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Here's what happened today: Sunday

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

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

IRELAND

ALONE 'Share Your Warmth' 06 Ukrainian Crisis Centre volunteers Liudmyla Kopiika, Irina Cheveshchuk, Anna Cheveshchuk (age 12 years), Hanna Sokolova, Mariia Sokolova (age 7 years) and Nataliia Prokopovych decorating christmas trees as part of ALONE's 'Share Your Warmth' campaign JUSTIN FARRELLY JUSTIN FARRELLY

INTERNATIONAL

embeddedc6e5eafea50241b8b4a06fba706a7d90 Israeli soldiers patrol as smoke rises from the Gaza Strip. Leo Correa / AP Leo Correa / AP / AP

#GAZA Mediation efforts to secure a new Gaza ceasefire continued despite ongoing Israeli bombardment that is “narrowing the window” for a successful outcome, Qatar’s prime minister said.

#COP28 The president of the UN’s COP28 climate talks urged negotiators to compromise, warning “failure is not an option” as efforts to reach a deal on phasing out fossil fuels met resistance from top oil exporter Saudi Arabia.

#ARGENTINA Right-wing economist Javier Milei was today sworn in as Argentina’s president.

#LONDON A woman was charged with four counts of manslaughter after a fire which killed two sets of twin brothers in south London in 2021.

#DIANA A judge ordered the BBC to release a large number of emails surrounding Martin Bashir’s controversial interview with Diana, Princess of Wales.

PARTING SHOT

download (2) Taylor Swift performing during her Eras Tour in Argentina. Alamay Stock Photo Alamay Stock Photo

Sunday is a day of rest, and as it draws to a close you may be in the mood for a quiet corner and a comfy chair.

We’ve hand-picked the week’s best reads for you to savour, including Time Magazine’s interview with their Person of the Year Taylor Swift and the secret world of crisp flavours.