MORNING BULLETIN: Two arrested after €4.5m land and forestry fraud discovery

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IRELAND: Gardaí have uncovered a €4.5m land and forestry fraud scheme.

IRELAND: Irish holidaymakers travelling to the US need to declare whether or not they have visited predominantly Muslim countries in the previous six-year period.

IRELAND: Two Irishmen, including a senior member of the Kinahan cartel, are among four people being questioned after a suspected botched murder attempt at one of Amsterdam’s busiest squares.

WORLD: The fierce battle over Donald Trump's travel and refugee ban is heading for a possible final showdown at the US Supreme Court.

WORLD: Syrian authorities have killed at least 13,000 people since the start of the 2011 uprising, in mass hangings at a prison north of Damascus known to detainees as "the slaughterhouse", Amnesty International has said.

BUSINESS: Ryanair shares fell nearly 4% yesterday on the back of the airline missing quarterly earnings targets and admitting its full-year outlook is looking vulnerable.

SPORT: Limerick manager John Kiely has told abusive fans to stay away from Limerick games if they intend to make life difficult for his players.

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FEATURE: Children often know more about the digital world than their parents. But there are ways of keeping up, writes Caroline Delaney.

VIRAL: This Cork man's unique ad for an 'extraordinary car' has gone viral.

VIDEO: Cork drummer shows off his skills with impressive solos.


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