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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

A missing Irishwoman, Bank Holiday bus strikes and O’Devaney Gardens had people talking today.

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


14/04/2015 Dermot Bannon launches Ann Jessica Walsh (5) from Ranelagh looks at a model of Goulding House on the Dargle River at the launch of the RIAI Simon Open Door campaign. Architects nationwide will offer one hour consultations to the public for a donation of €55 every cent of which goes directly to the Simon Communities in Ireland. Source: Mark Stedman


Trident protest The Scrap Trident Coalition today blocked all entrances to the HM Naval Base Clyde, Faslane, which is home to the UK's Trident nuclear weapons system. Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images

#AMERICA: A video emerged of a 73-year-old police reserve shooting a man dead after mistaking his gun for his taser.

#GERMANWINGS: A Germanwings flight from Germany to Italy was evacuated shortly before take-off after authorities received a bomb threat.

#CLINT-IN: The reaction to Hillary Clinton’s announcement that she wants to be President of America continued, with one opponent calling her “a leader from yesterday”.



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