Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

The tail end of the storms in Ireland; 17 women elected in Saudi Arabia; and McGregor is now the Ultimate champion...

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Saudi women vote at a polling center during the country's municipal elections in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Image: Aya Batrawy / AP/Press Association Images

Here's everything you need to know from the world of news and sport this weekend.

Conor McGregor beats Jose Aldo inside 15 seconds

We're not quite sure how you would have missed it but just in case, Conor McGregor became the Undisputed UFC Featherweight Champion beating Jose Aldo at UFC 194 on Saturday night/early Sunday morning.

The Notorious won the fight with a devastating one punch knockout as the Dubliner recorded one of the quickest finishes in the history of the UFC.

 

17 women elected in Saudi Arabia's first election open to female voters and candidates

17 women have won municipal councils seat in the country's first ever election open to female voters and candidates.

The first was Salma bint Hizab al-Oteibi, who was elected to the council of Madrakah, in the city of Mecca.

Here's who Ireland will face next in Euro 2016

Well, they never said it was going to be easy but this may be a little tougher than we hoped for.

Ireland drew Group E and will face Belgium, Sweden and Italy in the draw for the next group stage in Euro 2016. They will play in Paris, Bordeaux and Lille.

Applications for tickets will be open on Monday morning. You can get all those details here.

 

Final draft of climate change agreement approved

The final draft of a climate change agreement has been approved at the United Nations talks in Paris.

A total of 195 countries have backed the deal which aims to limit the rise in global warming this century to "well below" 2C by reducing carbon emissions.

Communities remain on alert as flooding continues

Minister Simon Harris expressed concerns that more homes may flood as levels on the river Shannon peak.

50 homes across the country were evacuated and more than 220 members of the Defence Forces have been deployed over the weekend.