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The Trump Foundation has been ordered to cease fundraising by New York's attorney general.
Eric Schneiderman has published a notice ordering the foundation to "cease and desist from soliciting contributions in New York".
It follows a report in the Washington Post last week by reporter David Fahrenthold, which saw the charity accused of soliciting donations without proper certification
Thousands of people have been rescued today as they attempted to cross the Mediterranean to Europe.
The LÉ Samuel Beckett rescued 128 refugees and migrants in two separate rescue operations in the region.
The charity Médecins Sans Frontières said its crews rescued 2,000 men, women and children from 11 separate boats in less than seven hours.
The reintroduction of a hard border on the island of Ireland cannot be ruled out as Britain prepares to leave the EU, Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has said.
British Prime Minister Theresa May revealed yesterday that Article 50 will be triggered by the end of March, beginning the two-year countdown to the UK's departure.
In an interview with Newstalk Breakfast, Mr Flanagan said the possible reimposition of a border between Northern Ireland and the Republic was a "matter of grave concern" to the government.
Jonny Cooper says it was "very disappointing" to be shown a black card in the All-Ireland final replay win over Mayo.
The Dublin corner-back had to depart the field after just 20 minutes of play after a foul on Mayo's Donal Vaughan.
"It's great that the lads pulled it out but initially walking off I'm saying 'have I effed this up for the lads?'" he said on Off The Ball.
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