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#1 Missing: 37-year-old Hayrush Rama missing from his home in Rathmines, Dublin.

The man has been missing since last Monday morning.

He is described as five foot seven, dark hair, and a dark brown complexion. When last seen, he was wearing a green puffy jacket, dark jeans, and blue Adidas runners.

#2 Islamic State: British MPs overwhelmingly vote in support of airstrikes against jihadist organization.

The motion was passed in Parliament by a huge margin, 524 votes in favor to 43 against. The decision effectively means that British jets will soon join the US-led military coalition against IS and begin tactical operations.

#3 Charleville: O’Driscoll family plead with the council to have their house demolished, so a new property can be built.

The O’Driscoll’s three sons died on September 4 last in a horrific murder-suicide that shocked the country. The parents now wish to have their house demolished so a new home can be built on the site.

#4 Cocaine bust: Three British nationals remanded in custody after massive 80m cocaine bust.

The huge seizure was made by armed Gardai and Customs Officers on Sept. 23 last. The haul of illegal drugs was found on board a yacht about 220 miles off the Cork coast.

All three were granted legal aid and will appear in court again on October 2.

#5 Ashya King: The NHS will pay for the 5-year-old proton-beam treatment in the Czech Republic.

The child is now in Prague and will soon receive radiotherapy to fight his brain tumour. The NHS have released a statement saying ‘We join in wishing him well and hope he makes a full recovery.”

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