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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Everyone’s talking about Gaza, symphysiotomy patients and the end of the Garth saga.

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


Music Garth Brooks Source: Mark Humphrey via Press Association Images


Mideast Israel Palestinians Source: Associated Press

#GAZA: Today marks one week since the air strikes on the Gaza Strip started. Israel is using a ‘knock on the roof’ bomb warning technique that has been condemned by Amnesty International, this footage shows a civilian home being destroyed. 

#INDIA: A court has suspended the death sentences of two men convicted of the deadly gang-rape of a student in New Delhi.

#BRITAIN: The Church of England has voted to allow women to become bishops.

#AUSTRALIA: A campervan firm has caused outrage with a ‘little slut’ slogan on the outside of its van.


  • Here’s why you shouldn’t be worried about shark attacks. [].
  • Thought that a glass of vino a day was good for you? Scientist are now saying that advice may be flawed. [].

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Some never before seen photos of celebrities, including Marilyn Monroe, will be put on display in Poland this coming September. [BBC]

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