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Dublin: 10 °C Sunday 18 November, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

US clampdown on migrants, Meath man convicted for raping woman he met on dating app and Ireland second-worst performing EU country for tackling climate change, it’s the Evening Fix.

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


1595 Dublin Graffiti_90547387 A member of the public passing by graffiti in Dublin city centre today Source: Leah Farrell via


UPI 20180509 Source: UPI/PA Images

#US: The UN’s rights chief has condemned the “unconscionable” separation of migrant children from their parents at the US border.

#UK: Three people died after being struck by a train in south London.

#OSAKA: At least three people have been killed and dozens injured following a strong earthquake around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan.


A campaign has been launched in a bid to save Dublin’s murals and street art.

An eight-minute documentary called ‘Grey Area’ has been created in a bid to get people interested in creating more public art in the capital.

Source: SUBSET/YouTube

It was made by Subset, the group describe themselves as ‘a protest project to demonstrate the colour and life art could bring to Dublin streets’.

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