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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Murder probe in Ballincollig, tributes to young GAA player and Trump and Kim arrive in Singapore – it’s the evening fix.

NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a roundup of today’s news.

IRELAND

Dingle2018Adventure Race29 Spot the athlete taking part in the annual Dingle Adventure Race Source: Valerie O'Sullivan

INTERNATIONAL

G7 Summit Canada's Justin Trudeau is better friends with South African president Cyril Ramphosa than Donald Trump Source: Jacques Boissinot/PA Images

#DIPLOMACY: Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump arrived in Singapore ahead of their historic summit.

#BREXIT: A major Leave campaigner donor “met with Russian officials” before the Brexit vote.

#GPS: A young woman drowned in Prague while playing a global GPS-based treasure hunt.

PARTING SHOT

The very first Bond girl – Eunice Gayson – died this weekend aged 90.

She debuted in 1962′s Dr No and met Sean Connery’s suave secret agent over a game of cards in the film, saying her name followed by “I admire your luck, Mr…?” You know what comes next.

The Guardian published this obituary today of the woman with a unique place in cinema history.

Eunice Gayson 1928-2018 English Actress Source: United Artists/Zuma/PA Images

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