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Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Ireland’s voting on same-sex marriage had the whole world talking today.

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

Pictured voting for the Referendums on M Labour's John Lyons TD, who is openly gay, with his mother Josie Lyons today at Holy Spirit National School in Ballymun, Dublin. Source: Mark Stedman/PA



Naval Academy Graduation Graduating members of the U.S. Naval Academy throws their covers in the air at the end of the Academy's graduation and commissioning ceremony. Source: Patrick Semansky/PA

#SAUDI ARABIA: Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack on a Shia mosque. [BBC]

#UNITED STATES: The State Department has released nearly 900 pages of emails from the private account of Hillary Clinton. [Washington Post]

#MEXICO: There is a large-scale shootout in an area where drug cartels operate. [ABC]

#NETHERLANDS: The Cabinet approved a partial ban on Islamic veils in public [The Guardian]



You’ve probably been using these emojis all wrong… [Wired]

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