LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Ibrahim Halawa back in Ireland; Varadkar talks Brexit with Macron

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Ibrahim Halawa back in Ireland; Varadkar talks Brexit with Macron

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IRELAND: Ibrahim Halawa has arrived in Dublin airport after spending four years in an Egyptian prison.

IRELAND: Leo Varadkar is currently holding talks with French president Emmanuel Macron in a meeting set to be dominated by Brexit and a fresh row over Ireland's coproration tax rate.

IRELAND: A suspect arrested after an eight-hour manhunt in West Dublin is believed to have been carrying a large sum of cash.

BUSINESS: Ryanair is to delay the introduction of its new cabin bag policy, where passengers will no longer be allowed two pieces of cabin baggage.

WORLD: It is up to the UK to decide whether there is a good Brexit deal - or even if the country decides to leave the European Union at all, Donald Tusk has told British MEPs.

SPORT: Sacked Everton manager Ronald Koeman is disappointed to have lost his job but was grateful for the chance to take charge of a "great club".

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FEATURES: Grainne McGuinness explains how to call the scammers' bluff.

ARTS: Kiwi director Taika Waititi has brought his quirky touch to Thor: Rangnarok

SHOWBIZ: George Clooney has said it is important something positive comes out of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and revealed his wife Amal has faced sexual harassment at work.

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