Evening headlines: Gasoline hits €2 a liter mark at filling station in Ireland; and the driver who ran a red light beat the baby to avoid prison

Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.

Revealed: Gas station in Ireland where a liter of petrol broke the landmark €2 barrier today

The price of a liter of petrol in Ireland broke the landmark €2 barrier for the first time today.

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‘Today is a tough day for me’, Alan Kelly resigns as Labor Party leader

Alan Kelly became emotional this evening as he stepped down as leader of the Labor Party.

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Accuser Eoghan McDermott accepts she is of age to consent when they have sexual relations

Former 2fm presenter Eoghan McDermott broke his silence for the first time after abruptly quitting his senior job with the station a year ago.

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Roman Abramovich agrees to sell Chelsea and give money to ‘all victims of the war in Ukraine’

Roman Abramovich has confirmed his decision to sell Chelsea amid Russia’s continued invasion of Ukraine.

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Terrorism on the rise: Russian forces bombard key cities as UN Parliament votes to demand Putin stop war in Ukraine

The United Nations General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to demand that Russia halt its offensive in Ukraine and withdraw all troops as the brutal assault on the country’s main cities continues.

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Driver Van (42 years old) ran a red light and hit a baby on the bus to avoid prison

Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that a one-year-old baby suffered a fractured skull and broken ribs after the lorry she was riding in was driven by a truck driven by Fred Davis (42 years old) on June 21, 2017 .

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‘Enough is enough’ – Gardaí called after the referee in his sixties was ‘assaulted’ during an amateur football match in Dublin

The Dublin branch of the Irish Football Referees Association has decided it will not provide officials for matches involving a particular amateur team following an incident over the weekend when it said a member had assaulted.

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Friend of teenager allegedly raped by 4 men says she didn’t think she was in a ‘bad’ state when they broke up

A friend of an underage girl allegedly raped “one after another” by four men told a court that she did not believe her friend was in “bad condition”. bad” when they broke up because otherwise she wouldn’t have left her alone.

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Indo Daily: How Putin’s war – the Russian dictator’s invasion of Ukraine awakened sleepy Ireland and complacent Europe

Supermac founder-owned hotel group ordered to pay Traveler’s family €22,000 for discriminating against them

A hotel group owned by Supermac founder Pat McDonagh and his wife have been ordered to pay a Traveler family €22,000 in compensation for denying them emergency accommodation for the homeless. According to regulations, guests are required to present a credit card.

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‘For a country that used to be so proud of defeating Nazi Germany, we’ve switched places’ – embarrassed and outraged Wexford-based Russian photographer

Russian-born photographer Vladimir Morozov, a Wexford resident for the past 20 years, said he was “embarrassed and outraged” by the invasion of Ukraine and could never have imagined it would happen.

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Four Irish babies born to replace mothers in Ukraine have been discharged from Kyiv . maternity hospital

Arrangements have been made to ensure the safe delivery of Irish babies born to surrogate mothers in Ukraine and their parents.

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Man accused of killing woman (71) told garda he had committed ‘five other murders’ and was working for Kinahan syndicate, court said

A man accused of murdering a 71-year-old pensioner at her home told a detective that he had committed “five other murders”, was working for the Kinahan corporation and received €5,500 “for the cause” committed a murder,” his trial.

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