Your Tuesday morning news round-up

Alexis Tsipras is facing a battle to cling on to his government’s majority; Eircode expects the postcode to be widely used within two years; A teenage girl who survived a plane crash emerged from the wilderness after hiking “for a couple of days”; Barry Davis Ryan was laid to rest yesterday. Here’s this morning’s irishexaminer.com catch-up.

Your Tuesday morning news round-up

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Tsipras facing resistance at home to new bailout deal

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is facing a battle to cling on to his government's majority.

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Baltimore tragedy: ‘Barry was a hero, willing to die for the love of his life’

A hero, a magnetic presence, even a boy wizard — Barry Davis Ryan was many things and, yesterday, he was the central figure in the celebration of a young life cut short and the story of those who helped to bring him home.

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IRELAND

Police hurt in Orange Order marches

Loyalist rioters who attacked and injured police in a night of disorder at a sectarian interface in Belfast came prepared for violence, the officers' representative body has said.

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Eircode: Postcodes ‘will be standard in 2 years’

The company behind Eircode expects the postcode to be widely used within two years, despite the teething problems that plagued the system on launch day and sustained criticism from courier companies.

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Rathdowney crash: ‘Loss of 3 lives has left us all devastated’

The death of young people “robs us of all of our tomorrows”, a parish priest said yesterday.

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SPORT

Spieth 'a little tired' but determined to practice at St Andrews

World number two Jordan Spieth wasted no time in doubling his experience of the Old Course at St Andrews ahead of this week's Open Championship.

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Schweinsteiger and Schneiderlin deals sign of Manchester United’s intent

Manchester United have fired a further message of intent to their Premier League title rivals by confirming the arrivals of Germany World Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger and Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin.

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WORLD

Teenage girl who survived plane crash hiked through wilderness for days

A teenage girl who survived a plane crash in craggy, thickly-forested mountains of Washington state emerged from the wilderness after hiking “for a couple of days” and was picked up by a motorist who drove her to safety, authorities have said.

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Hungary building anti-migrant fence

Hungary has begun building a fence on the country’s southern border with Serbia, meant to stem the unprecedented flow of migrants, the government said yesterday.

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ANALYSIS

FERGUS FINLAY: Dáil could lose its way without politicians of vision and principle

The bottom line is that we need, and will need, a parliament that works, writes Fergus Finlay

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LIFESTYLE

Basic money lessons will stand to kids of all ages

Bring kids with you to the supermarket and let them know what the budget is. This is a great way to make them aware of prices and you can make a game of letting them find bargains or special offers

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EXAMVIRAL

VIDEO: Sligo bride rides a tractor into her wedding reception

When it comes to "only in Ireland" moments, turning up to your wedding on a shiny red tractor and driving it straight into the hotel ballroom has got to be up there.

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Scottish police launch search for festivalgoer ’trapped in tent bag’ by mates

Spare a thought for poor Scott Johnston. As the T in the Park festival closed up shop today, they tweeted traffic updates for people leaving.

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TECHNOW

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BUSINESS

Trump US golf club files for bankruptcy

Trump International Golf Club Puerto Rico filed for bankruptcy as Donald Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul who lent his name to the property, makes a bid for the White House.

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Merkel is ‘winner’ as German yields stay low

After pursuing the toughest of tough negotiating lines, markets declared Angela Merkel and German bonds the victors from the weekend EU leaders’ summit by granting Greece a new €86bn bailout for three years without conceding to the demands of Greek leader Alexis Tsipras.

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SHOWBIZ

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MOST READ RIGHT NOW

KIERAN SHANNON: Davy Fitzgerald must decide what’s best for Clare hurling

In this game, at this time of year, it’s the question that constantly, inevitably, crops up in the car home.

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