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From TheJournal.ie Reeva Steenkamp death: Pistorius back in court for day two of bail hearing Oscar Pistorius

Reeva Steenkamp death: Pistorius back in court for day two of bail hearing

The South African athlete faces an uphill task to be granted bail while he awaits trial for the murder of his girlfriend last Thursday.

From TheJournal.ie Pistorius cancels all future races as he prepares to face murder charge Oscar Pistorius

Pistorius cancels all future races as he prepares to face murder charge

Victim Reeva Steenkamp’s funeral will take place tomorrow, the same day as Pistorius faces a bail hearing. He is charged with her murder.

From TheJournal.ie Bloodied cricket bat found at Pistorius home: report Pistorius

Bloodied cricket bat found at Pistorius home: report

A South African newspaper has quoted police sources it says are close to the investigation.

From TheJournal.ie Pistorius 'numb with shock and grief', says uncle Pistorius

Pistorius 'numb with shock and grief', says uncle

The Olympic athlete’s family is strongly refuting the murder charge against him, saying they have “no doubt” there is “no substance to the allegation”.

From TheJournal.ie Oscar Pistorius arrives in court to face girlfriend murder charges Oscar Pistorius

Oscar Pistorius arrives in court to face girlfriend murder charges

The amputee athlete faces charges of shooting his girlfriend dead at his home in Pretoria, South Africa early yesterday morning.

From The42 Pistorius leaves BBC interview after being called an 'embarrassment' Storming Out This post contains videos

Pistorius leaves BBC interview after being called an 'embarrassment'

Oscar Pistorius walked out of an interview with the BBC after it was suggested he was an ‘inconvenient embarrassment’ to South Africa.