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News headlines: Russia alleges war crimes as civilians are killed and cluster bombs used in ‘indiscriminate attacks’ as shelling of Ukraine intensifies

Here are the top stories from Independent.ie this morning.

Russia accused of war crimes for cluster bombs targeting homes

Vladimir Putin accused of war crimes yesterday after the indiscriminate shelling of Ukrainian cities, capable of killing dozens of civilians, including three children, was “burned alive”.

Firefighters injured in serious road incident in Co Meath

A firefighter is being treated at the hospital after a Serious road traffic incident in Ashbourne, Co Meathlast night while responding to an incident.

‘Mom has a wheelbarrow ready to evacuate my spokes (98)’

A Ukrainian woman living in Ireland told how Her mother (70 years old) prepared a wheelbarrow to evacuate her 98 year old grandmother when the Russian army entered their town.

Indo Daily: Life in a war zone, Dublin natives joined the resistance in Ukraine

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‘There is no limit’ to how many Ukrainian refugees can come here

Yes there is no limit to the number of Ukrainian refugees that can come to Irelandaccording to the Government.

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Tánaiste appoints husband of Helen McEntee as Fine Gael fundraiser

Attorney General Helen McEntee’s husband is has just been appointed to an internal Fine Gael committee by Tánaiste Leo Varadkar responsible for political donations ahead of the next general election.

Angela Scanlon was ‘besieged’ when she announced the birth of a second child

TV presenter Angela Scanlon has announced the birth of her second child.

Pharmacist told to serve customers ‘faster’ if exposed

Pharmacist have been advised not to confront customers who refuse to wear masks even though a pharmacy is a healthcare facility.

Director Jim Sheridan’s dispute with the law firm over the €68,000 bill is referred to the Supreme Court

A heated dispute between Oscar-nominated director Jim Sheridan and his former law firm over legal fees was transferred to the Supreme Court.

As schools begin to return to the new normal, each will go at its own pace

Schools have reopened after the midterm break for a normal atmosphere, but Some things may never be the same as before Covid.

Sinn Féin members told any comment on Violet-Anne Wynne’s resignation must be handled centrally by the party’s press office.

The members of Sinn Féin in Clare have been informed Any comments on Violet-Anne Wynne’s shocking resignation will be handled centrally by the party in Dublin.. An email has been sent to members of Ms Wynne’s constituency letting them know any requests for comment on her resignation will be handled by the party’s press office.

Defendant on trial for 1994 murder of male student denies ‘unhealthy interest’ in dead birds and young children

Son of a police officer accused of murdering schoolboy Rikki Neave denied having an unhealthy interest in dead birds and young children.

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