Headlines: No place for 10,000 Ukrainian refugees by end of month; Air France plane “spun” before aborting landing.

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Nowhere for 10,000 Ukrainian refugees by the end of the month

the The state’s capacity to accept Ukrainian refugees is exhaustedwith a shortage of beds expected by the end of this week and up to 10,000 people without housing at all by the end of the month, the cabinet has been secretly warned.

The Indo Daily: Russian roulette – should Ireland ration its gas supplies?

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The health department refuses to say who signed the Trinity scroll for Holohan

The Department of Health has declined to answer questions about who signed up delegation from Dr. Tony Holohan to a newly created position at Trinity College while continuing to fund his €187,000 civil service salary.

“Russians burn bodies in Mariupol to cover up war crimes”

Russian troops hide their war crimes in Mariupol by burning the bodies of murdered civilians in mobile crematoria, the city’s mayor said.

“We want Robert home, his children need him – we live in a nightmare”

Today marks a year since Ireland-based Australian engineer Robert Pether was arrested and unlawfully detained in Baghdad. And his family say they don’t know when they’ll see him again.

Immunity to Covid-19 drops significantly three months after the booster shot, experts warn

Covid-19 booster vaccination immunity can dwindle dramatically to between 25-40pc after three months, Irish vaccination experts warned yesterday. Two to four weeks after a booster dose, the effectiveness can be between 60 and 75 percent, but after three months it falls significantly further.

Deutsche Bank files for liquidation of Irish aircraft lessor

One of the largest German banks has asked the High Court in Dublin to dissolve an Irish based unit of Carlyle Aviation Partnersone of the largest aircraft rental companies in the world.

Green light for new booster to provide longer protection against Omicron variants

A second Covid-19 booster vaccination for certain risk groups has been approved. It follows similar moves in the UK and US. What is behind the decision and how are people being offered the extra jab?

Air France plane ‘scrambled’ before aborted landing

Aviation security investigators have launched an investigation An Air France plane “spun” on approach for landing. at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

The Indo Daily: Data Dispute – Killer Graham Dwyer’s Quest for Freedom

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Who are Vladimir Putin’s daughters? Maria Vorontsova and Katerina Tikhonov sanctioned by the US

Vladimir Putin’s daughters have been targeted in the latest round of sanctions against Russia over its ongoing war in Ukraine. US officials have said.

The Maxwell family are “shocked” after the judge denied retrial over the jury’s revelation that he was an abuse victim

Ghislaine Maxwell’s siblings say they are “deeply shocked and concerned” that a The judge rejected a new trial for the British socialite on sex trafficking charges.

Tánaiste warned that thousands of employees could forgo sick pay despite the new law

Thousands of women and non-Irish nationals not entitled to paid sick leave for three months a year under the “Landmark” legislation this was claimed.

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