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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

An Taoiseach talks to ‘The Donald’, Alan Shatter wins his appeal, and Siptu threaten strike action – it’s the Evening Fix.

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

IRELAND

shutterstock_325743041 A rhino iguana, a species which was allegedly stolen from a Lucan library last year. Source: Shutterstock/Phongsakorn Supaphan

WORLD

US Presidential election Source: PA Wire/PA Images

#ELECTION HANGOVER: Protesters lit fires in the streets and blocked traffic in response to the shock election, while Donald Trump and Barack Obama discussed the transition of power at the White House.

#LINCOLNSHIRE: Two teenagers have been handed 20-year sentences for committing the “cold, ruthless, and chilling” murders in 2015.

#ENGLAND: A gas leak at a Carlsberg brewery has left one man dead and 22 people requiring hospital treatment, according to police and the Danish company.

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PARTING SHOT

Retailer John Lewis’ Christmas adverts always seem to hit that perfect balance of mass emotional appeal without the clichés – and their latest advertisement released today is no different. Meet Buster the Boxer.

Source: John Lewis/YouTube

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