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Heres What Happened Today Sunday

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first_imgWORLD#NAZIS: Nearly 1,500 paintings stolen by the Nazis, including works by Picasso and Matisse, have been discovered in a Munich flat, according to reports in Germany.#LOS ANGELES: The gunman who allegedly killed a security officer at LAX on Friday was charged and allegedly planned to kill ‘multiple’ agents.#PAKISTAN: The Taliban in Pakistan named an interim leader.#NAZIS: eBay apologised for allowing Holocaust memorabilia to be listed on its website.INNOVATIONHow does a parent keep an eye on their young child if they wander off in the supermarket or on the playground. Rather than get them a phone, new technology such as voice watches and sensor devices help keep the young ‘uns close-by. [New York Times]One wouldn’t have thought that North Korea’s version of he iPad would be particularly good but Rudiger Frank got more than he expected when he bought a Samjiyon SA-70. Catchy name, huh? [Quartz]An app which pays you every time your phone rings? Too good to be true, right? Maybe not.PARTING SHOTThere was a partial solar eclipse visible in parts of America, Africa and Europe today but no sign of it here in Ireland. You should still check out some of the amazing pictures and video here.Here’s What Happened Yesterday> NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a roundup of today’s news.A woman watches waves crashing and seagulls soaring over the sea wall of Newhaven Harbour from West Beach in England. Pic: Chris Ison/PAIRISHA murder investigation was launched in Meath after the remains of Christopher Gaffney were recovered yesterday.Two men were injured in an early morning shooting in Ballymun, north Dublin.Government ministers admitted some confusion around the property tax but insisted no one need pay this year.A young Irish man died suddenly in Las Vegas.A woman was hospitalised after a hit-and-run in Cork.The Constitutional Convention decided that the offence of blasphemy should be replaced in the Constitution.Enda Kenny is being “seriously talked about” for a top EU job.Ireland’s Digital Champion told us that the unemployment figures are unacceptable.John Murray is returning to his regular slot on RTÉ Radio 1 tomorrow.Sligo Rovers triumphed over Drogheda United in a dramatic FAI Cup Final.last_img

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