Heres What Happened Today Wednesday

first_imgA man is in hospital with a suspected broken arm after being hit by a Luas. A 19-year-old man was stabbed at Dundrum Shopping Centre last night. The ESRI says Dublin is facing a significant housing shortage. PARTING SHOT This map of connections between Twitter accounts shows there is only one major news site that both pro-Israelis and pro-Palestinians read.Originally posted 9:00pm This video shows how nuclear weapons are made. Today is the 69th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing that killed 150,000 people. [TheJournal.ie]  A man in his 80s was killed in a Donegalroad crash. Fleadh Cheoil organisers ‘respectfully’ returned Shell funding after a public outcry.center_img INTERNATIONAL Displaced Palestinian Umm Muhammad Al Attar stands in a classroom of a U.N. school where the family had sought refuge during the war in Gaza City Source: Lefteris Pitarakis/AP/Press Association Images#GAZA: A ceasefire entered into its second day with talks now aimed at securing a permanent truce.#NIGERIA: A second Ebola death has been confirmed in Nigeria. Ireland has pledged €120,000 to help contain the virus.#UKRAINE: The search has been called off for the remains of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster.#INDIA: Air India was forced to ground one of its planes after a rat infestation.INNOVATION Michaella McCollum Connolly will serve out the remainder of her prison sentence in Northern Ireland. She was arrested this day last year. Robots and artificially intelligent devices are set to take over many jobs now done by people. Some tech experts say, “Automation is Voldemort: the terrifying force nobody is willing to name”. [TheJournal.ie] Bruce Springsteen was at the RDS today to see his daughter Jessica compete in the Dublin Horse Show. NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie  brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Source: Mark Stedman via Photocall Irelandlast_img