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Convicted drug smuggler Michaella McCollum has returned to Ireland after being released from jail in Peru in April.
McCollum was convicted of trying to smuggle cocaine with a street value of almost €2 million from Peru to Spain three years ago.
Michaella McCollum lands back at Dublin Airport three years after being convicted of drugs smuggling in Peru pic.twitter.com/VXjugEfJlC— Sean Defoe (@SeanDefoe) 13 August 2016
She arrived back at Dublin Airport on a Ryanair flight at around 8.30pm on Saturday evening.
Actor Kenny Baker, who played robot R2-D2 in the Star Wars film franchise, has died aged 83 after a longstanding illness.
His niece, Abigail Shield, told The Guardian: "It was expected, but it's sad nonetheless. He had a very long and fulfilled life.
"He brought lots of happiness to people and we'll be celebrating the fact that he was well loved throughout the world. We're all very proud of what he achieved in his lifetime."
Derek McGrath said he was devastated after Waterford bowed out of the All-Ireland hurling series despite putting Kilkenny to the sword over two games in the semi-final.
Full of praise for his players, Kilkenny and the game as a sporting event, McGrath says he was unwilling to committ "in the cold, hard analysis" after the game what his side were lacking in order to secure an All-Ireland final.
"An accumulation of three years of thought and work that the lads put into it," he says in relation to his devastation.
Six people have been hurt after a man set a train carriage on fire in Switzerland and stabbed several passengers.
The alleged attacker, who is a Swiss citizen, was also injured when the train was set alight as it travelled in the far east of the country along the border with Liechtenstein.
Swiss police say the possibility of terrorism seems "very, very far-fetched" - however, they are not excluding the possibility it was a crime of passion.
On Saturday night, Gary Lineker proved that he was a man of his word as he took to the Match of the Day studios in nothing but his underwear.
Last season, clearly excited by the form his team were showing, the former Leicester and Bacelona player stated that if the Foxes managed to win the league, that he would present the show in his pants.
With the whole summer to prepare for his forfeit, Lineker appeared on screens in millions of homes wearing a pair of Leicester branded boxers (what else) as he presented the first Match of the Day of the 2016/17 Premier League season.