Catch-up with what you've missed today with our evening briefing

Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.

Catch-up with what you've missed today with our evening briefing

BRUSSELS ATTACK LATEST

One of the suicide bombers who launched a deadly attack at Brussels airport left a note in which he said: "I don't know what to do".

An American teenager who survived the Brussels terror attacks also escaped the Boston Marathon bombing three years ago.

As Belgium deals with the aftermath of yesterday’s attacks, a guy on Twitter posted this baffling tweet describing how he had stopped a random Muslim woman in Croydon and asked her to ’explain Brussels’.

IRELAND

Enda Kenny has told a group of independent TDs he is prepared to speak to Fianna Fáil about securing its support for a minority Government.

According to AA Roadwatch, traffic levels in Ireland have been at their heaviest in recent years and that is set to continue over the Easter holidays.

A woman is in a serious condition in hospital following a road accident in Co Donegal today.

Two days after five people died at a Co Donegal pier, warning signs or safety measures have still not been installed there. Drivers were still able to drive freely up and down the slipway at Buncrana Pier yesterday.

WORLD

The driver of a bus that crashed in north-eastern Spain on Sunday, killing 13 exchange students, may have fallen asleep or become distracted moments before the tragedy occurred, according to police.

Refugees and migrants in Greece have staged protests at the country's border with Macedonia and on islands near the Turkish coast today.

SPORT

Whatever United’s latest promotional video is, it certainly isn’t a vote of confidence for Louis Van Gaal.

Former Galway manager and ex-Tipperary player John McIntyre has delivered a damning assessment of the Cork senior hurlers, insisting that they’re in crisis and that he’s never seen a worse Rebel defence.

BUSINESS

Political and economic unification of Ireland could potentially deliver a €35.6bn boost in GDP for the island in the first eight years - according to a new study launched today.

Royal Bank of Scotland Group and the UK government have agreed to scrap the state’s rights to preferential dividends, paving the way for the bank to return capital to shareholders as early as next year.

VIEWPOINTS

No single step is a panacea, but every journey is a series consisting of specific milestones, writes Gerard Howlin

LIFESTYLE

The seasons have been battling it out but spring will prevail, as will classic styles, writes Paula Burns

VIDEO

You never know what you might see from a bus window - but you probably wouldn’t expect this.

EXAM VIRAL

The sister of a Millstreet teenager who tragically lost his life after taking synthetic drugs plans to share the impact of his death with young people at risk of taking drugs.

As Corkman Darryl Connell recently found out when he bought a Brunch "after a long day working on the farm pulling beet", the reality is often a disapppointment.

TECHNOW

GAMING: PlayStation VR isn't set to arrive until October 2016 but anticipation is already reaching fever pitch.

MOVIES: Twin Peaks is coming back for an unprecedented revival at Showtime and there's a chance it could appear on the big screen

TECH: If an external shot of Ice Cross racing wasn't enough to convince you that competitors have a death wish, this first-person footage will remove all doubt.

SHOWBIZ

Our honorary ambassador Saoirse Ronan has now taken on the task of explaining to the world what an ‘Irish lock-in’ is.

MOST READ RIGHT NOW

Two days after five people died at a Co Donegal pier, warning signs or safety measures have still not been installed there. Drivers were still able to drive freely up and down the slipway at Buncrana Pier yesterday.

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