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Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Joan Burton resigns as Labour leader, gardaí to march on Leinster House and a murder investigation in the North.

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

10/05/2016.Tyrrelstown Protest. Pictured Tyrrelsto Tyrrelstown protesters who are tenants in dispute with developer and vulture funds protest against eviction outside Leinster House today Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

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download (11) People playing the role of injured shoppers react during an exercise at the Intu Trafford Centre in Trafford, Manchester, to test the emergency response to a major incident. Source: Sean Hansford/PA Wire

#MANCHESTER: Police apologised after a man was shown shouting an Islamic religious phrase during a mock terror attack in a shopping centre in Trafford.

#GERMANY: One man died and three were injured in a knife attack at train station in Grafing, a town about 40km east of Munich, this morning.

#JAPAN: Barack Obama is set to make history by being the first US president to visit Hiroshima since the US dropped an atomic bomb there in 1945.

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download (1) Source: Mark Nolan Inishowen Photography via @mfn1234

Is that a Millennium Falcon? Star Wars crews along the Wild Atlantic Way are working hard to finish the sets in time for filming.

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