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The Festival of the Fires in Westmeath last night Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
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The Daily Fix: Sunday

Our essential roundup of the day’s big stories – plus any bits and pieces you may have missed.

EVERY EVENING, brings you an essential roundup of the day’s big stories – plus any other bits and pieces you may have missed…

Workers try to splice the shreds of bank notes worth 50,000 yuan (about €6,000) torn up by a woman at a branch of Bank of China in Chengdu, Sichuan. It took six hours for 12 clerks to successfully splice one complete 100-yuan bank note.  (Photo by Nie Wu/ChinaFotoPress)


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