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Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

A possible garda strike, sanctions on Irish boxers, and sending people to Mars – here are the big news stories of the day.

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

28/09/2016. Launch of the Irish music bill. Pictur Launch of the Irish music bill. Pictured (Ltor) singer/song writers Phil Coulter and John Sheahan joined musicians to play irish music outside Leinster House this afternoon before going to Leinster House to support a Labour Irish music bill. Source: Sam Boal

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download (25) A man reads a newspaper carrying the headline in Spanish Agreement Signing in Cartagena, Colombia, Tuesday, 27 September, 2016, the day after the government signed a peace agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, to end over 50 years of conflict. Source: AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos

#ALEPPO: Airstrikes by pro-Syrian government forces destroyed two of the city’s biggest hospitals, as doctors say they are overwhelmed and the death toll rises [Guardian]

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#SOUTH CAROLINA: Two students and one teacher were wounded in a school shooting - a teenage suspect has been taken into custody.

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  • SpaceX chief Elon Musk wants to establish a Mars colony by sending 100 humans at a time on massive spacecraft, possibly costing as low as $100,000 per person.
  • This article takes a look at the backbone of Amazon – its reviewers – and if the system of fair and unbiased reviews is as transparent as it seems [Guardian]

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