first_img Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Fifa has charged Ireland with wearing a political symbol during a football matchPaul Cuddihy was found not guilty by reason of insanity over a murder where a woman was stabbed more than 100 times.WORLD James Bowen and Bob arriving at the World Premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob, London. Source: Doug Peters#BREXIT BRITAIN: Some tabloids have been venting anger at the decision by the UK High Court that Brexit must be approved by parliament.#US: A jury has found Rolling Stone magazine, its publisher and a reporter defamed a university administrator in a discredited story about gang rape.#FRANCE: A court has handed a three-month suspended jail sentence to a teenager who named his domestic wifi network after the so-called Islamic State group.INNOVATIONWant to beat facial recognition? All you need are a pair of tortoiseshell glasses [Guardian]You might know a lot about US presidential candidates Clinton and Trump – but do you know their stances on tech and science? Engadget does.PARTING SHOTAn Irish Coast Guard boat had some company earlier this week off the coast of Dublin… and we took a look. Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTube 10,770 Views Share Tweet Email NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Source: Sam Boal 2 Comments Friday 4 Nov 2016, 9:02 PM https://jrnl.ie/3064371 Here’s What Happened Today: Friday The public sector’s unrest, an investigation into Mary Robinson’s library and Fifa charge Ireland – it’s the Evening Fix. By Gráinne Ní Aodha Get our daily news round up: Nov 4th 2016, 9:02 PM The garda pay offer left a number of other public sector unions unhappyThe Taoiseach said martial law was never contemplated, but gardaí said it was threatened last nightMinister Richard Bruton warned a large number of schools will have to close next Monday as pay talks continuePlans to celebrate the Easter Rising by introducing a bank holiday were rejectedAn investigation will examine public funds given to a proposed library for Mary RobinsonThe family of a student killed in a hit-and-run incident said they had a “positive meeting” with Taoiseach Enda Kenny in their bid for justicelast_img read more