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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Everyone’s been talking about a Bus Éireann whisteblower, John Waters, and wind turbines.

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

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Journalist John Waters’ remarks in an interview with the Sunday Independent sparked widespread discussion today. (Image Credit: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)



Spain Holy Week Penitents of the "La Borriquita" brotherhood take part in a Holy Week procession in Cordoba, southern Spain. Source: AP Photo/Manu Fernandez

#CHILE: Sixteen people died as a huge fire tore through the outskirts of a port city.

#UKRAINE: Two died and nine were wounded in gun battles between Ukrainian special forces and pro-Kremlin militias. A full-scale military operation against the militants is being launched. [BBC News]

#LIBYA: Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani resigned.

#MEXICO: At least 36 people died in a bus crash.

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Witchcraft Source: BristolIG via YouTube

Researches at the University of Bristol have created a device that allows you to view and manipulate virtual 3D images – in 3D. Needless to say, it looks deadly. []

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