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Here's what happened today: Tuesday

Ireland V Denmark, Conor McGregor’s apology and plant-based milk had people talking today.

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

Republic of Ireland v Denmark - 2018 FIFA World Cup - Qualifying Play-off - Second Leg - Aviva Stadium Robbie Brady looking dejected during tonight's match.

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INTERNATIONAL

Investitures at Buckingham Palace Mo Farah was awarded a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth in the UK today. Source: PA Wire/PA Images

#AUSTRALIA Australians voted Yes in favour of the country bringing in same-sex marriage laws.

#USA Three people were killed and two children wounded in a shooting at a school in California.

#JAPAN A scandal has broken out after a grand sumo champ was accused of assaulting a rival with a bottle.

#LOUIS CK Comedian Louis CK’s manager has denied trying to cover up his client’s sexual misconduct.

#ACCUSATIONS Another woman has accused Republican candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct.

#LEBANON Here’s our explainer on the baffling resignation of Lebanon’s Prime Minister, and why it is escalating Middle East tensions.

PARTING SHOT

The first hijab-wearing Barbie is here – and here’s a lovely piece about who she’s inspired by, as well as a look at the other real-life women who inspired the latest dolls. [The Guardian]

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