- A four-day truce will see the release of 50 hostages who've been held captive by Hamas since October 7th. Israel's government says women and children will be given priority after it reached a deal with the militant group.
- The owner of a Palestinian café in the city says "the worst is yet to come" if there isn’t a permanent ceasefire on the war between Israel and Hamas. Izzadeen Alkarajeh of Izz Café says he has no doubt that the war will spread to his hometown in Westbank if there isn’t a long term ceasefire:
- A man arrested in connection with defrauding 15 victims out of more than €275,000 in a so called romance fraud has been released without charge. The man aged in his 40's was arrested on Monday in Dublin as part of an ongoing Garda investigation into the laundering of the proceeds of romance frauds.
- Downing Street says it made an 'unfortunate mistake' after it uploaded a social media post celebrating Northern Ireland - and used the Tricolour. The Instagram message has since been edited to remove the emoji.
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