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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

A twist in an Irish nanny’s murder case, a shocking report on a special care unit and violent protests in Ukraine…

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

Nanny Baby Death Irish woman Aisling Brady McCarthy leaving court in May with her attorney. Source: Charles Krupa/APPress



Police officers give a medical aid to a colleague injured after a grenade blast during a clash between protesters and police in Kiev. Source: Vladimir Donsov/AP/PA

#UKRAINE: A man has been killed and over 100 injured in violent protests outside the parliament.

#SPAIN: Five people died in an explosion at a fireworks factory.

#THE BEL TEMPLE: Islamic State blew up another ancient temple.


  • Two million people could have better lives because of this Dublin company‘s breakthrough.
  • Facebook announced a new tool to tackle video theft. [BBC]


It would be really annoying if people spoke in real life like they do on Facebook and this video by comedian Jason Horton is here to remind us.

Source: jasonhorton/YouTube

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