first_imgView of a derailed train after it was smashed by a boulder, outside the French town of Annot, southeastern France (Image: STR/PA).#FRANCE: Two women were killed when a massive falling boulder caused a train derailment in the French Alps. [AFP]#LONDON: A 42-year-old man was found guilty of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl in the gift shop of Madam Tussaud’s famous wax museum.#ABUSE: Woody Allen said allegations he sexually abused his daughter are ludicrous.#SYRIA: An aid convoy carrying supplies into the Syrian city of Homs was attacked, leaving one relief worker injured. [BBC]INNOVATIONReading, voice recording and puzzle games – here are five apps worth downloading this week.Researchers in Spain are working out a way for people to be identified by their body odour… [The Verge]PARTING SHOTThe New York Times featured these incredible photos of the pilgrims at Croagh Patrick, making their way to the summit. NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…Ireland’s Brian O’Driscoll is tackled by Wales’s Sam Warburton during the RBS 6 Nations match at the Aviva Stadium (Image: Niall Carson/PA).IRELANDWe were warned that the heavy rain still poses a major risk and repairing damage may cost €100 million. [RTÉ]New legislation will compel hospitals to admit medical negligence to patients and families.Police in Northern Ireland name a baby who died of serious injuries last night as Caragh Walsh.Rehab received over €80 million in State finding last year. Here’s a breakdown.We found out that Defence Force recruitment will start next month.There was praise for Panti at the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis.Pro-choice activists held a demonstration outside the Spanish Embassy.A 23-year-old man will appear in court over a €120,000 cannabis seizure in Longford.The Irish rugby team trounced Wales 26-3 at the Aviva Stadium.WORLDlast_img