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Here’s What Happened Today: Friday

Everyone’s talking about Lucinda Creighton, drownings and a train crash in Paris.

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

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WORLD

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#FRANCE: Six people have been killed after a train derailed near a Paris suburb. [AFP]

#SNOWDEN: US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden met with human rights groups at Moscow airport. [BBC]

#ENGLAND: A plane caught fire on the runway at London Heathrow Airport. [Reuters]

INNOVATION

Twitter has disclosed the authors of anti-Semitic tweets in France to the authorities. [The Verge]

A student from Finglas is hoping to become the first Irish man in space.

PARTING SHOT

This video report by The Guardian follows a young boy working in sugarcane fields in Cambodia, where an EU supplier is accused of using child labour and being involved in taking land from local farmers.

Here’s What Happened Yesterday…>

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