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The Daily Fix: Sunday

Catch up on today’s main news, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed earlier.

A bus burns on the side of a road outside Benghazi today.
A bus burns on the side of a road outside Benghazi today.
Image: AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus

Every evening, TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of the day’s biggest news stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed.

  • Gardaí have launched a murder investigation after a 19-year-old man died from serious injuries in Dublin last night.
  • Meanwhile, gardaí are also investigating the death of a man in Co Monaghan.
  • Japanese officials say problems at the Fukushima plant will not be overcome easily, but there has been progress today in attempts to restore power to the quake-struck plant. Some good news from Japan today: two survivors were rescued from wreckage of their home.
  • After western coalition forces launched missile attacks on Libya yesterday, Italian officials have said that the crew of an Italian ship is being detained in Tripoli, Al Jazeera reports.
  • As Haitians head to the polls for today’s presidential and legislative run-off elections, musician Wyclef Jean is recovering from being shot and slightly injured in Haiti last night.
  • If you happened to miss out on last night’s ‘super moon’, check out our slideshow of super images.
  • And for something a bit different… this video, via Boing Boing, runs through some of the most iconic title designs and fonts used in the history of television and movies:


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