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Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Debris from missing aircraft found in Antrim, a homeless couple camped outside the Regency Hotel and separate appeals for two missing 17-year-olds.
Jun 10th 2016, 9:09 PM 10,571 0

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


lauren-and-aiden2 Aiden O'Connor and Lauren Rice who said they were evicted from the Regency Hotel. Source: Irish Housing Network

  • Debris from an aircraft missing since yesterday was found off the coast of Antrim.
  • homeless couple said they camped outside the Regency Hotel last night after being evicted from their room.
  • There was an appeal for missing 17-year-old Yasmin O’Keefe in Navan.
  • There was an appeal for missing 17-year-old Morgan Ryan in Limerick.
  • A 69-year-old motorcyclist was killed after his bike hit a pole in Laois.
  • Swimming notices were lifted from six Dublin beaches.
  • A couple who kept their child out of school for four years were fined €1,000.
  • Middle ranking gardaí said they won’t implement a new modernisation programme until a conclusion is reached on pay levels.
  • Gardaí are investigating the death of a dog who was reportedly left in a car at Bloom festival last week.
  • Buskers Bar in Temple Bar are investigating claims of racism against students.
  • Iarnród Éireann said there were 89 incidences in which a vehicle, person or property was struck by a train or barrier at level crossings in 2015.


Muhammad Ali Memorial Thousands of people have lined the streets of Louisville to bid farewell to boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Source: Jeff Roberson

#FRANCE: The Euros kicked off tonight, and already French police have had trouble with English supporters.

#AMERICA: A mother in California was reunited with her abducted son 21 years after he went missing.

#SPAIN: Manchester United and Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea denies allegations after he was implicated in a sex scandal.

#AMERICA: Gawker Media filed for bankruptcy today following the Hulk Hogan judgement, and has already been bought out.

#JAPAN: A naked restaurant in Japan is banning overweight people from eating there.



US president Barack Obama appeared on Jimmy Fallon last night to slow jam the news. Will Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump do the same?

Source: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon/YouTube

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