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IRELAND: The Taoiseach is“very confident” there will be no border controlsafter Brexit, writes Elaine Loughlin.
IRELAND: A verdict is expectedtoday in the trial of Dublin man Ibrahim Halawa.
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WORLD: Hurricane Harvey has deluged America's fourth-largest city with devastating floods, with rising water forcing thousands on to rooftops and overwhelming rescuers receiving constant calls for help.
WORLD: A stretch of coastline was evacuated after achemical 'haze' left dozensof holidaymakers with streaming eyes, sore throats and vomiting.
ANALYSIS: Michael Clifford raises questions over the failure of a new review to address fire safety concerns in homes built during the housing bubble, and the delay in its publication.
BUSINESS: Kerry tech firm Expert Software Test is aiming to make a splash in thedigital banking sector,writes Trish Dromey.
SPORT: Arsene Wenger tore into his Arsenal players after an "absolutely disastrous" performance resulted in a 4-0 thrashing at Liverpool.
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ARTS: After an extended layoff due to nodules on Danny O’Donoghue’s vocal chords,The Script are back with a new album and tour, writes Ed Power.
SHOWBIZ: Pink has told how she produced a presentation packed with androgynous artists toshow her daughter beauty comes in all forms,as the singer’s career was honoured at the MTV Video Music Awards.
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