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At least four people have been killed after a rocket hit a Médecins Sans Frontières clinic in Yemen, a spokesperson has confirmed.
Ten others were injured in the medical centre in the Razeh district of Saada province, Malak Shaher said.
She said MSF could not confirm whether the centre was hit in an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition, or by a rocket fired from the ground.
Nurses unions says talks aimed at averting strike action are expected to continue until late tonight.
A spokesperson from he INMO says progress is slow at this evenings talks with the HSE.
The talks between the HSE and the INMO are got underway again today at the Workplace Relations Commission after they were adjourned yesterday evening.
The outspoken Republican candidate said it was "incredible" how the leader of the totalitarian communist regime had consolidated his grip on power.
It is the latest controversial comment by the property billionaire who has praised the Russian President Vladimir Putin, referred to some Mexicans as "rapists and criminals", mocked a disabled reporter, and called for a ban on Muslims entering the US.
Following weeks of intense speculation, Sinn Féin have denied that Gerry Adams will step down as party leader.
The Sunday Independent reports that Mr Adams is considering leaving the party due to recent IRA-related controversies.
Dublin's Lord Mayor is visiting Moore Street this afternoon amid fears that work being carried out on the historic site has damaged buildings there.
Críona Ní Dhálaigh and a conservation architect will visit the National Monument which is undergoing work ahead of the 1916 centenary commemorations.