Morning top five: Jeb Bush drops out; six dead in Michigan shooting

All this morning's top headlines

Amnesty International has said Russia is guilty of some the most "egregious" war crimes it has seen in decades.

The human rights organisation claims Moscow's warplanes have been deliberately targeting civilians and rescue workers in Syria over the last week.


Jeb Bush has ended speculation about his chances of making it to the White House by suspending his campaign to run for president.

The Republican fared poorly in earlier contests in Iowa and New Hampshire and said the race had been "hard fought" but that voters of those three states had spoken.


At least six people have been shot and killed in Michigan in a series of apparently random attacks.

Three people have also been injured in the attacks, which happened on Saturday night, according to NBC News, which quoted the sheriff's office.


This year's Sunday Independent Richlist shows that the wealth of the richest Irish citizens has increased since last year.

The top 300 wealthiest people and families who are based or born in Ireland, are worth a combined 87.7 billion euro.


The leader of Renua has refused to release a break down of legal fees - at the centre of a complaint to the Standards in Public Office Commission.

The Sunday Independent reports Deputy Creighton has turned down requests to give details on how much money was paid to her legal team in a High Court case involving developer Michael O'Flynn.