Morning top five: Cameron to meet Cabinet over EU deal; Unpublished Harper Lee books may be released

The top stories this Saturday morning

The British Prime Minister will meet his Cabinet this morning to discuss a deal secured on the UK's relationship with the European Union.

David Cameron has described it as a 'historic moment' for the country.

It's taken months of meetings with EU leaders, but the deal was eventually agreed at a summit in Brussels last night.

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Six men are being questioned following the seizure of cash and ammunition in Dublin on Thursday.

As part of Operation Thor, six houses were searched in Clondalkin, Palmerstown, Lucan and Balgaddy and a motorbike, a substantial amount of cash, firearms components and ammunition were seized.

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In the wake of the sad passing of Harper Lee it has emerged that two of the author's unpublished books may now be released.

Lee died yesterday at the age of 89. She had been living in a nursing home close to her childhood home in recent years after suffering a stroke in 2007.

She was born in Alabama in April 1926 and was the youngest of four children.

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Donald Trump has called for a boycott of Apple until the company helps to unlock the mobile phone of one of the San Bernardino killers.

The company has so far refused to break into the phone, because of privacy concerns for its users.

The US department of justice has also filed a motion to force Apply to comply.

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A Turkey-based Kurdish militant group has said it carried out Wednesday's bomb attack in Ankara that killed 28 people.

The Kurdistan Freedom Hawks also known as the TAK group said on its website that the attack was retaliation against the policies of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.