Sunday's big stories
The Irishman was arrested in a Cairo mosque in August 2013 during demonstrations protesting the ousting of former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi.
He and 493 other accused are now not due back in court until November 12th.
Campaign group Termination for Medical Reasons (TFMR) described a message issued by Catholic primate of all Ireland for the church's annual Day of Life as "callous" and "hurtful".
In a statement marking the worldwide event yesterday, Mr Martin remarked that there was "no such thing as 'limited' abortion" from a moral point of view.
The Sunday Game panel did just that during their final broadcast of the football championship with the seven heavyweight pundits listing their personal highpoints of the year.
Colm O'Rourke admitted to his disappointment in the senior championship and pointed to the three-in-a-row minor All-Ireland titles collected by Kerry.
It is becoming a trend with conservative publication after conservative publication backing Hillary Clinton.
The Cincinnati Enquirer and the Arizona Republic have also backed Donald Trump's rival as his support base continues to unravel.
Players and supporters were all in good spirits as they sang and cheered in the sunshine.
Even Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton, who is renowned for not being a fan of interviews, addressed the crowd in Smithfield Plaza.