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Violent Egyptian rapist hasn’t shown ‘any hint of remorse’ as judge rejects appeal

A violent rapist who attacked a foreign student in her own home after following her from a bus stop has lost his appeal to reduce the length of time he will serve behind bars.


Children’s hospitals seeing ‘unprecedented’ numbers attending A&E

Children’s hospitals in Dublin are under pressure with an “unprecedented” number of children attending emergency departments for this time of year.

Sir David Amess died in a terror attack: Tory MP was killed in murder 'linked to Islamist extremism'

The death of Sir David Amess was today being treated as a terror attack 'linked to Islamist extremism' as officers raided two homes in London and a British Muslim man of Somali descent remained in police custody.


Oireachtas Education Committee chair accused of supporting 'porn literacy' in leaflet campaign

Oireachtas Education Committee chair Fiona O’Loughlin is the latest target of a campaign objecting to changes expected in the Relationships and Sex Education programme in schools.


Nigerian 'Doctor' lacking basic medical knowledge employed in busy maternity hospital

A doctor with no clinical experience and lacking basic medical knowledge was employed as a senior house officer at a busy maternity hospital, a fitness to practice hearing has heard.


Financial Times Says Europeans Should “Prepare for Demographic Replenishment by Arabs and Asians”

The Financial Times has published an article which asserts that people living in European countries should “prepare for demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians.”


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