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GoFundMe takes down page set up to 'send Irish homeless to Ukrainian hotels'
It was shut down last week.
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Hong Kong universities remove more Tiananmen Square memorials
A statue and a plaque were taken down at two universities as the Chinese government continued its efforts to erase memories of the 1989 revolt.
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Ryanair removes passenger who was filmed shouting vaccine conspiracy theories from flight
The man was attempting to fly from London to Dublin.
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YouTube removes Myanmar army channels as UN meets on coup crisis
YouTube said it is watching for any further content that might violate its rules.
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Walmart removes guns and ammo from shelves ahead of US presidential election
It made the step a week before the US heads to the polls.
# Fine Gael
Removing Verona Murphy from Fine Gael election ticket 'looking better by the moment', says Harris
Murphy has been removed from the Fine Gael general election ticket, the party said yesterday.
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Coats left on Ha'penny Bridge for homeless removed by DCC for 'health and safety' reasons
The council said that the coats would be “redistributed” through its homeless services.
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Tóibín says he only learned he had lost Culture Committee chairmanship when he read it online
Last week, Tóibín was suspended from the party for six months.
# get off my plane
Explainer: Why on earth do airlines overbook flights? And do Irish airlines do it?
“Because it makes sense to do so” and “yes, at least Aer Lingus sometimes does” are the answers.
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Rapist removed from court after calling his victim "a filthy prostitute" during sentence hearing
Richard O’Brien was found guilty of rape, attempted rape, false imprisonment and assault causing harm.
# Alan Shatter
'My concerns were entirely ignored by government': Alan Shatter on Guerin report
Earlier this month, the Court of Appeal unanimously granted Alan Shatter’s appeal to challenge the Guerin Report.
# front page
Galway newsagent removed two papers from shelves in protest of 'insensitive' Berkeley images
The owner of the family run shop said it never removed a publication before.
# Drogheda
Man found dead in Co Louth house
Gardaí are investigating.
# Defence Forces
Asbestos found on LÉ Aoife this week should have been removed a decade ago
The ship was taken out of action for a period this week while items were inspected for asbestos.
# Co Kildare
Body of man discovered in car found submerged in Naas canal
Gardaí are now appealing for witnesses to the collision, which took place overnight.
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Facebook removes controversial beheading video following controversy
However, Facebook was adamant last night that it did not reverse or change any policies as a result of the controversy.
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Savita: Galway University Hospital staff removed from Investigation Team
Taoiseach Enda Kenny said that Praveen Halappanavar had been informed of the decision this afternoon. The team is led by Sir Sabaratnum Arulkumaran, pictured.
# Love locks
'Love locks' removed from Rome's Ponte Milvio bridge
The ‘love padlocks’, which are placed there by couples, were also taken off the Ha’penny Bridge in January of this year.
# Occupy Dame Street
Occupy Dame Street camp removed from Central Bank base
The protest camp was entered at around 3.30am by a large number of gardaí and Dublin City Council staff, and dismantled.