MORNING BULLETIN: Thousands without power over Storm Emma; Cork teen in critical condition after freak snow accident

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IRELAND: Thousands of homes across the country are without electricity this morning due to Storm Emma.

IRELAND: Met Éireann has issued updated weather warnings, with a Status Orange alert now in place for Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo.

IRELAND: A teenager is in critical condition in hospital in Cork after a freak weather-related accident on the northside of city.

WORLD: China has expressed "grave concern" about a US trade policy report that pledges to pressure Beijing but had no immediate response to President Donald Trump's plan to hike tariffs on steel and aluminium.

BUSINESS: US stocks dived in another dizzying day of trading after President Donald Trump promised stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminium.

SPORT: Pep Guardiola came out in support of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger after his Manchester City side doled out another sound beating to increase the pressure on the Frenchman.



MORNING BULLETIN: Thousands without power over Storm Emma; Cork teen in critical condition after freak snow accident

SHOWBIZ: Colin Farrell has praised Dunkirk actor Barry Keoghan for overcoming “insurmountable” difficulties, as he presented him with an award in Los Angeles.

SHOWBIZ: The 2018 Oscars would make history on Sunday if there are wins for the first black director and the first female cinematographer.

SHOWBIZ: Pamela Anderson does not want men “to feel like they can’t make the first move” in the wake of the Hollywood sexual misconduct scandal.


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