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School Run News: The 5 biggest stories you need to read this morning

Five of the biggest news stories in three minutes.

At Home: Teen brothers sentenced over rape of girl in Wexford

Two brothers have been sentenced after they both raped a teenage girl in Wexford in July 2019.

The 16-year-old brother raped the teenage girl in a field near the holiday resort she was staying at in Co Wexford. He was sentenced to five years detention.

His brother, who was 17 at the time of the rape, has been sentenced to six years in prison.

The victim, who was 17 at the time, was violently attacked and raped by both brothers.

Gardaí seek public's help in finding missing boy in Dublin 12

Gardaí are seeking the public's help in finding missing 14-year-old boy Calvin O' Connor.

The teenager has been missing from his home in Bluebell since September 16th.

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Calvin is described as 5"8, of a slim build with brown, short hair. He was wearing black tracksuit bottoms and a red top at the time of his disappearance.

Gardaí have urged anyone with information to come forward.

Study reveals increase in the number of Irish boys smoking

The Director-General of the Tobacco Free Research Institute has expressed their concerns about the increase in teenage boys smoking in Ireland.

It is believed 16% of teenage boys now smoke in Ireland.

It is understood that e-cigarettes may be leading to a sharp rise in teen smokers.

Travel: America to relax Covid travel rules for fully-vaccinated Irish passengers

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The USA is set to relax Covid travel rules for fully-vaccinated Irish tourists.

Passengers will be able to travel from Ireland to America from November forward.

Passengers will need to have proof that they're fully vaccinated, as well as a negative Covid test before boarding their flight.

Celebrity: Princess Eugenie "so proud" of sister Beatrice as she welcomes first child

Princess Eugenie says she is so proud of her sister Princess Beatrice, who gave birth to her first child over the weekend.

The royal wrote: "To my dearest Beabea and Edo⁣. Congratulations on your new angel. I can't wait to meet her and I'm so proud of you."

"We're going to have so much fun watching our children grow up," she gushed.