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Friday 27 January 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Kyoto

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# Kyoto
24 people killed in suspected arson attack at Japanese animation studio
Dozens of other people have been injured in the fire at the studio in the city of Kyoto.
# RIP
108-year-old sprinting sensation, dubbed 'Golden Bolt,' passes away
Hidekichi Miyazaki set the 100-metre sprint world record for the over-105 age category.
# Analysis
Schmidt's Ireland get negotiable RWC19 pool but demanding quarter-final awaits
New Zealand or South Africa are the likely opponents if Ireland get through their pool.
# JAPAN 2019
Pumas, 'Boks and Les Bleus the ones to avoid as Ireland go to RWC draw as a top seed
If Ireland are to reach their first ever World Cup semi-final, a bit of luck in tomorrow’s pool draw in Kyoto is vital.
# Holliers
15 cities you have to visit at least once, according to the experts
How many have you been to?
# How old?
World's oldest man turns 116, says to 'eat light and live long'
Encouraged by the 95 people in Kyotango’s (near Kyoto, Japan) 60,000-strong population who will this year be 100 years old or more, the city has launched a research project to find the secret of their longevity.
# Global Warming
Ireland to breach EU targets for CO2 emissions
The Environmental Protection Agency’s latest projections show that while Ireland will comply with its Kyoto obligations, it is expected to breach its annual obligations under the EU 2020 target.
# Kyoto protocol
Canada pulls out of Kyoto protocol
Canada says the Kyoto agreement doesn’t represent the way forward for Canada – or the world – on the matter of climate change.
# Climate Change
Landmark climate change deal agreed in Durban
Delegates reached a hard-fought agreement early this morning on a new deal to fight climate change.
# Pollution
Transport pollution falls by 10 per cent in recession
Ireland’s overall greenhouse gas emissions fell by one per cent in 2010, meaning we are on track to meet our Kyoto targets.
# Climate Change
Hogan hits back at claims government doesn't care about climate change
Phil Hogan has been criticised by the opposition over reports that climate change legislation was being shelved.
# LulzSec
19-year-old Essex man arrested over CIA and Senate hacking
An English teen is suspected of being involved in the ‘LulzSec’ hacking movement, which denies any involvement.
# Oh No Mario!
Hackers target Nintendo but company says no data has been lost
The makers of the Wii console revealed details of the attack today in what is the latest in a series of breaches targeting big brands.