The top five: Trump rally cancelled; man charged with attempted murder of former prison officer

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Donald Trump has had to cancel a rally in Chicago, after protesters began clashing with his supporters.

There were chaotic scenes as demonstrators scuffled with people who'd turned up to hear the Republican presidential frontrunner at an arena.


A man's due to appear in court this morning charged with the attempted murder of a prison officer in Belfast.

The 52-year-old prison officer suffered serious leg injuries when a bomb exploded under a van he was driving last week.


The National Bus and Rail Worker's Union says it's extremely concerned about plans to replace Luas services with Buses on St Patrick's Day.

Transdev announced yesterday that it would hire in Buses this Thursday in a bid to deal with strike action by workers involved in an ongoing pay dispute.


A 10 year-old boy has been killed in an Israeli airstrike targeting a Hamas military base in Gaza.

He died when shrapnel hit a nearby house - two other youngsters were also hurt according to the Gaza health ministry.


Former Clerys workers who lost their jobs will protest outside the store today to mark the ninth month since it's closure.

Clerys was bought by Natrium and the company was liquidated in June 2015