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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C
# News Fix
Here’s What Happened Today: Sunday
Everybody’s talking about Ireland pledging more towards the Philippines, the botched armed robbery in Drogheda and the plane crash in Russia.

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

imageA girl walks through the destroyed Our Lady of the Holy Rosary church as mass is delivered at a neighboring construction site in Palo, Philippines. (Wally Santana/PA Images)

IRISH

WORLD

#RUSSIA: A plane has crashed killing at least 50 people.

#ITALY: Mount Etna has erupted in Sicily.

#USA: A severe storm and tornadoes are threatening Midwestern states in the US.

INNOVATION

  • Google has opened up Google labs across the US where consumers can visit temporary installations to try out the latest Google hardware. [Mashable]
  • A mission to Mars is being launched tomorrow that hopes to search for clues about the planet’s missing water. [The Guardian]

PARTING SHOT

Here is Phyliss Radburn (84) revisiting 14 Henrietta St, Dublin, the house where she lived for more than a decade as a child.

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