Heres What Happened Today Monday

first_img By Gráinne Ní Aodha Here’s What Happened Today: Monday Abortion, the DUP and Theresa May’s next move had people talking today. No Comments Three teenagers were taken to hospital following a shooting in north DublinA young girl who was seeking an abortion was instead detained in a psychiatric unit under the Mental Health Act at the end of last yearHuman remains which were found close to the site of where the torso of a man was discovered are believed to be of the same personThe charges against one of seven men on trial for falsely imprisoning Joan Burton and her adviser at an anti-water charges protest have been droppedTicketmaster is considering using software to look at people’s social media to identify if they’re a genuine fan before allowing them to buy a ticket.Older people are overpaying €1,000 for health insurance because they’re ‘too afraid to switch’, a new report has foundAslan frontman Christy Dignam dismissed reports that his cancer has returned as a “load of garbage”, contradicting quotes he had earlier givenHalf of adults own a bike but fewer than one in ten cycle every dayArtists and writers will find it a lot easier to access social welfare payments under a new government pilot scheme launched todayWORLD There’s strong opposition to the Conservative party’s prospective alliance with the DUP. Source: SIPA USA/PA Images#LEAVE IT WITH ME: Theresa May faced her new Cabinet for the first time this evening, as talks begin with the DUP on forming a UK government.#BANNED: The block on President Donald Trump’s travel ban was maintained by the US Court of Appeals.#ANTI-PUTIN: Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was detained while heading to a protest in Moscow, as thousands of his supporters rallied across the country.PARTING SHOTThere are a lot of technological developments to be excited about, but this one is special in how simple it is and how widespread it could become.Some very clever engineers are using thick paint as a replacement for wires – that means drawing lines from a 2D switch, to the device itself.Here’s Mashable’s video on how it works. 9,349 Views Wires just cause trouble… paint on your electrical wires from now on— Mashable (@mashable) June 12, 2017 Share1 Tweet Email1 Monday 12 Jun 2017, 9:08 PMcenter_img Get our daily news round up: NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND A portrait of Henry Shefflin by Gerry Davis, was unveiled in the National Gallery of Ireland today. Source: Source: Mashable/Twitter Comments have been closed as one of the entries relates to an ongoing court case. Jun 12th 2017, 9:08 PM Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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