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# FF Leadership
Micheal Martin elected Fianna Fáil leader
The Cork TD beats opposition from Éamon Ó Cuív, Brian Lenihan and Mary Hanafin to become the eighth party leader.
# Film Fest
Top talent announced for Dublin Film Festival
Film buffs will be pleased to hear the line-up for the upcoming Dublin Film Festival – which include Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Kevin Spacey and Richard Ayoade.
# State of the Union
Obama asks new generation to face 'Sputnik moment'
In his annual State of the Union address, Barack Obama warns of the global threat to the United States’ economic power.
# Russia
Russian officials fired over Moscow airport bombing
Investigation into Monday’s suicide bomb attack on Domedovo airport continues to suspect North Causasus militants, as Putin says no apparent link with Chechen fighters.
# Cynical
Now that it's bagged 12 Oscar nominations, Harvey Weinstein wants to cut the bad language
The King’s Speech is heading back to the edit suite, as Harvey Weinstein plans to try and cut out the bad language. Er, wasn’t that the best part?
# Rebel Yell
Decision to cut Sean Óg criticised in documentary on Cork's 'Magnificent Seven'
Former team-mates and managers line up to pay tribute to axed star.
# Your Say
Poll: Should the Ennis 1 be saved?
A cow who went on the rampage and knocked over a garda faces a death sentence. Should she get a reprieve?
# Finance Bill
Reprieve for government as Finance Bill scrapes through
The government bags a crucial victory on the Finance Bill after independents offer support in exchange for big amendments.
# Finance Bill
Lowry and Healy-Rae likely to back Finance Bill
# Diplomacy
Israel enraged by Irish upgrade for Palestinian envoy
Ireland gives the Palestinian delegation the status of ‘mission’ – a move blasted by Israel as a symptom of its “bias”.
# Aer Lingus
Aer Lingus cancels 14 flights over cabin crew dispute
Passengers hoping to travel with Aer Lingus today have been warned of disruptions after the airline cancels 14 flights.
# Property Porn
Revealed: Rupert Murdoch's secret hideaways (Photos)
Property Envy Alert: the media tycoon’s property portfolio.
# Middle East
Violent clashes continue in Egypt as protests sweep through Middle East
Protests continue in Egypt following yesterday’s deaths, as demonstrators demand an end to repression and governmental corruption. Meanwhile in Tunisia, the interim government has said it will bow to the will of the people and reshuffle the cabinet today.
# Bomb Alert
Hundreds of homes evacuated in major Belfast bomb alert
Children’s home also has to be cleared out after dissident republicans claim they left “unstable” device on Antrim Road.
# GE11
McConville daughter opts not to contest Louth election
Helen McKendry, the eldest child of IRA victim Jean McConville, says she won’t be challenging Gerry Adams in Louth.
# Road Deaths
Three people die in crashes in one day
Meanwhile, a man who was injured in a crash on Monday has died in hospital.
# Dying Dáil
Independents could kill Finance Bill over banker tax
Lowry, McGrath and Healy-Rae want the 90% tax to be included in the Finance Bill – in a race against time for FF.
# Michaela
Michaela McAreavey suspects in court today
Five men charged in connection with the murder of Michaela McAreavey will appear in court in Mauritius today.
# FF Leadership
Fianna Fáil leadership ballot: Who supports whom?
Our full list of the Fianna Fáil TDs, and who they’ve said they’re backing in this afternoon’s FF leadership ballot.
# FF Leadership
Extra TD to vote in FF leadership ballot after Jimmy Devins rejoins party
With Devins being re-admitted to the Fianna Fáil parliamentary party, the total number of TDs eligible to vote now stands at 72.
# Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson's doctor pleads not guilty to involuntary manslaughter
Dr Conrad Murray told pretrial judge that he is an “innocent man” and pleaded not guilty to the star’s death.
# Monaghan
Man in court over fatal Monaghan crash at Christmas
Three people, including a pregnant woman, were killed in the crash near Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan, on 27 December 2010.
# Middle East
Protesters flood the streets in Tunisia, Egypt and Lebanon
The fallout out from Tunisia’s Jasmine revolution continues: protesters have taken to the streets across Tunisia, Egypt and Lebanon in calls for political reform.
# Damages
Boy receives interim award of €1.3m for injuries at birth
Four-year-old child suffers from cerebral palsy and will require 24-hour care for the rest of his life.
# Roads
Female pedestrians killed in Cork and Waterford
Gardaí seek witnesses to separate incidents in which two women were struck by vehicles and killed this evening.
# US
Rahm Emanuel back on Chicago mayor ballot
Obama’s former chief of staff hasn’t been beaten yet…
# Gerry Adams
Has Gerry Adams really resigned from Westminster?
The Office of the Speaker of the House of Commons says ‘no’. Westminster rules state Adams must apply for a job with the Crown before resignation is recognised.
# Australia
Three charged over Christmas Island boat disaster
Three men have been charged with smuggling a group of Iranian, Iraqi and Kurdish refugees to Australia aboard boat which capsized, drowning an estimated 50 people.
# Michael Lowry
Michael Lowry and the Finance Bill: his statement in full
The full text of Michael Lowry’s statement on his opposition to the Finance Bill, which may now fail to survive the Dáil.
# Finance Bill
Finance Bill may fall after Lowry refuses to support
Michael Lowry says he can’t back the Finance Bill “in its current format” – meaning the Bill could fall tomorrow.
# Derry
Two arrested in Derry murder inquiry
# Oscars
Oscar nomination for Irish director's debut film
This year’s Oscar award nominations are dominated by The King’s Speech, True Grit and The Social Network.
# GChat
Google Talk? Former chief executive Schmidt considers TV
Eric Schmidt – who only stepped down as Google’s CEO five days ago – is eyeing up a CNN talk show, say reports.
# The A-Team
Kidney transplant: Irish players pitch up in Limerick for squad training
In pictures: Ireland’s rugby stars are put through their paces in Limerick this morning.
# Joan Burton
TD, interrupting: Joan Burton gets trendy after Vincent Browne showdown
Labour TD sets Twitter alight during last night’s testy performance on TV3 current affairs show.
# Argentina
Buenos Aires woman survives 23-storey suicide jump
A young woman jumped from the 23rd floor of a Buenos Aires hotel landed on a taxi below – and survived the impact.
# Eerie Energy
Warm pool with heat from crematorium, says council
A Worcestershire council has hit on a novel way to warm swimmers, save money, and be kind to the environment… although the plan is leaving some local residents uneasy.
# Bailout
Europe auctions €5bn in Irish 'bailout bonds'
A second batch of European bonds is being auctioned off today, with an average interest rate half of what we’ll pay.