29th May 2017
Voting for the next leader of Fine Gael gets underway today, the latest from Manchester, and Sofia Coppola becomes the second woman ever to win Best Director at Cannes.
The Fine Gael leadership voting battle starts today.
— Fine Gael (@FineGael) May 28, 2017
Another man has been arrested in connection with the Manchester arena attack.
Police investigating Manchester attack make another arrest, in Sussex. 14 men now in custody https://t.co/KH8txlOn4S
— Claire Phipps (@Claire_Phipps) May 29, 2017
Last year, Ireland donated €51 million to Concern Worldwide – over a quarter of their annual income.
Ireland donated €51 million to Concern last year – which amounts to over a quarter of their overall income https://t.co/UFX73C4cOB
— TheJournal.ie (@thejournal_ie) May 29, 2017
Thousands attended a vigil held in Stockport celebrating the life of Manchester attack victim Martyn Hett. In an emotional tribute his partner vowed to ‘never, ever forget him’.
— ITV News (@itvnews) May 28, 2017
Thousands have turned out to celebrate the life of Manchester attack victim Martyn Hett and to pay their respects. pic.twitter.com/RyU6nnbs53
— Dale (@dalewetter) May 28, 2017
Sri Lanka appeals for aids as the flooding death toll rises.
Half a million people were displaced in Sri Lanka as a result of floods.
— DW News (@dwnews) May 28, 2017
North Korea has fired a missile which landed in Japanese waters. This is the third in three weeks.
PACOM statement on North Korea launch, assessed to be a short range missile & was tracked in the air for 6 mins pic.twitter.com/LCxoMLUgqw
— Joshua Hoyos (@JoshuaHoyos) May 28, 2017
Sofia Coppola is the second woman ever to win Best Director at Cannes.
— Festival de Cannes (@Festival_Cannes) May 28, 2017
And lastly, James Corden and Lionel Richie dancing on the ceiling.
— Lionel Richie (@LionelRichie) May 28, 2017
Have a lovely Monday.
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