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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: -1°C

# boiling point

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Secretly filmed 'spycam porn' sparks record protests in South Korea
The number of spycam crimes in the country surged to 6,500 last year.
England and Scotland asked to explain tunnel incident involving Farrell and Wilson
The fracas occurred before yesterday’s Six Nations clash at Murrayfield.
Investigators accuse government of Burundi of war crimes including execution and torture
Three investigators from the UN’s Human Rights Council have been probing the political climate of the African country for the past 12 months.
Israel deploys more troops to West Bank as crisis continues to escalate
The stabbing to death of three members of an Israeli family yesterday saw clashes erupt amid escalating tensions at the Holy Land’s most contested shrine.
'We need to stand up to Russia' - Barack Obama is talking tough at the G7 summit
The US president says sanctions against Vladimir Putin won’t change until a ceasefire is complied with in Ukraine.
5 burning questions to be answered on a crunch National Hurling League weekend
There are still some major issues to be decided as a pivotal weekend approaches
The Upgrade: How to keep the heat inside this winter
To find out more about keeping your house warm this winter spoke to an expert from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.
Guy boils his GoPro camera to shoot underwater view of an egg poaching
The resulting video is rather mesmerising.
German study finds World Cup literally causes heart attacks
All these extra time results and penalty shoot-outs are too much.