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Dublin: 15 °C Monday 10 August, 2020

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Naughteen questioned about his contact with PR agency over proposed media merger involving INM, man arrested in murder investigation and Met Eireann app launches seven-day forecasts for local areas – it’s the Evening Fix.

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


02 Weather pics_90542646 People enjoy the sunshine on Dublin's Georges Street as temperature's rise




#UK: The UK Government has been forced into a climbdown and apologyover threats to deport Caribbean-born citizens who were granted the right to live and work in Britain after the Second World War.

#US: US President Donald Trump has confirmed that his CIA director had met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on a secret visit to Pyongyang, ahead of a planned summit between the two leaders.

#COSBY: Jurors could soon hear Bill Cosby’s explosive testimony about giving quaaludes to women before sex — an old admission that’s taken on new significance at the comedian’s sexual assault retrial after a half-dozen women testified that he drugged and violated them.


During an interview with 60 Minutes Australia, Germaine Greer criticized Meghan Markle’s decision to marry Prince Harry … and Twitter came down on her like a tonne of bricks.

Her attack of Meghan was seen unjustified and non-feminist, as she criticized her clothing choices, insinuated that she was a gold-digger, and used her past relationships as an example of why she was a bad choice for Harry to marry.

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