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Cillian O'Connor emerged the hero for Mayo to ensure that the 2016 All-Ireland final will go to a replay.
It looked as though their quest for All-Ireland triumph was headed for its 66th year, but points from O'Connor and Donal Vaughan prevented Dublin from claiming their second consecutive All-Ireland title.
An explosion that ripped through a busy Manhattan neighbourhood injuring at least 29 people was an "intentional act", according to the authorities.
Nearly 1,000 extra state police and national guard troops will be deployed in New York as authorities vow to catch those behind a bomb attack in Manhattan.
Police combing the area with sniffer dogs following the blast in the fashionable Chelsea district, also discovered a second suspected device nearby.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for an attack in a Minnesota shopping centre in which eight people were stabbed.
The caliphate-linked news agency, Amaq, has released a statement insisting the attacker, who was wearing a security guard's uniform, was a "soldier of the Islamic State".
Speaking shortly after Saturday evening's attack at the Crossroads Center in St Cloud, police chief Blair Anderson said the attacker had "made some references to Allah".
Russia has accused the US-led coalition in Syria of being on the "boundary between criminal negligence and direct connivance with Islamic State terrorists".
The stinging attack comes after the US admitted leading a coalition airstrike which reportedly killed up to 80 Syrian soldiers in the east of the war-torn country.
Russia's foreign ministry said the strike jeopardised a fragile American-Russian brokered ceasefire in Syria.
If you're thinking on putting down an early bet on big Oscar winners, then you don't need to look much further than the winner of the People's Choice Awards at the Toronto International Film Festival for an educated guess.
So when La La Land received the award today at the close of the TIFF, it means some very good news for the movie's future.