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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

An ongoing investigation into the disappearance of a man in 2004, David Hall on charity regulation, and 80 people killed in Kabul bombing.

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CMK 23072016 Feile Failte_Banna Strand0004 Dancers from Butterflies and Bones at Féile Fáilte, a day-long celebration of dance on Banna Strand, Co Kerry. Source: Clare Keogh


germany A woman lights a candle beside a sign painted in the colours of the German flag at the Olympia shopping centre in Munich, where nine people were shot dead. The sign reads: 'Why?' Source: Jens Meyer/AP/Press Association Images

#MUNICH: Police in Germany said David Ali Sonboly, the teenager who killed nine people at a shopping centre in Munich yesterday, was was a “shy video game fan” with “obvious links” to Anders Breivik.

#AFGHANISTAN: At least 80 people were killed and over 230 wounded in Kabul when a suicide bomber detonated his explosives-packed clothing among a large crowd of demonstrators.

#FRANCE: At least 15 people were injured, including two critically, after a bus carrying Welsh teenagers crashed in France.

#MALAYSIA: The pilot who flew missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which is believed to have gone off route and crashed in the Indian Ocean, conducted a simulation of a similar path just weeks prior, New York magazine has reported.



Cork Pride Festival kicks off tomorrow, and city hall has lit up to honour the occasion.

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Cork Pride told DailyEdge.ie that Cork City Council has been “very supportive” of the fesitval.

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