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first_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Rónán Duffy Get our daily news round up: 15,278 Views Thursday 30 Mar 2017, 9:10 PM Share2 Tweet Email Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday Helicopter crash site found, Disclosures Tribunal begins and Ian Bailey arrested. Musicians from Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge perform a recently rediscovered 500-year-old Easter carol at Battle Abbey in East Sussex. Source: PA Wire/PA Images#CYCLONE DEBBIE: Torrential rain is hampering relief efforts after a powerful cyclone wreaked havoc in northeast Australia.#NORTH KOREA: The body of Kim Jong-Nam will be sent to North Korea and nine Malaysians in Pyongyang will be allowed to leave.#TRUMP BLOW: The US federal judge who halted President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban has extended the block.PARTING SHOT Source: Facebook/TheStoneTwinsAn Post, have released a series of Irish stamps commemorating emoji. The stamps were designed by The Stone Twins, two Irish brothers now based in Amsterdam. Short URL No Comments NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Kerry Comic Con is coming to the INEC, Killarney this weekend. Source: Valerie O’SullivanA Dublin-born woman is believed to be among the five dead following a helicopter crash in Wales.Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan appeared before the Oireachtas Justice Committee.The Disclosures Tribunal into alleged smear campaigns against garda whistleblowers began in Dublin.Ian Bailey was arrested on foot of a European Arrest Warrant.The funeral of Rescue 116 crash victim Captain Mark Duffy took place in Co Louth.The Vatican has confirmed Pope Francis’ plan to visit Ireland.Danielle McLaughlin, the Irishwoman murdered in India earlier this month, was laid to rest in Buncrana.The DPP has expressed concern about the upcoming trial of water protesters for the alleged false imprisonment of Joan Burton.A rapist who poses ‘an indefinite danger to women’ was jailed for 18 months after a sexual assault in the Dart.Gardaí have appealed for assistance after a man’s body was found on Bray beach.A woman who banged her knee sitting down at restaurant table was awarded damages of €20,000.WORLD http://jrnl.ie/3315988 Mar 30th 2017, 9:10 PM last_img read more