A man was allegedly stabbed in the neck following a row at a Dublin halting site.
Gardai are investigating the incident, which took place in Kimmage Manor in Terenure – which is home to several settled Traveller families.
Gardai believe two men, who are members of the same family, were involved in a row yesterday morning.
One suffered neck injuries and may have been stabbed with a sharp object. He was brought to St James's Hospital but is understood to have been discharged last night.
A source said the incident took place following a "fracas" involving two members of the same family. No arrests were made.
YOUTH KILLED IN LAND MINE BLAST
POLICE say a youth died and four were injured after they accidentally set off a land mine while playing in Bosnia.
The explosion happened in Hadzici, a suburb of the city of Sarajevo.
Biljana Jandric, a spokesman for the Sarajevo Kosevo hospital, said that the teenage boys' injuries included damage to their abdomens, eyes and arms.
Bosnia's 1992-95 war left the country filled with buried land mines.
Since the conflict ended, they have killed more than 600 people.
PRINCE PHILIP LEAVES HOSPITAL
The Duke of Edinburgh left hospital today, 11 days after he was admitted for exploratory abdominal surgery.
Philip looked relaxed as he walked from the London Clinic clutching a large book. Buckingham Palace said the Duke was in "good spirits" this morning and he said goodbye to senior staff from the hospital before walking towards a waiting vehicle.
KIDS TRAPPED IN THEME PARK RIDE
SCORES of people including children have been rescued after being stranded on a theme park ride.
Emergency services were called to Chessington World of Adventures in Surrey, England, shortly after 5pm – by which time those on board the Rameses Revenge ride had already spent an hour 20ft (6m) in the air.
Around 40 people were trapped on board the ride after a fault.