Morning top 5: No rail services operating due to strike; four men arrested in Dublin for 'conspiracy to murder'

The top stories this Tuesday morning...

The second of five 24-hour train strikes takes place today amid a pay dispute between Irish Rail workers and the transport company.

No trains are operating across the country as a result of the work stoppage.

A third strike day is currently planned for next Tuesday, with further stoppages scheduled for 23rd November and 8th December.

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Gardaí believe they have foiled an attempted gangland shooting in Dublin.

Four men were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder last night, while a gun & silencer were seized.

The four men - are aged in their 20s and 30s - and are believed to have links to the Kinahan crime gang.

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The business group IBEC says Ireland's economy will grow by nearly 5% this year.

The latest IBEC/ESRI quarterly outlook also predicts unemployment should dip below 6%.

However, it also warns that lack of progress in Brexit negotiations could derail growth.

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Over 40,000 people are being diagnosed with cancer here every year - but survival rates are improving.

A report from the National Cancer Registry shows 8,770 people die from the disease annually.

However, the five-year cancer survival rate has increased to 61%, while there are around 167,700 cancer survivors in Ireland.

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Donald Trump has arrived in South Korea and will meet President Moon Jae-in in Seoul.

Relations with the North are high on the agenda, while the US president has claimed "we will figure it all out" during the meetings.