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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 0°C

# Carnage

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Mayhem at Build a Bear shop in Belfast as it closes early on special 'pay your age' day
Long queues were followed by reports of assaults as police attended the scene at Victoria Square.
Poll: Are the St Stephen's Day sales worth the hassle?
The annual retail frenzy kicked off early this morning across the country.
Salah Abdeslam to be placed in isolation after being charged over Paris attacks
The French national is believed to be the last surviving member of a terror squad that hit Paris in November.
Chilling video shows people clinging to windows as Bataclan gunmen open fire
Warning: some readers may find this footage disturbing.
TJ Reid buries to the net after Waterford defensive mayhem
Barry Coughlan and Tadhg de Burca got themselves in a right tangle.
The Treviso bus driver made a complete mess of parking at the RDS
Thankfully, a Harchester United-style disaster was averted.
Here's how Temple Bar is faring today...
Just really relaxed, no vuvuzuelas or anything.
Ireland bullied by dominant South Africa as they slump to first World Cup defeat
Ireland slip to fourth in Pool B after this morning’s loss.
Records tumble as Ireland's World Cup opponents warm-up with T20 run-fest
There was carnage as David Miller hit a six over a four-tiered stand and onto a golf course.
Getting ‘sh*t-faced’ and watching over-18s wrestling is the new thing to do on a Saturday night
Over the Top Wrestling’s second event took place in the Tivoli Theatre in Dublin last weekend.
Israel warned of "ongoing terror" onslaught as four killed in bloody synagogue attack
Four rabbis were killed in an early-morning attack by men armed with a gun and meat cleavers. The assailants were shot dead.
Opinion: Predictions and brave words fall by the wayside after merciless mauling
The Grand Slam team of 2009 are well and truly a distant memory after Ireland’s record defeat.