Your Tuesday morning news round up

The cause of death yet to be established for the two bodies which were found in Askeaton Co Limerick, Sinn Fein’s Gerry Admas to meet with Prince Charles later today, The Mayor of Copenhagen has banned officials from flying with Ryanair and Ironmaiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has been given the all clear from cancer. These are some of the latest and most read news stories on irishexaminer.com this morning.

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Askeaton deaths: Cause of deaths not established in Limerick case

The violent deaths of a Co Limerick couple took a new twist last night, as Marie Cassidy, the State pathologist, was unable to identify either victim or the causes of death.

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IRELAND

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Charles to meet SF'S Adams today

Britain's Prince Charles will meet Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams today as he begins an emotional and historic trip to the west of Ireland where his great uncle Lord Louis Mountbatten was assassinated by the IRA.

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MOST READ: Barry wins with Mass appeal

Barry Leonard faced a Communion Day conundrum.

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SPORT

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VIDEO: Sterling seeking move - Reports

Raheem Sterling is set to tell Liverpool he wants to leave the club in the summer when talks between the two parties resume this week, according to reports.

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MOST READ: Mickey Ned O’Sullivan - Creating a true nation of equals

Former Kerry manager Mickey Ned O’Sullivan wants to tell his own family’s story to advocate a yes vote in the referendum, writes Michael Moynihan.

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WORLD

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Mayor of Copenhagen ‘bans’ official from using Ryanair

The Mayor of Copenhagen has reportedly banned city officials from flying with Ryanair.

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MOST READ: ‘Home-brewed heroin’ on streets in two years

Home-brewed heroin could become a terrifying reality within two years following the creation of genetically modified yeast that can be used to make opiate drugs, experts have warned.

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BUSINESS

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Greek bailout deal 'very close'

The Greek finance minister has warned that his country could face a fresh cash crisis within two weeks.

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MOST READ: British EU exit wouldn’t ‘make a difference’

One of the titans of British industry has dismissed fears over the UK’s possible EU exit with its chief executive describing claims of potential jobs losses as scaremongering.

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VIEWPOINTS

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FERGUS FINLAY: Yes we can be brave not afraid, open not closed. All we need is love

It’s simple. If I’m heterosexual, I can get married to the person I love. If I’m not, I can’t, writes Fergus Finlay

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LIFESTYLE

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Bouncing back after ... Depression

One of the worst things about depression is the fear of its return. But Suzanne Harrington,

who suffers with mild depression, says learning the tools of resilience is the key.

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EXAMVIRAL

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Little boy thinks he’s drowning, he’s really not

This poor kid.

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MOST READ: 7 things you're doing that are destroying your teeth

We’ve all heard that drinking too much tea, coffee, and red wine can stain your teeth, but what else are we doing wrong?

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TECHNOW

McConaughey open to joining a superhero movie

Matthew McConaughey is open to joining a superhero film, and has even read some of Marvel’s and DC’s scripts. But so far, nothing has struck a chord with him.

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MOST READ: Snapchat is coming to Windows Phone

Snapchat will be making its way to Windows Phone, according to the official Snapchat support account on Twitter.

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SHOWBIZ

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Iron Maiden frontman free from cancer

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has been given the all-clear from cancer.

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MOST READ RIGHT NOW

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MOST READ: Surrogacy is not a red herring in this debate

The referendum is about marriage, so why is surrogacy dominating the debate? Louise Doris looks at how a Supreme Court ruling recognised the right of married couples to ‘beget children’.

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