Heres What Happened Today Thursday

first_imgIrish scientists in Trinity have made another ‘world-first‘ breakthrough. []  The body of a 13-year-old boy has been recovered in Drogheda after he drowned while swimming with friends.  The United Nations has told Ireland to change its abortion legislation to include exemptions for rape, incest and fatal foetal abnormalities. However the Government has played down the suggestion.  A displaced Palestinian girl who lost her relative in an Israeli airstrike at a U.N school cries at Beit Hanoun hospital in the northern Gaza Strip. Source: AP/Press Association Images#GAZA: An Israeli shell has hit a UN school – killing 15 people.#AIR ALGERIE: A missing flight carrying 116 people lost contact around 50 minutes after take off. There are reports that the plane crashed.#UKRAINE: The country’s Prime Minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, has resigned.INNOVATION  A study has reported that one in 40 Dubliners are millionaires, making our capital 13th in the list of the top 20 millionaire-rich cities. The BMW that rammed the Garda car in Portlaoise yesterday was previously spotted all over Ireland. NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Source: Sam Boal via Photocall Irelandcenter_img INTERNATIONAL  PARTING SHOT How long do you think you could manage eating TGI appetizers? Does 14 hours of unlimited mozzarella sticks sound painful or delicious? If it sounds good to start…you might change your mind after reading this. [] The UN also recommended that the State open an investigation into symphysiotomy immediately. The US Air Force have launched two satellites into orbit to spy on other satellites. [] The MacGill Summer School today discussed the causes of young people’s apathy towards politics.last_img

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