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  • Video captures Los Angeles police killing homeless man

    A man suspected of robbery was shot and killed by the police in Los Angeles on Sunday during a confrontation that was captured on video in a downtown homeless encampment. The four-minute video of the fatal encounter and its aftermath was taken by a bystander and uploaded to Facebook. The video starts with the man swinging his arms at four police officers who have him surrounded on a footpath lined with tents. In the video, a woman standing nearby picks up the nightstick and appears to aim it at the officers.

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  • VIDEO: If you’ve ever ever rented accommodation in Dublin, you’ll get a laugh out of this

    From the people who brought us the guide to registering for Irish Air comes this handy information video about affordable rental prices in Dublin.

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  • Brrr...wrap up as Met Éireann issues snow and ice warning

    Several centimetres of snow is expected to build up over hills and snow is also ...

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  • Fund aims to pay cost of bringing boy's body home from Australia

    A fundraising appeal has been launched to help with the repatriation costs of the remains of a young Irish boy who died in Australia last week. Eleven-year-old Adam Kielty’s parents are due to fly in to Dublin Airport this evening with the remains of their son who died less than 18 months after they emigrated. The former resident of Castlemartin in Bettystown, Co Meath, developed pneumonia and sepsis and died in hospital in Brisbane on February 22 after a two-week battle.

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  • Jennifer O’Connell: Men, keep your wandering hands to yourselves

    It’s unclear if John Travolta or the US vice-president Joe Biden ever saw Dirty Dancing. It came out in 1987, when Biden was working himself up for his first bid for the US Democratic presidential nomination and Travolta was getting together with Kelly Preston, so it’s possible they were both preoccupied (although I like to think Travolta might have dragged Kelly there on a date).

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  • 'Half Ton Killer' Mayra Rosales who falsely confessed to accidentally killing her nephew loses 800l

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  • McIlroy to begin court case against former agent

    Irish golfer Rory McIlroy is set for a courtroom showdown today in a lawsuit against his former agent. The world number one, fresh from a weekend victory in Dubai, is suing Conor Ridge's Horizon Sports Management over the cut his firm was taking from his on and off course earnings. The bitter row over £4.2m in fees has taken the pair all the way to the High Court. The case centres on McIlroy's contract with Dublin-based Horizon and two other linked companies, the Malta-based Gurteen and Canovan Management, also based in Dublin.

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  • Man shot dead by LA police struggled for control of officer's gun, say police

    In a fatal encounter captured on video, three Los Angeles police officers shot and killed a man during what authorities claim was a struggle over one of the officer's guns. The graphic video widely circulated on social media within a few hours of the incident brought attention to the death of the man, who wound up wrestling with police amid the tents, sleeping bags and rubbish of Skid Row, where many of the city's homeless stay. Other recent deaths during police actions in New York and in Ferguson, Missouri, and the lack of prosecution of the officers involved, have brought nationwide protest. The three officers, one of whom is a sergeant, shot the man as they struggled on the ground for control of one of the police officer's weapons, after a stun gun proved ineffective, Los Angeles Police Department Cmdr Andrew Smith said.

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  • Scherzinger has 'cut ties' with Hamilton

    Nicole Scherzinger has cut ties with Lewis Hamilton. The 'Poison' hitmaker - who split from the Formula One racing driver last month after seven years together on and off - has reportedly been advised by her pals that it wasn't "healthy" for the pair to keep in touch. A source said: "The split has been devastating for Nicole. Following the news of the couple's split, Nicole travelled to India for a performance at a £15 million wedding before heading to the Philippines with Unicef.

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  • Di Maria has luxury car collection worth 7,50,000 pounds!

    Manchester United's star winger Angel Di Maria sure is a luxury cars fan and has proved so by collecting expensive cars worth 7,50,000 pounds in the past three months. Di Maria became British football's most expensive player on moving to Old Trafford from Spanish giants Real Madrid for 59.7 million pounds last summer. A source revealed that the United lads all love their cars but added that Di Maria has taken it to a new level, the Daily Star reported. Di Maria treated himself to a Lamborghini Huracan worth 2,50,000 pounds in the run-up to Christmas.

