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Garda whistleblower Keith Harrison has welcomed the announcement that the inquiry into the Maurice McCabe controversy will also investigate allegations of ill-treatment of other whistleblowers.
The terms of reference for the Charleton Inquiry were agreed in the Dáil today.
Priority will be given to allegations against Sergeant McCabe, with an interim report to be provided within three months. Other whistleblowers will be looked at later.
The Taoiseach has refused to discuss any plans for his departure - saying he is focused on his job as leader of the country.
Enda Kenny's comments came amid demands from his own TDs to give a timetable of when he intends to step down as party leader.
Leo Varadkar been installed by the bookies as the favourite to be the new leader of Fine Gael.
A new survey has revealed that one in every nine people are worried they will lose their home.
The report from homeless charity Focus Ireland also shows the growing pressure households are under to keep a roof over their heads as it shows that one third of people struggle to pay their rent or mortgage every month.
Donald Trump has announced he will introduce an executive action next week to 'comprehensively protect our country'.
In a lengthy and lively press conference today, President Trump said: "Parts of our necessary and constitutional actions were blocked by judges' - in my opinion - incorrect and unsafe ruling."
President Trump also launched a lengthy attack on the media, claiming recent leaks from Washington are "absolutely real but the news is fake".
Geologists have discovered a new continent in the southwest Pacific Ocean.
The 4.9mkm2 region of is made up of continental crust and elevated relative to its surroundings.
Continent It also contains oceanic crust, diverse and silica-rich rocks, as well as relatively thick and low-velocity crustal structure.