BULLETIN: Solicitor criticises State for arrest of homeless man; Seven injured in Paris knife attack

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BULLETIN: Solicitor criticises State for arrest of homeless man; Seven injured in Paris knife attack

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IRELAND: A solicitor who represents a homeless man living in a tent on a Cork city quay has criticised the State for arresting and jailing his client for begging rather than tackling his problems.

IRELAND: Former taoiseach Brian Cowen has criticised Leo Varadkar for showing “inexperience” and called on him to “act in an adult way” when negotiating with Fianna Fáil.

IRELAND: The annual report for CyberSafeIreland found almost 20% of children are talking to strangers online every day.

WORLD: Seven people have been injured in a knife attack in central Paris but police said that terrorism was not suspected.

VIEWS:Being a ‘genius’ now seems also a licence to be badly behaved, writes Terry Prone.

SPORT: Roy Keane had admitted to Martin O’Neill that he has sometimes gone “overboard” when dishing out criticism to players, according to the Ireland manager.

SPORT:Cool Cotter calls checkmate in camogie final but rules must change.

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SHOWBIZ: CBS chief Les Moonves has resigned after six more women accused the long-time television executive of sexual misconduct.

FEATURE: Nick Rubin says you should abandon your phone’s alarm and wake up with the rest of the living world.

CULTURE: As the Leeside venue gets ready for a concert performance of The Mikado, Cathy Desmond gives the lowdown on the ever-popular operetta.

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