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Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s talking about remains found in Meath, Roy Keane and the property tax deadline.

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

imageGardai search woodland at the Mayne in Clonee, west Dublin. (Niall Carson/PA)

IRISH

imageWorkers preparing to install a statue of Jesus, a 40 foot tall, bronze statue on Mount Sednaya, Syria. (AP Photo)

WORLD

#PAKISTAN: A US drone attack has killed the leader of the Pakistani Taliban.

#LOS ANGELES: Police in the US have begun an investigation in to the motive behind the LAX shooting which left one person dead yesterday.

#MALI: Two french journalists have been killed in Mali.

#SYRIA: Armed groups in Syria held their fire so that a giant bronze statue of Jesus could be erected on top of a mountain.

INNOVATION

  • Want to see what Google’s new office in London looks like, two years before it is schduled to open. [Quartz]
  • Older people are more successful and innovative than younger ones, apparently. [INC.]
  • Ever wanted to watch pee in super-slow motion. Your prayers have been answered. [Sploid]

PARTING SHOT

It was damn windy out there today. Here are some of your best shots you sent in of mother nature flexing her muscles today.

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