Morning top 5: North Korea threatens to bomb US territory; Glen Campbell dies aged 81

The top stories this Wednesday morning...

North Korea is threatening to bomb a US territory - after Donald Trump issued an ultimatum.

He told Pyongyang that any threat to the US would be met with "fire and fury".

The US president made the comments after intelligence officials said they believe Pyongyang has developed a nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles.

North Korea says it's "carefully examining" a plan to strike the US Pacific territory of Guam - the site of an American military base.

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Country music legend Glen Campbell has died aged 81.

He sold more then 45 million records during his career, and his hits include the likes of Rhinestone Cowboy and Wichita Lineman.

The singer had been battling with Alzheimer's disease.

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New research showing the impact of homelessness on what people eat, claims children in emergency accommodation are surviving on junk food.

Charity Focus Ireland warns many families have no cooking facilities to prepare healthy meals.

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The average cost of running a car in Ireland is more than €10,500 a year.

However, new figures from the AA show it's a 1.6% drop on last year.

Fuel costs have only seen a minor increase, while motor insurance prices have dropped more than 10%.

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The Women's Rugby World Cup gets underway in Dublin today.

The sold-out group stages kick off at UCD this lunchtime when England take on Spain.