The top five: Counting continues across Ireland; Clinton dominates South Carolina primary

All this morning's top stories

Counting of votes in the general election will resume later this morning in 20 of the country's 40 constituencies.

More than half of the 158 seats are now filled in the 32nd Dáil after a number of constituencies continued counting throughout the night.

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The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has refused to be drawn on whether he will enter a coalition with Fianna Fail.

Early results suggest a Fianna Fail - Fine Gael coalition may be one of the most viable options.

 

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Bernie Sanders says he isn't giving up on trying to become the Democratic Party's candidate in the next U.S. presidential election.

That's despite a big loss in the latest primary in the state of South Carolina.

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A 35-year-old accountant has murdered 14 members of his family, including seven children, with a butcher's knife.

Hasnin Anwar Warekar slit their throats then hung himself, police in India said.

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David Cameron has reportedly been told that he will face a leadership challenge unless he tones down his attacks on Boris Johnson and other "Out" campaigners.

Tory ministers and senior backbenchers have even threatened a "no confidence" vote if the Prime Minister fails to halt "blue on blue" attacks on fellow Conservatives, according to the Sunday Times.