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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s talking about Dr Taufiq Al Sattar’s family, our optimistic leaders and Irish people spreading sexual diseases abroad.

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

imageDr Taufiq Al Sattar (left) prays over the coffins of his family in Blanchardstown, Dublin today (Image: Niall Carson/PA).

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#INDIA: Five people were killed as a massive cyclone hit the coast of India, with half a million people evacuated from their homes.

#MALTA: More than 30 people died after a migrant boat off Malta sank.

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#UNITED STATES: The Statue of Liberty, the Grand Canyon and other national landmarks are to reopen temporarily.

INNOVATION

  • Google updated its terms of service so it can include users’ names and photos in web ads. [Telegraph]
  • Facebook is ending the feature that allows users to hide.
  • This is how life would look if the Moon was as close to Earth as the ISS. [Gizmodo]

PARTING SHOT

There are currently 17 prisoners at the US detention camp at Guantánamo Bay on hunger strike. This incredibly powerful and moving animation from The Guardian tells the story of one.

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