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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Seán Quinn’s future earnings, hackers attacking a Pentagon Twitter account and a snow forecast for Ireland all had people talking today.

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

Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland



A Fox News commentator came under fire after saying non-Muslims don't step foot in Birmingham. Source: Supercross 2015

#JE SUIS CHARLIE: The poignant cover of the “survivors’ edition” of Charlie Hebdo was released.

#UNITED STATES: Hackers claiming to be ISIS sympathisers broke into a Pentagon Twitter account and shared personal details of army personnel.

#FRANCE: There have been more than 50 anti-Muslim incidents across the country since the Charlie Hebdo shootings.

#BOKO HARAM: Survivors of attacks have been describing the horrors they witnessed.

#BLUNDER: A Fox News commentator said non-Muslims can’t go to Birmingham and then admitted his comments were inaccurate.



As we mentioned above, there has been a large number of anti-Muslim attacks in France in recent days. Vox has a map showing where each of them took place and the tactics used.

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