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Here’s what happened today: Tuesday

Today everyone’s been talking about the HSE’s €2.6 million payout, Marie Fleming being asked to provide proof of her illness and why President Higgins’ adviser left her job.

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

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Kevin and Mary Conroy, parents of 12-year-old Roisin, pictured today leaving the High Court in Dublin after successfully suing the HSE over the mismanagement of Roisin’s birth at the Midlands Regional Hospital. (Laura Hutton/Photocall)

IRISH

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Typhoon survivors display their claim stubs as they queue up for relief supplies being distributed by the International Red Cross at an evacuation center in Tacloban city. (PA Images)

WORLD

#BRUSSELS: A man who was sentenced to ten years over the death of eight migrants who were being trafficked to Ireland has been freed on a technicality.

#SCOTLAND: Scotland has set out its legal blueprint for leaving the UK.

#UK: A wolf has escaped from a zoo in Essex.

#GREECE: The World Health Organisation apologised after one of its reports indicated that people in Greece are intentionally infecting themselves with HIV in order to obtain extra benefits.

INNOVATION

  • How do you find life on dying planets? All is explained here. [Space.com]
  • Do you use Whatsapp or maybe Viber? Here is a breakdown of the top three social media messaging apps in use around the globe. [TechCrunch]

PARTING SHOT

Alan Shatter, who has played League Table Tennis for some years with Dundrum Table Tennis Club, showed off his ping pong skills to the Irish troops in Lebanon today.

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