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Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everyone’s talking about Stephanie Meehan of Priory Hall, murder charge in Mayo, and the Roma child removed from her family in Tallaght.

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

imageGardaí leave the former home of bankrupt property developer Thomas McFeely earlier this year after finding €200,000 in cash at the property. (Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)

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imagePolice officers assemble outside a building at Harvard University to investigate the bomb threat. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds).

#APPEAL: The United Nations has announced its biggest ever appeal as it seeks to raise €4.7 billion for humanitarian aid to Syria. [BBC]

#HORSEMEAT: 21 people have been arrested in France as part of an investigation into claims that horsemeat designed to be used for pharmaceutical products ended up in the food chain.

#EVACUATION: Harvard University has reopened four buildings following a bomb threat earlier today.

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Tis the season to send Christmas cards – but sending a good card can be a minefield. Do you write a generic message or a personalised one? How much should you pay? Can you send a religious card to an atheist? BBC Magazine has gone through the 10 most common Christmas card-related dilemmas for anyone who has ever spent time thinking about this stuff. [BBC]

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