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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s been talking about the Irish operation in the Golan Heights, a tragic road crash in Cork, rail talks… and VERY LOUD NOISES.

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

Arts Project Co-ordinator at The LAB Gallery Denise Reddy inspects ‘Patent No. 936104′ during Supernature, an exhibition of sculptural and film work by Linda Shevlin. [Brian Lawless/PA Wire/Press Association Images].

IRELAND

Irish Defence Force training exercise Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

WORLD

#GOLAN HEIGHTS: Irish troops (above) staged a daring rescue operation to evacuate UN personnel from an area where heavy fighting was taking place.

#NEW BOSSES: EU leaders selected a Pole and an Italian to fill two of the Union’s top jobs at a summit in Brussels.

#MISSING BOY: Police hunting for a 5-year-old boy taken from hospital issued a Europe-wide arrest warrant for his parents.

INNOVATION

PARTING SHOT

Seamus Heaney left us exactly a year ago today.

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Two friends, Cian Vaughan and Myles Shelly, sent us this video tribute today — and it’s lovely. Essentially a short companion piece to Heaney’s ‘Postscript’, it was filmed around north Co Clare, where the poem is set.


Source: Cian Vaughan/Vimeo

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