Heres What Happened Today Thursday

first_imgHere’s What Happened Today: Thursday Conor McGregor in Brooklyn court, thousands without electricity, and the World Cup kicks off. Mixed Martial Arts star Conor McGregor said he regrets his actions that led him to appear in Brooklyn Criminal Court today A place to remember, celebrate or just gather your thoughts. 10,266 Views NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a roundup of today’s news.IRELAND Prince Charles and President of UCC Patrick O’Shea leave a bothán, a one-roomed hut which was used by the population during the famine. Source: No Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Thursday 14 Jun 2018, 8:54 PM Vicky Phelan said new treatment has shrunk her tumours have significantlyThe State will never be able to contact some of the people who were adopted and whose births were illegally registered in this countryA child psychiatric consultant resigned, claiming that staff are “burnt out”A man in his late 70s and a woman in her 60s were killed in two separate car crashes in Cork and MayoRTÉ journalist Paul Reynolds has strongly defended a number of broadcasts he appeared on, saying they weren’t unfair to Maurice McCabeThere were calls for RTÉ to boycott next year’s Eurovision in Israel.WORLD Jun 14th 2018, 8:54 PM Opening ceremony of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia Source: Xinhua News Agency/PA Images#APOLITICAL MESS: A justice department report called former FBI director James Comey “insubordinate” in his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton in 2016.#US: US president Donald Trump’s foundation served as a personal piggy bank for his businesses, legal bills and presidential campaign, New York’s attorney general said in a lawsuit as she sued the charity, Trump and three of his children.#KICK OFF: In case you missed it, the World Cup kicked off today, Here’s a guide to the groups, teams, and where you can watch it.PARTING SHOTAn online fund has been set up to raise money for a park bench to be made and donated in memory of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison.“Weʼre raising £1,500 to place a bench in memory of Scott Hutchison in one of Glasgow’s beautiful parks,” the post said. Abortion legislation won’t be passed by the Oireachtas before the summerAround 5,000 families remain without power after Storm Hector Share1 Tweet Email Get our daily news round up: Short URL By Gráinne Ní Aodhalast_img read more