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Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years in prison for sex trafficking
Europe · New York

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years in prison for sex trafficking

49% Center coverage: 286 sources
Ghislaine Maxwell is sentenced to 20 years in prison. She was convicted of sex trafficking, transporting a minor to participate in illegal sex acts and two conspiracy charges. The jet-setting socialite once consorted with royals, presidents and billionaires. The stiff sentence was the punctuation mark on a trial that explored the sordid rituals of a predator couple.See the Story
Gardaí to review Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder case
Europe · Dublin

Gardaí to review Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder case

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Sophie Toscan du Plantier was found dead on a laneway leading to her holiday home in Schull on 23 December 1996. Former journalist Ian Bailey was convicted in his absence of the murder by a French court three years ago. His solicitor Frank Buttimer said his client "is very happy that An Garda S�och�na have decided to carry out a cold case review"See the Story
Boy, 14, who murdered five-year-old Logan Mwangi named as Craig Mulligan as judge lifts anonymity order
Europe · Cardiff

Boy, 14, who murdered five-year-old Logan Mwangi named as Craig Mulligan as judge lifts anonymity order

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
Craig Mulligan was found guilty of the murder of five-year-old Logan Mwangi. Mulligan played his part in Logan's death and the cover-up which saw the young boy's body dumped in the River Ogmore in Bridgend. He was sentenced alongside his stepfather John Cole and stepmother Angharad Williamson on Thursday. Cole, Williamson, and Mulligan were locked up for a combined total of 72 years with each handed life sentences.See the Story

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12 more Aer Lingus flights cancelled to and from Dublin Airport ‘due to spike in Covid cases’

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Aer Lingus have had to cancel 12 further flights today as a result of a spike in Covid cases.See the Story
Gardaí · Dublin

Teen fights for life after being hit by car as gardaí launch appeal

A teenage boy is fighting for his life in hospital after a 'serious road traffic collision' The collision occurred in Celbridge in Kildare on Wednesday morning. The pedestrian, a male in his teens, received serious injuries and is currently in a critical condition at Connolly Hospital in Blanchardstown.See the Story
Europe · Ireland

Met Eireann say temperatures could hit 20C next week as return of summer nears

Met Eireann has given the exact day that we can expect temperatures to get warmer. The national forecaster said that from Tuesday, July 5, it will start to heat up, with temperatures even reaching over 20C. It will stay generally dry through the middle of next week although there will be some showers at times.See the Story
Europe · Ireland

Clare residents protest bauxite refinery they say is damaging their health

Aughinish Alumina- Europe's largest bauxite refinery - is located in across the Shannon in Limerick. The refinery was built in 1983, by the world's second-largest aluminium company Rusal. Protestors allege that increasing Rusal's capacity to rock blast will only worsen the public health issues and potential environmental problems.See the Story
Europe · Ireland

Family and friends of Josh Dunne protest against court decision

Family and friends of Josh Dunne, who died after being stabbed, protested outside the Dail today. A delivery cyclist was found not guilty of murdering the 16-year-old in Dublin last year. Glenda Harrington of Dunne family said they want answers for Josh.See the Story
Europe · Ireland

Irish man dies in holiday drowning tragedy in Crete

The young man was in the island of Crete on holiday with his friends when the incident occurred. It is understood he lost consciousness while swimming off the coast of Hersonissos and was swept out further to sea by the currents. His friends immediately warned the authorities as boats, divers and jet skis came to help.See the Story
Europe · Ireland

Picture appears to show tornado forming in sky over Dublin

A man has captured a photograph of what looks like a tornado in South Dublin. A tornado - or twister as they are sometimes referred - is a rapidly twisting vortex that most of the time gains strength as it moves along the land. This type of weather phenomenon is rare in Ireland, but in the past other people have posted images online of similar occurrences nationwide.See the Story

Kevin Bridges jokes he 'Dublin'd' himself at Red Hot Chilli Peppers gig

Kevin Bridges was in Dublin for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers gig. He joked that he had 'Dublin'd' himself while in the capital. The comedian is about to embark on the Overdue Catch-Up Tour. It will be his first tour since his record-breaking 2018 Brand New Tour.See the Story

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