TOP STORY - PARIS ATTACKS
Two more of the suicide bombers responsible for the Friday the 13th terrorist rampage across Paris that killed 129 people have been named. Meanwhile France launched air strikes against Islamic State (IS) targets in Syria.
An international manhunt was continuing for a suspect linked to the Paris attacks. Police across Europe are searching for Salah Abdeslam, 26, who rented a car used to carry gunmen to the Bataclan music venue in Paris which became the scene of a massacre.
The US and European allies are combining in a drive to persuade Vladimir Putin to co-operate with them in the struggle against terror group Islamic State in the wake of attacks in Paris and Egypt. A meeting between the British Prime Minister David Cameron and Mr Putin on the fringe of the G20 summit in Turkey comes after Mr Putin and US president Barack Obama met on Sunday for talks on the civil war in Syria which US officials characterised as “constructive”.
The Taoiseach has promised the vetting process for refugees coming to Ireland will be “very thorough and very comprehensive” after fake Syrian passports were found close to the bodies of suspected Paris attackers. Elsewhere, President Michael D Higgins will add his name to a book of condolences for the victims of the Paris attacks today.
A friend of a Briton killed in the massacre at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris has described how she held him in her arms before he died.
The children of a mother of eight, who died in suspicious circumstances in Holland, have paid tribute to their “amazing” mum who loved them all unconditionally with her “healing hugs”.
The Dublin Region Homeless Executive is already trying to put contingency plans in place to find rooms for families living in hotels that are due to close over the Christmas period or have been booked out in advance.
Gardaí have launched a murder investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of a 43-year-old woman in Co Westmeath at the weekend.
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Two more of the suicide bombers responsible for the Friday the 13th terrorist rampage across Paris that killed 129 people have been named.