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Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

An arrest over a Tallaght shooting, government expenditure approved and Hillary Clinton clinches the Democratic nomination – It’s the Fix

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

IRELAND

8/6/2016. Templemore Passing Out Parade. CeeJay Mc Ceejay McArdle was an honorary garda for the day at the Templemore passing out parade Source: Eamonn Farrell

WORLD

11858693_1464794140.539 Four-year-old Killian Gonzalez who is making a full recovery after being 'internally decapitated' after a crash in Idaho Source: Killian and Brandy's Recovery Fund

#FULL RECOVERY A four-year-old boy whose skull was severed from his spine in a car accident in Idaho last month is expected to make a full recovery.

#SUSPENDED  Tennis star Maria Sharapova was given a two-year ban for a failed drug test.

#FIRST LADY Hillary Clinton won California’s Democratic primary which secured enough delegates for her to become the Democratic presidential nominee.

#STANFORD CASE One of the students who stopped the rape of an unconscious woman spoke out about Brock Turner.

INNOVATION

  • Research has found that driving while on the phone with a hands-free device can be as distracting as talking on a hand-held phone.
  • Google has improved one of the forgotten iPhone 6 features, Live Photos, with an app of its own.

PARTING SHOT

If you were out at sea this weekend you might have been lucky enough to see scenes like these.

Peter Sweeney and Lisa Moran caught this view of dolphins off the west and south-west coasts of Ireland – check them out:

Source: Peter Sweeney/YouTube

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