Police officer injured during terrorist shooting in north Belfast; Rooney becomes United's top goal-scorer; White House claims 'largest audience to witness an inauguration' despite evidence to the contrary
After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's what you need to know to get caught up this Monday morning.
A PSNI officer has been shot in the arm after a shooting took place in north Belfast.
The PSNI said the officer was injured in a suspected drive-by attack.
It is the first shooting of its kind in Northern Ireland for over eight years.
The Police Federation for Northern Ireland tweeted "There are reports that 1 of our Officer's has been injured in a terrorist shooting in Belfast.
Wayne Rooney made history today with a 250th goal for Manchester United, officially making him the club's all-time leading goal-scorer.
The substitute produced the finish in stoppage time against Stoke to rescue a point and surpass the goal-scoring record he previously held with Bobby Charlton.
It was just his fifth United goal across all competitions, in a season which has seen the captain get pushed out to the peripheries.
But with United in danger of losing their winning form today, Rooney produced the equaliser four minutes into added time with a free-kick that crashed into the top corner of the net.
Donald Trump and his White House team have accused the media of dishonestly in reporting the size of the crowd at Friday's inauguration - despite photographic and other evidence to the contrary.
The President insisted that crowds at the event stretched back all the way to the Washington Monument, even though photographs and footage from the scene showed large, empty spaces around the landmark.
In a series of tweets on Sunday, Mr Trump tweeted about television ratings compared to President Obama's second inauguration in 2011. Figures reported by Bloomberg show that the viewership fell short of the numbers recorded for both Obama's 2009 inauguration and Ronald Reagan's first address in 1981.
Gerry Adams has told a major public debate on Irish unity that taking Northern Ireland out of the EU will threaten the Good Friday Agreement.
The 'Towards a United Ireland' conference is taking place in the Mansion House in Dublin today.
The discussion - marking the 98th anniversary of the meeting of the First Dáil in the same building in 1919 - brings together a host of different groups and commentators to stimulate debate on how a future United Ireland might look.
Addressing the meeting this afternoon, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams said the British government’s intention to take the North out of the EU against the wishes of the electorate is a “hostile action.”
The three Chapecoense players who survived last November's fatal plane crash in Colombia lifted the Copa Sudamericana trophy over the weekend during a friendly with Palmeiras.
The small Brazilian team were, as recently as 2009, playing in the fourth division (Serie D) of the Brazilian football league. Back-to-back promotions in 2012 and 2013 saw them rise through Serie C and Serie B to reach Brazil's top flight.
Their appearance in one of the continent's showpiece tournaments was meant to be the pinnacle for the club, only for the story to a tragic turn. 71 people lost their lives as the squad travelled to Colombia to take on Atletico Nacional in the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana final.