Man charged over Dublin hurley stick 'road rage' death

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A man has appeared in court accused of assaulting a County Durham man who died days after an apparent road rage attack in Dublin.

Raymond Bates, 49, of Peterlee, died in hospital on 1 October four days after allegedly being beaten with a hurley stick.

Karl Donohoe, 29, of Fisherman's Wharf, Ringsend, south Dublin, was charged with assault causing serious harm.

He appeared in court in Dublin and was remanded in custody for a week.

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