Evening Round-up: Missing teen's family make emotional appeal; Bodies found in Canadian manhunt

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.

Evening Round-up: Missing teen's family make emotional appeal; Bodies found in Canadian manhunt

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.

TO INFORM

Emotional appeal: The family of missing schoolgirl Nóra Quoirin says they "must remain hopeful" and will do everything they can to bring her home.

Malaysian police have questioned at least 20 people in the search. Despite earlier having said they were ruling out foul play, they are now saying that they cannot discount a possible criminal element.

Canadian manhunt: Canadian police have found two bodies, believed to be the teenage fugitives suspected of three murders.

CervicalCheck scandal: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will issue an apology to all women impacted by the CervicalCheck programme failures in the next Dáil term.

Landlord protest: A group of residents being evicted from their homes have held a protest outside their new landlord’s office in Dublin.

US deportation: A Corkman who was arrested last month in a raid by US Immigration and Enforcement (ICE) has said he is "embarrassed for the Government" that a minor drug charge will lead to his deportation from the US.

Grieving community: A devastated community are to release balloons in memory of the hugely-popular Meath teenager who died on Tuesday after a fall while on holidays in Lanzarote.

Ana Kriegel: At least 10 files have been sent to the director of public prosecutions by the gardaí after people allegedly identified Ana Kriegel’s murderers on social media.

Vehicles attacked: A man who attacked a number of motorists who were stuck in a traffic jam had just been released from prison hours earlier.

Recession scare: Fears of a world recession came back to haunt global markets, prompting some investors to buy gold and safe but extremely low-yielding government bonds.

Beef protests: Dawn Meats has temporarily laid off several hundred people at three processing factories. The beef-processing firm said it is due to the ongoing protests at plants across the country over the past 10 days.

Transfer news: David Luiz trained separately from Chelsea’s first team on Wednesday, with Arsenal understood to be pushing to sign the Brazil defender.

Meanwhile, it's understood that Inter Milan have submitted a new and improved bid for Romelu Lukaku in the hope of finally signing the wantaway Manchester United frontman.

TO ENGAGE

Here's how Brexit is leading a resurgent Irish American influence in US politics, writes Liam Kennedy.

High levels of inequality damage our health, harm social cohesion and act as a brake on economic performance, writes Mike Brewer.

TO ENTERTAIN

Love Island winner Greg O’Shea was greeted with cheers and screams as he returned home to Ireland today.

The 3 best cities for work-life balance – and why you’ll want to move there.

MOST READ

Leo Varadkar’s departmental staff attempted to access “inappropriate” sites including porn, gambling, and other adult material but were blocked.

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