Today's Irish news roundup


Sinead O’Connor slams Bono, Bob Geldof as “bozo” and “lily livered cowards”

Sinead O’Connor has launched an extraordinary attack on Bono and Bob Geldof after she claims they refused to let her speak at an Amnesty concert for Nobel Prize winner Aung Suu Kyi in Dublin on Monday...READ MORE

Sinead O’Connor has called Bono and Bob Geldof  “lily livered cowards”



One of the top "paid" attractions in Ireland - the Cliffs of Moher  had 809,474 visitors last yearIreland’s top 20 tourist attractions are revealed – PHOTOS

Ireland’s national tourism development authority, Fáilte Ireland, has released a list of Ireland’s top visited tourist attractions...READ MORE




Irish journalist who heckled Obama defends himself on Hannity - VIDEO

Neil Munro, the Irish-born journalist who made the news for interrupting President Obama during a speech on immigration at the White House on Friday has defended his actions on the Hannity show on Fox...READ MORE




Garreth Mullen having "missing" posters in PolandPolice search for Irish soccer fan James Nolan missing in Poland

James Nolan, from Blessington, County Wicklow, was last seen in the town of Bydgoszcz, 80.7 miles outside Poznan on Saturday. Polish police are now searching for the 21-year-old...READ MORE




The most famous case of a "bath salts" attack Rudy Eugene (L) attacked and ate  Ronald Poppo's facePublic protest “bath salts” head shops as “Zombie Apocalypse” continues

After a spate of so-called face-eating zombie attacks, bath salts have recently been outlawed, but that doesn’t stop some stores from selling different drugs that produce the same effects...READ MORE


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