9,315 Views Share2 Tweet Email Apr 7th 2017, 8:48 PM This report by Bloomberg shows why Brexit could be bad news for Guinness. The stout crosses the border twice before being shipped around the world from Dublin. Here’s What Happened Today: Friday Grandmother shot in Dublin, murder accused punches barrister, Trump strikes Assad. Get our daily news round up: http://jrnl.ie/3330095 Will your Guinness need a passport after Brexit? https://t.co/vjkkFKq4x1 pic.twitter.com/FdEzNXEIps— Bloomberg Brexit (@Brexit) April 7, 2017 No Comments Short URL Source: Bloomberg Brexit/Twitter Friday 7 Apr 2017, 8:48 PM NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Caragh May O’Mahony with Aoibheann Keane, and Clodagh and Aoibheann Kelleher at the Cork Lifelong Learning Festival. Source: Darragh KaneA 77-year-old Dublin grandmother was shot in leg in her home.A four-year-old boy died in a farming accident in Co Fermanagh.Gardaí released enhanced footage of the night Trevor Deely went missing more than 16 years ago.Revenue have warned people about a new scam that claims taxpayers are due a tax refund.Alan Shatter criticised the Taoiseach in response to the report of the Fennelly Commission.A new report found that 19% of Irish people smoke daily.There’s no deal after another day of talks in the Bus Éireann dispute.There were chaotic scenes in a Dublin murder trial after the accused punched an opposing barrister in the face.WORLD By Rónán Duffy US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. Source: Alex Brandon/PA Images#AIR STRIKES: The US launched air strikes against the Assad regime in Syria. Some allies approved but Russia denounced the move.#STOCKHOLM: Four people died and 15 were wounded after a beer truck crashed into an upscale department store in central Stockholm. One man has been arrested.#RIP: A woman who was injured in the terror attack in Westminster a fortnight ago died in hospital.PARTING SHOT Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Hyderabad: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) sleuths on Monday took two persons into their custody at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) in Shamshabad, who were tried to travel to Delhi on fake tickets. The two persons including a woman were intercepted at Airport by the sleuths and took into custody while they were boarding to Indigo flight and handed over to Airport police for further enquiry. Both of them belongs to Raichur in Karnataka. By registering a case police are investigating.