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Masud Khan, BBC World Service journalist, reports that a fire has swept through a clothing factory in Dhaka killing eight people
Victor Perez, Cleveland Chief Assistant Prosecutor, says Ariel Castro will appear in court today charged with four counts of kidnapping and three of rape
Frank Conway, founder of the Irish Financial Review, says an initiative such as this should have happened five years ago
Andrew McLinden, spokesman for Bus Éireann, insists the company must implement cost cutting measures from this Sunday.
Michael Faherty, Secretary General of the NBRU, says one thousand Bus Éireann workers may take strike action this Sunday depending on the outcome of today's ballot.
Joshua Raymond, City Index Group Chief Market Strategist, assesses the impact of Alex Ferguson's retirement on Manchester United's share price
Michael Crick, Channel 4 journalist and author of "The Boss: The Many Sides of Alex Ferguson" on his departure from Man Utd
Mimi Murray, the news editor of Dublin Gazette Newpapers, says thousands of copies of one of their free newspapers were taken from local shops in Lucan in a bid to suppress bad news
RTÉ's Samantha Libreri, visits a Group Water Scheme in Laois to see how locals have coped with water charges.
James Doorley, of the National Youth Council, and Eoghan Corry, journalist, discuss the experiences of the Irish abroad as emigration soars.
RTÉ's Cian McCormack, reports from last night's preview of the new Stark Trek movie at the Lighthouse cinema in Dublin.
Darren Ryan, owner of a boa constrictor snake that has gone missing in Meath, believes it has been stolen
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