Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has said Britain's Northern Ireland Secretary of State, Karen Bradley, should apologise over comments in London's House of Commons.
Ms Bradley earlier claimed that killings carried out by security forces during the Troubles in the North "were not crimes".
She said they were simply people carrying out their duties "in a dignified and appropriate way."
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a man was shot in a car in west Dublin.
It happened on the Blakestown Road in Dublin 15 shortly after 5.00pm on Wednesday.
A man aged in his 20s was travelling in a vehicle on Blakestown Road when he was shot a number of times.
Scottish police have said a suspicious package sent to the University of Glasgow is linked to similar packages sent to London transport hubs.
Officers are investigating after a suspicious package was sent to the University of Glasgow earlier on Wednesday.
They have linked the incident with a similar investigation being carried out by London's Metropolitan Police into three small devices being sent to Heathrow Airport, London City Airport and Waterloo Train Station in the British capital on Tuesday.
The Transport Minister Shane Ross has compared a Sinn Féin TD to a donkey during a heated debate on Brexit.
Imelda Munster had been berating Minister Ross on the need for motorists to have green cards to drive in the North after the UK leaves the EU.
It came as the Dáil was finishing the debate on emergency no-deal legislation.
Newstalk has today announced details of a new weekend schedule for 2019, featuring a variety of new shows and presenters.
Newstalk Breakfast will now run across seven days, with Susan Keogh presenting on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 8am.
Newstalk Business Editor Vincent Wall will host a new business programme Taking Stock on Sunday mornings where he will take a global view of the big business stories and the trends affecting the world economy.
On Saturday mornings, The Home Show presented by journalist and broadcaster Sinead Ryan will update listeners on everything from the property market to interior design, home technology and gardening.