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# Threats

This year
Leinster are 13-point favourites but this is a fine Northampton side
Sam Vesty’s creative attack should pose problems for the Irish province.
Sex workers sent death threats after replying to text scam
Very few crimes against sex workers are reported to gardaí, an advocacy group said.
A number of people were threatened with physical or sexual violence
Foreign-national sex workers were targeted by the scam
"The texts and calls turned violent, people saying things like they were going to have a hitman kill them."
Taoiseach says he refuses to change his routine despite heightened threat to personal safety
Last year
All Blacks XV has changed notably since losing series to Ireland
Iranian TV channel halts London broadcasts after death threats from regime
All time
Gardaí monitoring safety of Irish politicians amidst resurgence of violent rhetoric online
'I get death threats every now and then' - F1 driver on social media abuse
Justice Minister McEntee says she sometimes feels 'unsafe' as a politician
What will Ireland have picked out from Japan's only game since July?
Man who threatened to have 'bullet put in garda's head' may get community service
Covid denier is a 'person of interest' in Holohan and Glynn phone harassment investigation
National Union of Journalists calls for PSNI to take action over threats to members of the media
Finland says people coming into the country who don't self-isolate face three months in prison
Public order gardaí sent to Oberstown after staff threatened with boiling water
Woman released after arrest over 'threats to kill' made at conclusion of rape trial
Men told to desist from posting social media videos in Mullingar court appearance
Men to appear in court over social media threats to kill
Facebook deleting name of potential whistleblower at centre of Trump impeachment probe
Quinn Industrial Holdings directors given 'final warning' in new threat against the company
Gardaí investigating social media shooting threats made against two schools
An Post suspends deliveries to Tallaght estate after spate of anti-social behaviour and threats
Saracens wary of 'incredible man' O'Mahony but 'have a plan' for Beirne
Man kicked former partner in face and told her that 'tonight was her execution', court hears
Gardaí's home and car targeted as they investigate actions of criminal gang in north-east
Appeal launched after homeowner 'put in noose and dragged around' his home by burglars
Analysis: Munster must be clever in managing Nakarawa's octopus-like offload
An Australian radio DJ called Louis Tomlinson the 'least popular' member of One Direction and it got very messy
Gardaí investigating after Kildare school closed over 'security concern'
Second Dublin hotel cancels pro-life meeting after alleged death threats against staff
As US warplanes fly off North Korea, Trump says the country's leaders 'won't be around much longer'
Kim Jong-un says 'mentally deranged' Trump will 'pay dearly', hints at detonating H-bomb in the Pacific
South Korea now believes the North can fit a nuclear weapon onto a missile
Analysis: Lions must control Laumape and Savea on the gainline tomorrow
Imam accused in Denmark of calling for murder of Jews
Man convicted of violent disorder who told garda 'you are dead' avoids jail
Serial burglar who targets pensioners sentenced to 144 years in prison over his criminal career
Israel apologises over threats to 'take down' UK minister
Bomb on Dublin-bound bus during Queen's visit would have caused "complete destruction"
Woman who accused Trump of raping her at 13 cancels plan to speak publicly
Islamic State is the biggest threat facing continent, Europeans say