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  • Kelly Osbourne Quits Fashion Police

    Kelly Osbourne Quits Fashion Police

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  • HSE thanks family of Gerry Collins

    The HSE has thanked the family of Gerry Collins, who died from tobacco-related lung cancer a year ago today. Mr Collins features in it's anti smoking campaign - QUIT. The HSE says he and his family made a courageous and unique contribution to the health and wellbeing of our society by allowing us to share their most difficult days during 2013 and 2014. When Gerry launched the ad in January 2014, he said 'There were three reasons I decided I wanted to do this - firstly it was for myself; a positive thing for me to invest my energy in while dealing with my cancer.

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  • Man dies in crash on Dublin to Belfast road

    A man has died following a crash on the main Dublin to Belfast Road.

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  • Search underway for two people on Kerry mountain range

    A search is underway on Mangerton mountain, in Kerry for two people. 30 members of the local Mountain Rescue team have been called out to search the mountain range. The alarm was raised when the walkers made contact with Kerry Mountain Rescue shortly after 3 o'clock this afternoon.

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  • The Tanaiste says she wants everyone to benefit from the sale of the banks

    Joan Burton says she wants everyone in Ireland to benefit from the money Ireland makes from selling the banks. The Tánaiste also used her Leaders’ Speech at the Labour Conference to attack people who hijack peaceful protests - describing them as ‘bullies’.

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  • ISIS launch major attack on Samarra ahead of Iraqi government offensive

    ISIS suicide bombers and fighters struck targets in Samarra in northern Iraq on Saturday, where security forces and their Shi'ite militia allies have been gathering for a counter offensive against the Islamic militants. Security officials and residents said the attack on Samarra was launched early Saturday when two ISIS militant bombers blew up their cars in the northern area of Sur Shnas. A man drove a Humvee rigged with explosives into the south of the city and detonated it at the same time, while ISIS fighters attacked security forces to the west with sniper fire, mortars and rocket propelled grenades. Thousands of Iraqi troops and fighters from Shi'ite militias known as Hashid Shaabi (Popular Mobilisation) have been gathering in Samarra for a campaign to expel ISIS from nearby strongholds on the Tigris River, including the city of Tikrit 50-kilometres (30-miles) to the north.

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  • Relief for Padraig Harrington as winless run ends in Florida

    Padraig Harrington won his first PGA Tour event since the 2008 US PGA Championship with a play-off victory over Daniel Berger at the Honda Classic. The Irishman needed a birdie on the last to secure his place in the play-off with a 70 after a double bogey on 17 had given Berger the outright lead. After both men claimed routine pars on 18 in the play-off, Harrington hit his tee shot close and two-putted on 17 while Berger found the water off the tee and recorded a double-bogey five. The victory, which also hands Harrington a place at the US Masters next month and sees his world ranking jump from 297 to 82, is his first on a major worldwide tour since his triumph at Oakland Hills, with his past two wins coming on the Asian Tour.

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  • Boy, 11, hospitalised after shooting at his Dublin home

    Gardaí say that an 11-year-old boy was hospitalised on Saturday after he was shot in the arm. The boy suffered “non-life threatening injuries” to his arm in the shooting incident at his home in Tallaght early on Saturday morning. Gardaí were called to the scene at Belgard Road in Tallaght between 2am and 4am on Saturday and the boy was taken to Tallaght Hospital.

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  • Iran's airline passengers are mad and aren't taking it anymor

    It was not clear how long they remained on the aircraft.In another recent reported incident, Shiite Muslim religious pilgrims returning from Baghdad on Iran Air endured a 13-hour delay--and then faced a similar marathon holdup in making a connection to Mashad....

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  • Premier Lotteries Ireland to appear before Oireachtas committee

    The new private operator of the National Lottery has been called to appear before the Oireachtas finance committee following the recent systems crash and the ongoing controversy over its new ticket terminals. Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI), which only took over the running of the franchise late last year, has been criticised over the introduction of new technology which retailers claim has undermined service levels and damaged sales. Representatives of the company, including chief executive Dermot Griffin, are provisionally scheduled to appear before the committee next week. It is also expected to hear from the newly installed National Lottery regulator, Liam Sloyan, and from retailer groups.

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