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Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

Feb 25, 2021

Updated 1 hour ago
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1. #DUBLIN SHOOTING A teenager is in serious condition after being shot on Eugene Street at around 11pm last night.
2. #RICHARD OHALLORAN Irish MEPs have been asked to delay bringing a resolution to condemn the detainment of Irishman Richard OHalloran by Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney.
3. #COMMUNICORP Irish media giant Communicorp, who run Newstalk and TodayFM, have been acquired by UK media group Bauer Media.
4. #GARDAÍ 768 gardaí have been disciplined over the Juvenile Liaison Scheme controversy, with many still under investigation.
5. #AUSTRALIA The Australian parliament has successfully passed a law that will make both Google and Facebook pay for news.
6. #NI PROTOCOL The DUP has urged the UK government to act unilaterally over the Northern Ireland protocol and to protect the internal market.
7. #DATA BREACH The Data Protection Commission has said that over 6,600 data security breaches were notified last year.
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8. #BIDEN US President Joe Biden has revoked a series of executive orders signed by former President Donald Trump, including one which would cut funding to cities he deemed anarchist havens.
9. #PERSEVERENCE New photos of Mars have been unveiled by NASA, taken by their newest rover on the red planet, Perseverance.