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Asylum seeker tents at Leeson St double since Friday

Close to 30 tents have been pitched at Leeson Street Bridge, on the pavement there, close to the Grand Canal. The encampment there has doubled in size since Friday. On Friday, the latest figures from the Department of Integration revealed there are 1,966 international protection applicants without accommodation. The Irish …

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Oceanic ‘peace’ pact signed ahead of 2025 UN talks

Over two dozen countries signed a wishful “declaration of peace with the ocean” on Saturday in Costa Rica, as a multi-day meeting to prepare for a major UN conference next year wrapped up. Among the signatories were Germany, Spain, Sweden, Canada, Colombia, Chile, Israel and South Korea, as well as …

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Body found in cave in search for missing Michael Mosley

A body has been found in the search for TV doctor and columnist Michael Mosley, who went missing on a Greek island. The body and an umbrella were discovered in a rocky area beside Agia Marina on Symi on Sunday after an extensive search operation led by emergency workers. The …

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Body found in cave in search for missing Michael Mosley

A body has been found in a cave on the Greek island of Symi in the search for UK television doctor Michael Mosley. Dr Mosley went missing on Wednesday during a walk. Volunteers and emergency workers were searching a treacherous mountainous part of the island yesterday after the 67-year-old TV …

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Pedestrian dies in road crash in Co Donegal

A man in his 20s has died after he was struck by a car near Moville, Co Donegal, in the early hours of this morning. The incident happened at around 1.30am in Ballynally. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the car was taken to hospital …

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What we know so far

Updated / Sunday, 9 Jun 2024 07:12 The main hall at the RDS Dublin as people listen to an announcement being made on the results for the local elections (RollingNews.ie) People across the country went to the polls on Friday to vote in the first nationwide elections in more than …

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10 things to watch on Count Day Two

The the boxes have been opened and counting is well under way in the local elections, but there are still hundreds of council seats to be filled across the country. Meanwhile, there are also 14 MEP seats to be filled in Ireland’s three European constituencies. As a second day of …

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More election results expected when counting returns

Counting of the votes in the European elections will begin today, while the picture of the country’s local government will continue to take shape after a busy first day of counting. The fate of the political parties and independents will become clear throughout the day as counting in the local …

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North Korea sending more trash balloons south

North Korea has resumed sending balloons carrying trash over the border to South Korea, officials and news reports said, a week after it vowed to continue if anti-North Korea leaflets are flown from the South. Dozens of balloons with trash attached have been found in Seoul, and in areas near …

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