Evening top 5: Name of London attackers revealed; 6 killed in Orlando; Thousands attend mini marathon

Your top stories this Monday evening

British police name London Bridge attackers

Scotland Yard has named two of the terrorists involved in the London Bridge attack as Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane.

The announcement is a sign that the investigation has reached a stage where the police can be confident of revealing hitherto secret details.

6 killed in Orlando shooting incident

A disgruntled former employee shot and killed five people in Orlando, Florida before killing himself. 

Orange County Police confirmed that 3 men and one woman were killed by a lone shooter at a business on Forsyth Rd. Another man later died at Orlando Regional Medical Center. 

They also confirmed that there were seven survivors of the shooting

 

Man dies in Wicklow road collision

A man has died following a road collision in Arklow, County Wicklow this morning.

The collision occurred at around 2:20am last night.

A man - believed to be in his 40s - was struck by a car while walking on Coolgreany Road.

 

Thousands attend Women's Mini Marathon in Dublin

Thousands are taking part in the VHI Women's Mini Marathon in Dublin today, with the marathon kicking off earlier at around 2pm. 

Around 33,000 runners, joggers and walkers are taking part in this year's mini marathon.

Regular participants are being reminded that the route is reversed this year for the 35th anniversary.

 

Vogue Williams faces backlash over calling for internment of Muslims

Irish model Vogue Williams has called for the return of internment camps for some Muslims, in light of the latest attacks. 

In her column for the Sunday World, she wrote about the UK government's Commission for Countering Extremism and what measures could be taken to prevent further attacks. 

The column which was titled 'Internment camps are a grim necessity', has since been met with an overwhelming negative response online.