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Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Dublin’s new mayor, the passing of a Ros na Rún actor and a new political grouping had people talking today.

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

IRELAND

ICS Colour Dash 11 (1) Participants at the Irish Cancer Society's third annual Colour Dash. Source: Andres Poveda

INTERNATIONAL

Bosnia Srebrenica Anniversary Bosnian Muslims holding up a banner reading For every killed Serb, we will kill 100 Bosniaks during a visit of the Serbian Prime Minister Source: Associated Press

#SERBIA: The country was today marking the twentieth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre. 

#UNITED STATES: Harrison Ford has appeared in public for the first time since being injured in a plane crash in March. 

#VATICAN: A former Vatican official has had to go into hospital with a “sudden illness” ahead of his trial on charges of sexually abusing teenage boys. 

INNOVATION

  • The embattled CEO of Reddit Ellen Pao has stepped down from her position, saying in a statement, “I have a family, and I have feelings. Everyone you attacked on Reddit is just another person like you and me”. 

PARTING SHOT

With the most recent instalment of the Terminator franchise currently in cinemas, here is exactly how the chronology of the films plays out. [Geek.com]

To catch up on the top five stories YOU were clicking into on TheJournal.ie and DailyEdge‘s social media feeds this week, catch up with our deputy editor Christine Bohan on RTÉ Radio One Extra’s The Feed. Listen to the show here.

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