NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
Gardaí take part in a simulated terror attack in Dublin.
Source: Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews.ie
- Paul Murphy claimed the Taoiseach defamed him
- A west of Ireland syndicate collected their €29 million Euromillions prize
- The Finance Minister defended his shareholding in Diageo
- The Dáil went on its summer holidays
- An Irish woman was killed in an accident in Kenya
- There were reports of long queues at Longitude
- The Charleton Tribunal heard that incompetence, not malice, led to a false allegation of rape against Maurice McCabe
- Gardaí carried out a training exercise for a terror attack
- A man was seriously injured in a hit-and-run in Dublin
This is an image made available by Sarah Cobbold of the scene of an acid attack in London early this morning.
Source: Sarah Cobbold/PA
#LONDON: Two teenage boys have been arrested by police in London after five acid attacks were carried out in just over an hour.
#PARIS: Donald Trump spent Bastille Day in Paris today, watching a marching band play Daft Punk alongside French President Emmanuel Macron.
#ISRAEL: Two Israeli policemen were shot dead at an ultra-sensitive holy site in Jerusalem.
Source: The Guardian/YouTube
How is Ballyhaunis in Mayo coping with the challenge of integrating new residents? Through the GAA, of course. This Guardian documentary paints a wonderful picture of the town and the club.
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