So that’s nearly Tuesday 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.
Mark Zuckerberg has assured senior politicians he will work with governments to establish new policies in a bid to regulate social media.
Ireland will not be abandoned if there is a no-deal Brexit, insists Emmanuel Macron. Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn has said he is “very happy” to meet Theresa May after she offered to sit down with him to agree a plan which allows the UK to leave the EU with a deal.
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Two men narrowly escaped injury this afternoon after a gunman fired shots outside a secondary school in Blanchardstown.
A woman has been jailed after she tried to pass her boyfriend heroin via a kiss while he was under escort on his way to prison.
The Government and Health Minister Simon Harris came under severe attack in the Dáil over fresh delays in cervical tests for women who had to be retested.
Lessons learned, but Déise may have to draw a different conclusion, writes Waterford legend Tony Browne
UK’s bird-brain politics that could leave us all in a very dark place, writes Fergus Finlay
Finian McGrath’s politics are no laughing matter, writes Michael Clifford
Here’s what happened when JoJo Siwa babysat North West
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have launched their own official Instagram account - separate to Kensington Palace.
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A 'black escalation level' had to be declared at Cork University Hospital (CUH) as there was such a severe backlog of patients in the emergency department.