Your top stories this Sunday morning
An overturned oil tanker has burst into flames in Pakistan, killing more than 120 people.
Officials in Punjab province say crowds had rushed to gather leaking fuel after it flipped over.
76 people are injured - with many suffering serious burns.
A man has died at the Body and Soul festival in county Westmeath.
The 31 year old collapsed and was treated at the festival's medical tent by advanced paramedics and a consultant doctor in emergency medicine, however he passed away.
His remains have been removed to the Midlands Regional Hospital Mullingar and a post mortem will be carried out.
The popular festival at Ballinlough Castle is now in its eighth year.
Unicef and the World Health Organisation say Yemen has been hit by the worst cholera epidemic in the world.
More than thirteen hundred people have died in the last two months - with 2-hundred-thousand cases in total.
The UN says the country's health, water and sanitation systems are collapsing after two years of civil war.
One of the key negotiators of the Good Friday agreement says Brexit will be a disaster for Ireland.
George Mitchell's warning our economy will suffer hugely as a result of the UK leaving the European Union.
The respected former US senator raised his concerns in an interview with Bloomberg.
Mr Mitchell's also warning peace in Northern Ireland shouldn't be taken for granted.
The government's facing more controversy over the judicial appointments issue.
The President of the High Court Mr Justice Peter Kelly has criticised the speed of reform.
In a speech at a Bar Association event, he said the decision to fast-track the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill was "ill conceived".
It's seen as a criticism of Transport Minister Shane Ross, who wants non-legal members of the commission to have the majority say on judicial appointments.