Heres What Happened Today Tuesday

first_imgUpdated 23.00pmNEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news…Garda forensics outside the Cabra House pub this morning where a man was found seriously injured and later died. (Laura Hutton/Photocall)IRELANDTwo men were arrested in connection with the death of a 21-year-old found outside a pub in Cabra.A man was arrested on suspicion of the murder of Irishman Michael Hunt in London.A man in his 70s was arrested in connection with the murder of Jean McConville in 1972.The Government has provisionally appointed five people to a new Censorship of Publications Board to deal with Alan Shatter’s erotic novel.A mother has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of her eight-year-old son. [RTE]A woman was awarded €80,000 after her employer said her job no longer existed after she returned from maternity leave.College fees for children of Irish emigrants are to be cut.The European Court of Justice ruled that women who use a surrogate have no right to maternity leave.Every Garda cell across Dublin was full on St Patrick’s Day, bar one in Rathmines.WORLDThe charred wreckage of a news helicopter after it crashed in Seattle. (PA Image)#USA: Two people were killed in Seattle after a news helicopter crashed.#MALAYSIA AIRLINES: The turn that diverted missing flight MH370 was programmed into the plane’s navigation system, probably by someone in the cockpit.#AUSTRALIA: A ten-year-old girl survived a shark attack in New South Wales.#UKRAINE: Putin officially recognised Crimea as part of Russia, meanwhile Ukrainian soldiers in the region were given permission “to use arms”.INNOVATIONA 72-year-old amateur photographer managed to capture violent solar flares and spots on the sun’s surface. [The Daily Mail]An algorithm that allows a robot write a story generated a short article about the LA earthquake for the LA Times yesterday. [BBC]PARTING SHOTCheck out these amazing clouds that were captured rolling over McGillycuddy Reeks. Can’t view the video, click here>(YouTube/Terry MacSweeney)Here’s What Happened Today: St Patrick’s Day>Originally published 21.00pmlast_img read more