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Here’s What Happened Today: Friday

A cyber attack, Paul Murphy, and Zika had people talking today.

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

IRELAND

22/01/2016. Jobstown protesters - Criminal Courts Jobstown protesters at the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin this morning. Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie

WORLD

France Farmers Protest French Farmers block a road near Guingamp, western France. The farmers want more help from the government, saying they cannot pay off their expenses. Source: Associated Press

#FRANCE: A state of emergency will remain in place until the so-called Islamic State group is defeated, the French PM said. [BBC News]

#GREECE: At least 42 migrants died after two boats capsized.

#NORTH KOREA: A US student was arrested over what authorities described as a “hostile act”.

#SOMALIA: At least 19 people died after gunmen attacked a seaside resort.

#TUNISIA: A curfew was imposed after days of unrest. [Al Jazerra]

#UNITED STATES: The east coast was braced for the worst snow storm in decades.

INNOVATION

PARTING SHOT

So, eh, Ice Cube​ and Kevin Hart​ rode around Dublin this morning on a Pedibus.

Source: Today FM/YouTube

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