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# Toronto

All time
# Auf Wiedersehen Baby
Bono admits: U2 are 'on the verge of irrelevance'
Not only that, but the U2 frontman reckons his band have been pretty much surplus to requirements for almost two decades.
# SlutWalk
Galway students organise Ireland's first ever 'SlutWalk'
Ireland’s first ever “SlutWalk” will be held next month in Galway. Similar marches have been held across the globe this year to call for a change in attitude towards rape victims.
# Rose of Tralee
Introducing: the 32 contestants in this year’s Rose of Tralee
Which of these 10 Irish and 22 international entrants are ‘lovely and fair’ enough to become the 53rd Rose of Tralee?
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
In today’s fix: Thursday election decision criticised, farewell to Tipperary North and South, and some politicians have a spot of bother with the birds…
# Toronto
Lights, camera, Bono: U2 documentary to open Toronto Film Festival
It’s the first time a documentary has opened the event. Glenn Close’s Irish film Albert Nobbs will also be screened…
# Week in Photos
The week in photos
This is the week that was, in pictures.
# Webcam murder
Man charged in connection with webcam murder
Qian Liu’s murder was partly witnessed by her boyfriend on webcam. He has told how he felt helpless as he watched his girlfriend struggle for her life.
Man witnesses girlfriend's murder from 11,000 miles
The horrified boyfriend was speaking to his girlfriend via webcam when a man entered her room and killed her.
The 9 at 9: Wednesday
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Viable explosives sent to Neil Lennon, a Chinese man watches helpless as his girlfriend is murdered 11,000 miles away, and Cardinal Brady is off to the royal wedding.
# Officer Bubbles
Cop from G20 'bubbles' video to sue YouTube for ridicule
A Toronto policeman who said a woman blowing bubbles was ‘assaulting’ him is suing over satirical videos.