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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

The London terror attack, the Poolbeg incinerator and the sudden death of a well-known footballer – it’s the Fix

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


99  Women Mini Marathon copy_90514094 Women that part in the 2017 VHI Women’s Mini Marathon in Dublin City Centre. Source: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland


Incident at London Bridge Crowds gather at a vigil in Potters Fields Park, central London, in honour of the London Bridge terror attack victims. Source: Nick Ansell/PA

#USA: Donald Trump criticised London Mayor Sadiq Khan for his comments in the immediate aftermath of the terror attacks.

#FLORIDA: A man who was fired from his job came back two months later and killed five of his co-workers.

#CHINA: Former Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote died at the age of 30 after suffering a heart attack in training.


Paris has always been the holiday spot for couples who fancy a romantic getaway. But now it looks like it’s for the thrill-seekers.

An 800 metre zipline has been set up from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower and those brave enough to use it will reach speeds of up to 90km/h.

You can watch the terrifying video here.

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