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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Everyone’s been talking about the fallout from yesterday’s action targeting Joan Burton, scuffles at an event attended by the Taoiseach today, and a fatal attack at a rave event.

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

Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland - A woman tries to get past a garda to protest at an event attended by Enda Kenny in Dublin.

Joan Burton hit out at AAA TD Paul Murphy over yesterday’s Jobstown protest.

Meanwhile, video emerged of the Tánaiste being struck by a water balloon. 

Coincidentally, water was off in Jobstown today.

The Taoiseach was also targeted by water protesters in Dublin.

And Ministers pretty much confirmed the water charges scheme.

Elswhere, a man was killed in an overnight attack at a rave event.

2 men were arrested in garda raids targeting dissidents.

Symphysiotomy survivors rejected a Government scheme.

GPs slammed James Reilly as the “worst health minister ever”

And a Government advisor said the 2016 video was “embarrassing unhistorical shit”.

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