The top five: Belgium 'destroys' terrorist network; Rolling Stones go ahead with Cuba concert

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Belgian police say a huge terror crackdown in Brussels after Tuesday's bombings means a jihadist network is being "destroyed".

There's been growing anger at the government for letting a string of militants slip through the net.

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The President's rejected the idea that celebrating the centenary of the Easter Rising could cause unrest.

A series of State ceremonial events will get underway in Dublin from today to mark the 100th anniversary of the 1916 rising.

Over 3-thousand-seven-hundred members of the defence forces and emergency services will take part in this year's Easter Sunday centenary parade.

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Business groups have been voicing their anger at plans by Luas drivers to strike tomorrow and Monday.

IBEC say it's very disappointed drivers voted overwhelmingly to reject a pay deal of up to 18.7 per cent after lengthy talks at the workplace relations commission.

Four more stoppages are planned during April.

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Two men have been arrested following the robbery of an elderly man in Co. Monaghan.

The incident happened just before 5 o'clock yesterday evening - when a jeep signaled for the 86 year old to stop his car - near Scotch Corner.

It's understood a thief pretended to be a Garda and then stole the man's wallet.

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The Rolling Stones have gone ahead with their free concert in Cuba - despite the Pope reportedly asking them not to.

The band were apparently sent a letter by the Vatican - wanting them to respect Good Friday as a Holy Day.