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Dublin: 3 °C Wednesday 13 November, 2019

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Karen Buckley’s killer, the garda shooting of a republican and Isis wanting to blow up Newgrange.

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

File Photo A Government-appointed commission of investigation into the fatal shooting by garda .Grainne Nic Gib who was the partner of Ronan Mac Lochlainn who was shot dead by gardaí during an attempted security van raid in Wicklow. Source: Joey Cleary/Photocall Ireland



Greece Migrants A man carries a child as migrants and refugees arrive on a dinghy after crossing from Turkey to Lesbos island, Greece. Source: Petros Giannakouris/AP/PA

#UNITED KINGDOM: A human rights group has launched legal action over the drone strike which killed two British Isis fighters. [The Guardian]

#GERMANY: The Syrian father pictured crying with his family in Kos has reached Germany.

#HUNTER: The dentist who killed Cecil the lion returned to work amid angry protests.



The Electric Picnic buzz has died down (though the hangovers may still be lingering) and for anyone suffering festival withdrawal this mosaic of 3,000 Instagram EP photos might briefly bring you back there.

Source: Con O'Donoghue

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