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Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

The Fennelly report, the migrant crisis and a €3.7 million AIB error had people talking…

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

Callinan appears before committee Former Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan arrives at Leinster House to appear before the Dail Public Accounts Committee over the penalty points controversy in 2014. Source: Brian Lawless/PA

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Bob the builder Joshua-Joe Ingram, five, Shayla McCormack, four, Brogan Kenwood-Maffia, four and Ramsay Robertson, six, peer over the edge of a 3D artwork unveiled to launch the new Bob the Builder, on London's Southbank. Source: David Parry/PA

#YEAR OF MERCY: The Pope told priests they can grant forgiveness to women who have abortions.

#CHICAGO: Police are hunting for three suspects after an officer was shot dead.

#BUDAPEST: The main train station was evacuated as migrants attempted to board trains to Austria and Germany.

#SYDNEY: The man who raped and murdered Jill Meagher is fighting to have his jail time cut.

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This cool dad has been delighting his son’s friends by drawing incredible pictures on his lunch bags.

Source: lunchees via Instagram

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