Heres What Happened Today Tuesday

first_imgUpdated at 11.12pmNEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…[Image: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland]IRELANDA Church report found there had been just 12 convictions following 870 abuse allegations against Christian BrothersCardinal Brady said he was ‘truly sorry’ to abuse survivorsThere was a shooting incident at a Glasnevin hotelA portrait of a former Cork Lord Mayor who’s been convicted of sexual assault was removed from City HallIt was confirmed the Department of Health will need another €200 millionGardaí appealed for help tracing a missing teenBrendan Howlin said he expected the PAC would get to the bottom of the CRC scandalA woman stabbed in Dublin yesterday was discharged from hospitalTD Peadar Toibín revealed he had been approached by Fianna FáilPoliticians paid their tributes to Nelson Mandela in the DáilA fuel laundering plant was discovered in MeathAnd it looks like Eamon Gilmore has become the first Government minister to take a ‘selfie’ PARTING SHOTPerhaps an unfortunate seating position for George W. Bush…[Image: Matt Dunham/AP/Press Association Images]First posted at 9.03pm WORLD Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and former Irish President Mary Robinson arrive at the  FNB Stadium in Soweto [Image: Ben Curtis/AP/Press Association Images]INTERNATIONAL#SOUTH AFRICA: “He was not a bust made of marble. He was a man made of flesh and blood”: The world paid tribute at the State Memorial Service for Nelson Mandela#US-CUBA: Barack Obama and Raul Castro engaged in a historic handshake#MALI: French troops killed 19 Islamist militants as violence escalated in northern MaliINNOVATIONEver wondered which Irish county has the largest number of Facebook users, by percentage? Well, now we know…Demonstrators in San Francisco blocked a Google staff shuttle today as part of a protest over use of city bus stops [Huffington Post]last_img read more

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