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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s your round-up of what made headlines today.

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


XMAS IS COMING 8L5A0988 People wearing facemask passing a shop in Dublin City centre featuring Christmas signs, as the country wonders what Covid-19 Level restrictions will be in place for the festive season. Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie


trump Trump was spotted playing golf in Virginia as he continues to doubt the veracity of the election results. Source: Manuel Balce Ceneta via PA

#PERU: The head of Peru’s Congress has called for the “immediate resignation” of interim president Manuel Merino after a violent crackdown on protests against his new government left at least three dead. 

#ROMANIA: Ten people died and seven other people were critically injured after a fire at a Romanian intensive care ward where Covid-19 patients were receiving treatment.

#ARMENIA: An opposition leader in Armenia has been arrested and accused of preparing to kill the prime minister, his lawyer said, adding to the political turmoil created by a controversial peace deal with neighbouring Azerbaijan.


CNN news anchor John King captivated audiences across the world during the US election coverage with his in-depth knowledge and his “magic wall” where he broke down the counts county-by-county. 

King said he wants to return to Ireland as a tourist to visit family and retrace his roots.

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Speaking on Sunday with Miriam on RTÉ Radio One, King said that he is eager to come to Ireland to visit relatives and trace his family history when Covid-19 has been alleviated.

cnn-john-king-390x285 King (right) at his magic wall. Source: CNN

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