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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made the news today.

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

IRELAND

18th-january-2020-marlay-park-rathfarnham-dun-laoghaire-rathdown-sports-partnership-hosted-the-countys-operation-transformation-4k-walk-in-marlay-park-as-part-of-the-national-initiative Operation Transformation 4K Walk in Marlay Park as part of the national initiative to get as many as possible to participate in healthy activity. Source: Peter Cavanagh

WORLD

guatemala-central-america-migrants A migrant girl looks at Mexican National Guardsmen at the border crossing between Guatemala and Mexico. Source: Marco Ugarte via PA

#UK: Harry and Meghan will drop their royal titles from their names as they pursue a private life, a statement from the British Royal family has said.

#PANAMA: The nation sent police reinforcements to a remote indigenous village where locals have been left “terrorised” by the alleged religious sacrifice of six children and a pregnant woman.

#FRANCE: French police fired tear gas under a rain of projectiles and arrested several people Saturday as thousands of “yellow vest” anti-government protesters returned to the streets of Paris.

PARTING SHOT

Last year, Donald Trump officially announced his Space Force at an army base near Washington – a new branch of the US military. 

On the force’s official Twitter page, the official uniform for the military was unveiled – much to the derision of many. 

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One person was quick to point out: “Camoflauge….in space?”

Judge for yourself. 

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