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evening fix

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.

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


CRY Ireland-3_90707908 Dublin hurler Ronan Hayes was named an official Ambassador for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) Ireland.


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#TERRORISM: Three days of mourning began in Russia’s southern Republic of Dagestan after 15 officers and four civilians were killed when gunmen launched a series of attacks against churches and synagogues.

#CHILD K: Convicted child murderer Lucy Letby told a British court she is “not the sort of person that kills babies” and she was “not guilty of what I was found guilty of”.

#HAJJ: Saudi Arabia said more than 1,300 people died during the hajj pilgrimage which took place during intense heat, and that most of the deceased did not have official permits.

#GAZA: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would only be willing to agree to a “partial” ceasefire deal that would not end the current conflict in Gaza.


If you heard loud music in Dublin last night, it was probably Rammstein

The German heavy metal band played in Dublin’s RDS last night – and could apparently be heard for miles across the city. 

Dublin City Council’s Air and Noise monitor shows a significant spike in noise measured at 10pm. The monitor shows a peak of 63.77 decibels at 10:15pm – having been only 48.13 decibels at 9:40pm. 

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