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Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

A death threat by an AAA councillor, Rosanna Davison’s new book and a destroyed temple in Syria…

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

25/8/2015 Bad Rainy Weather Dubliners at the Hapenny Bridge endure the heavy rain. Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews,ie



palmyra The Palmyra ruins, which were attacked by Islamic State. Source: Varun Shiv Kapur via Flickr

#FRANCE: A toddler was among three people killed in a shootout at a gypsy camp.

#TERROR: Police say claims by the train attack suspect that he just wanted to rob people are barely credible.

#MISSOURI: A 21-month old baby boy was shot dead.

#SYRIA: Two little girls were treated for chemical attack symptoms.

#PALMYRA: Islamic State released photos of how it blew up the historic temple.

#TOUGH LINE: Britain is planning to jail immigrants who work illegally.



We love a bit of drone footage. Here’s some from the weekend of dolphins racing a boat off Malin Head.

Source: Eye In The Sky/YouTube

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