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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Suspect admits to being ‘man in the hat’ at Brussels airport, and FF-FG talks scheduled for next week.

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


2016 IFTA Irish Film and Drama awards Liam Neeson arrives ahead of the IFTAs tonight at the Mansion House in Dublin, where he will be given a lifetime achievement award. Source: Niall Carson



#ATTACKS: Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini was charged with “terrorist murders” and confessed he was the man in the hat (above) seen with the suicide bombers at Brussels airport.

#TURKEY: The US Embassy in Turkey warned ofcredible threats” to tourist areas in Istanbul and the resort city of Antalya.

#LONDON: Protesters in London called for David Cameron to go, as he admitted he had mishandled the Panama Papers controversy.



Bruce Springsteen’s in the news this weekend, following his decision to cancel a gig in North Carolina in protest at a new state law that targets transgender people.

As good a reason as any to delve into the Boss’s archives…

Source: BruceSpringsteenVEVO/YouTube

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