All this evening's top stories
As the British parliament debates a petition whether or not to let Donald Trump into the country, one publication has handed him the US presidency - almost.
Residents of a besieged Syrian town have been forced to eat cats and dogs as thousands of people face starving to death, but relief is on the way.
Madaya was once a popular holiday resort for Syrians, but is now under siege from forces loyal to the government of Bashar al Assad and Lebanon's Hezbollah movement.
The body of missing student Michael Bugler has been found in Galway.
Galway RNLI recovered the body from the waters at Renville in Oranmore this afternoon.
Fine Gael's Director of Elections says he doesn't think there's "a chance in hell" that the party will win an overall majority in the upcoming election.
Brian Hayes says that a number of factors including the reduced number of TDs in the next Dail will work against his party.
The Health Minister says his Department will hold new talks with the INMO and HSE to try and avert next week's strike.
Leo Varadkar says the strike will put patient safety at risk, and the numbers on trolleys are down compared to last year.