The top five: 61 feared dead in Russian plane crash; Abdeslam captured

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A passenger plane has crashed in southern Russia, reportedly killing all 61 people on board.

55 passengers and six crew members died when the plane crashed while trying to land, according to officials in the country.

It was travelling from Dubai to the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don.


The main suspect in the Paris attacks has been wounded and captured in a huge anti-terror operation in Brussels after four months on the run.

The Belgian prime minister and French president confirmed Salah Abdeslam was arrested yesterday after heavily armed officers stormed a building in the city.


Yesterday's EU migrant deal to curb the flow of asylum seekers entering Europe 'trades people for political concessions'.

That's according to Oxfam Ireland who say the deal is a further step down the path of inhumanity.


A man remains in Garda custody this morning as part of the investigation into the murder of Vincent Ryan in Dublin last month.

The 43 year-old, who was detained on Thursday evening, is being held at Blanchardstown Garda station under section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act.


There are reports that four British men are being held on suspicion of terror offences in Kenya after they took pictures in an airport.

The Sun newspaper says they were arrested in Nairobi and taken for questioning last Saturday.