans on their books, according to credit rating firm DBRS.
SPORT: What does it say when yet again a match official is unable to take matters into his own hands during a game, asks John Fogarty.
FEATURES: The myhorridparent.com website is a forum for people to share their stories of abusive mothers and fathers, says Áilín Quiinlan
SHOWBIZ: Mischa Barton has won a legal battle to block the spread of revenge porn that was allegedly secretly filmed by her ex-partner, her lawyer has said.
VIRAL: Berlin and Paris have shown their support for the people of London in some style.
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