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Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s been talking about the death of toddler Mikaeel Kular in Scotland and the fallout from the CRC revelations…

Updated at 8.41pm

NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news…


[Image: Photocall Ireland]




Tributes are left at Ferry Gait Crescent in Edinburgh [Image: : Danny Lawson/PA Wire]

#SCOTLAND: The mother of 3-year-old Mikaeel Kular is being questioned by police after the toddler’s body was found in Fife

#MIDDLE EAST: The deeply divided Syrian opposition has agreed to enter renewed peace talks next week

#CAR: Fresh fighting has broken out in the Central African Republic

#INDIA: The autopsy of the body of an Indian minister’s wife has shown she suffered an “unnatural death”


  • Google has confirmed it’s testing a “smart contact lens” that may help people with diabetes [BBC]
  • What’s the deal with 3D printing — and how long before I have a printer in my house? takes a look…
  • And, ever wondered what lurks in Facebook’s ‘other’ inbox? Click, if you dare…


So, this is terrifying…


…and it’s meant to be.

French child advocacy group Innocence en Danger has created a series of posters featuring human emoticons with the aim of highlighting the dangers posed by internet predators.

First posted at 7pm.

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