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Emergency services at scene of ‘stabbing near school’ in Dublin city centre

Garda has been defended by an Irish government minister as the country’s Justice Minister warned further “thuggery” on the streets of Dublin “will not be tolerated”.

Minister for Public Expenditure Pascal Donohoe said Ireland’s police faced an unprecedented situation when violent riots broke out across the capital following a knife attack on three children and their care assistant outside Gaelscoil Cholaiste Mhuire primary school on Thursday.

Speaking to the BBC, he acknowledged that law and order were not maintained “in our city centre as we would want and the country would expect” but praised the force’s “exceptional work” in “tough and demanding circumstances”.

Meanwhile, Minister for Justice Helen McEntee said that “those responsible will be brought to justice”.

It comes as the five-year-old girl who was stabbed remains in critical condition at CHI Temple Street, while the children’s care assistant, a woman aged in her 30s, is in a serious but stable condition in The Mater Hospital.

A man, aged in his late 40s, is in a serious but stable condition in a hospital in the Dublin Region. Garda said he remains a “person of interest” in its inquiries as the force continues to investigate the knife attack.


Irish Justice Minister vows further arrests will follow in wake of Dublin riots

Irish Justice Minister Helen McEntee has vowed that further arrests would follow the 34 already made in the wake of the riots in Dublin.

Some 32 people have so far been charged in connection to the disorder that broke out in the capital following a knife attack that left five people injured, including a five-year-old girl who is still fighting for her life.

Fireworks were thrown at police officers in the riots in Dublin on Thursday


Tara Cobham25 November 2023 10:30


Dublin City Centre is ‘open for normal business’, says Garda

Dublin City Centre is “open for normal business”, Garda has said.

An enhanced policing plan was in place on Friday evening, said the force, after the violent riots that erupted in the Irish capital this week.

It comes as shoppers are expected to descend on high streets across the country for Black Friday weekend.

Tara Cobham25 November 2023 09:15


Conor McGregor reacts to Dublin riots after declaring Ireland is ‘at war’

A five-year-old girl was left in critical condition after an attack in Dublin on Thursday (23 November), which led to violent protests in the Irish capital.

Former UFC champion McGregor was quick to criticise the government’s reaction to the stabbing, having already been vocal this week after the sentencing of Jozef Puska, a 33-year-old Slovak who was jailed for life over the murder of 23-year-old Irish woman Ashling Murphy.

Alex Pattle, Combat Sports Correspondent reports:

Tara Cobham25 November 2023 08:31


Irish police trawl through 6,000 hours of CCTV footage in Dublin riots probe

Justice minister Helen McEntee also told colleagues that officers are trawling 6,000 hours of CCTV footage and vowed that further arrests would follow the 34 already made.

Anuj Pant25 November 2023 08:00


Garda have ‘all resources necessary’ to keep people safe following Dublin riots

Ireland’s police force has all the resources necessary to keep people in Dublin safe over the weekend, Justice Minister Helen McEntee has vowed.

Ms McEntee also responded to criticism of the violent scenes in the city centre on Thursday night that saw Garda cars, buses and trams set alight and shops looted and damaged, by insisting she would not resign.

The violence in the Irish capital, which involved far-right elements, flared after a knife attack on three schoolchildren and their care assistant outside a school in the north inner city.

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Holly Evans25 November 2023 07:00


Legislation for police to use body-worn cameras to be fast-tracked

Legislation allowing Garda officers to use body-worn cameras is to be fast-tracked, Irish ministers have been told.

Ministers met on Friday evening to discuss the response to violence which flared in Dublin city centre on Thursday evening.

Justice Minister Helen McEntee told the meeting that Garda are trawling 6,000 hours of CCTV footage and further arrests are certain.

She also briefed that the Recordings Devices Bill will be fast-tracked and enacted in the near future, allowing body-worn cameras to come into use for gardai.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar told ministers he had spoken with the principal of the Gaelscoil Cholaiste Mhuire school, outside which three children and a woman were stabbed on Thursday, as well the manager of the Children’s Place Nursery and Montessori and representatives of the Dublin business community.

Holly Evans25 November 2023 06:00


How the Dublin riots began

The riots that broke out across Dublin city centre on Thursday evening appear to have begun as a heated demonstration at the scene of a tragic incident that took place earlier in the day, Irish police have said.

Three young children and an adult woman and man were all injured in a knife attack outside the Irish-medium primary school Gaelscoil Cholaiste Mhuire on Parnell Square East at approximately 1.30pm on Thursday lunchtime, an incident that immediately made headlines.

Two girls hurt in the attack are currently receiving treatment for serious injuries while a five-year-old boy has already been discharged from hospital. Both adults remain in care and are being treated for serious wounds.

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Holly Evans25 November 2023 05:00


‘Nobody could have anticipated’ Dublin violence, says Ireland police chief

‘Nobody could have anticipated’ Dublin violence, says Ireland police chief

The huge destruction and rioting in Dublin “could not have been anticipated”, Ireland’s police chief has said. Garda Commissioner Drew Harris spoke at a press conference on Friday morning (24 November) after police officers were injured, shops were looted and vehicles set alight during riots the previous evening. The riots followed a stabbing in Parnell Square in which three children and their teacher were injured. A five-year-old girl is in critical condition, a six-year-old girl sustained head injuries and the teacher, a woman, is seriously ill. A boy aged five has minor wounds and has been discharged from hospital.

Holly Evans25 November 2023 04:00


Delivery driver who stopped attacker in Dublin recalls harrowing incident

Delivery driver who stopped attacker in Dublin recalls harrowing incident

A delivery driver who stopped a man attacking a girl in Dublin has said he is praying for her survival. Caio Benicio was on his motorbike working in Parnell Square East on Thursday when he saw what he first thought was a fight. Mr Benicio said he saw the man grab a girl, take out a knife and attack her. He said: “When I saw the knife, I stopped my bike and I just acted by instinct.” He said he took his helmet off and hit the man in the head with it “with all of my power”. “I didn’t even know there was more kids that were (hurt) at that time,” he said. “I thought it was just one girl but afterwards I (found) out there are more people, more kids.”

Holly Evans25 November 2023 03:00


Boris Johnson links Dublin ‘race riots’ to immigration fears

Boris Johnson has labelled the violent scenes in Dublin “race riots”, and suggested that “achingly liberal” countries like Ireland now have concerns about the pace of immigration.

The former UK prime minister used his weekly Daily Mail column to drawn on the disorder in the Irish capital to make the case for the UK to take tougher action to curb net migration.

It comes after the latest data showed a record number of arrivals to the UK last year.

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Holly Evans25 November 2023 02:00

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