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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Theresa May says there will be no Irish Sea border, and a bump in government satisfaction rating.

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Colour Dash 003 The Irish Cancer Society’s Colour Dash sponsored by Aldi at the Phoenix Park. Source: Andres Poveda


Germany v Mexico - FIFA World Cup 2018 - Group F - Luzhniki Stadium Fans celebrate after Mexico score against World Cup champions Germany, in the first shock result of the World Cup. Source: EMPICS Sport/PA Images

#UNITED STATES: Twenty two people were injured after two gunmen opened fire on crowds at an all-night arts festival in New Jersey.

#TAXI: The suspect in a taxi crash near Red Square that injured two Mexicans and other pedestrians told interrogators that he fell asleep at the wheel.

#MY MACEDONIA: Greece and Macedonia signed a preliminary accord to rename the small Balkan state the Republic of North Macedonia, ending a dispute dating to 1991.


Music-industry power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z have set a new standard for music video venues. The video to their new song ‘Apeshit’ is set in the Louvre Museum and shows the superstar singers draped in extravagant clothing standing dangerously close to famous artworks – including the Mona Lisa.

It’s a stunning video, and raises an interesting debate about ethnic diversity in the art and music industries. You can watch the video here (the sound is optional, to be honest).

Source: Beyoncé/YouTube

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