Today’s headlines: Irish peacekeeper dies after coming under fire in Lebanon: Locals in the area where pensioner Tom Niland was beaten are terrified after a man was knocked unconscious in an attack

Irish peacekeeper serving in Lebanon dies after coming under fire while on duty

An Irish peacekeeper in Lebanon has died after a serious incident that saw him come under fire while on active duty.

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Locals in area where pensioner was beaten in fear after man, 51, KO’d attack

A 51-year-old man was attacked at his home in the countryside, less than 2km away, where pensioner Tom Niland suffered life-changing injuries in an alleged aggravated burglary nearly a year ago.

Call for temperature limits in workplaces as major freeze hits country

The government has been urged to introduce legislation setting temperature limits for workplaces as freezing weather hits the country.

Man questioned by Gardaí after woman dies in alleged attack in Co Laois

A man has been arrested after the alleged fatal attack on a 30-year-old woman on Wednesday afternoon.

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