So that’s Wednesday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
A former member of the Defence Forces has been detained in Syria over alleged membership of ISIS
Ross Outram has been jailed for life after a jury today found him guilty of murdering 90-year-old retired farmer Paddy Lyons, who was found beaten to death in his own home
The 15-year-old girl found dead at a flat in Newry was strangled, the PSNI said
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator appears to have offered some concessions to the British Prime Minister Theresa May. Follow the latest Brexit news here
Kieran O'Connor is a man you'd pick to go to war with you, writes Graham Canty. All-Ireland winning Cork footballer O'Connor is suffering from Ewings Sarcoma. You can donate to the GoFundMe page here
Vicky Phelan was the guest editor for ourmagazine this week. In it, five women, talk about how a cervical smear test saved their lives and why it’s essential children get the HPV jab.
Elsewhere, Dr Michael Harty says resignations and defections have changed the Dáil voting arithmetic, so that non-aligned Independents now hold the balance of power
Conservative MP Mark Francois and author Will Self locked themselves in a staring contest on the BBC’s Politics Live programme today following a tense exchange over Brexit
People are explaining the one sentence they would say to their pet if they could
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The woman credited with rejuvenating the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival has been axed from her job