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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s talking about the Irish people in Cairo, Michael Dwyer, and Scotland Yard looking at the death of Princess Diana (again).

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

Egyptian security forces escort suppoters of the Muslim Brotherhood out of the al-Fatah mosque and through angry crowds in Cairo today. (AP Photo/Hussein Tallal)

IRELAND

INTERNATIONAL

Life rafts float near a cargo ship after it collided with a passenger ferry in Philippines. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

#EGYPT: Security forces have cleared a Cairo mosque after a stand-off with Muslim Brotherhood supporters barricaded inside [BBC]

#POLICE: Scotland Yard police are assessing new information about the death of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed.

#FERRY DISASTER: 31 people died and 171 are still missing after a ferry in the Philippines collided with a cargo ship.

INNOVATION

  • Microsoft has attacked Google for not letting users watch YouTube videos on the Windows Phone. [BBC]
  • Ubuntu has set a record for the most money raised in a crowdfunding campaign after attracting pledges of more than $10 million to develop a new smartphone. [The Guardian]

PARTING SHOT

When his girlfriend died, cartoonist Anders Nilsen reacted the only way he knew how: by putting together a heartbreaking collection of drawings, letters and photographs documenting their relationship. He speaks about his grief – and humour –  in this interview with The Guardian.

Read: And here is what happened yesterday…

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