The top five: No criminal charges to follow Berkeley collapse; Trump's campaign manager charged with battery

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Berkeley balcony collapse will not result in criminal charges

The balcony collapse that claimed the lives of six students in Berkeley, California last year will not result in criminal charges, the Alameda County district attorney has said.

Following a nine-month investigation, Nancy E. O’Malley said there was insufficient evidence to pursue criminal manslaughter charges.

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Latest figures show over 1,600 children in Dublin in emergency accommodation

790 families including over 1,600 children were in emergency accommodation in Dublin from February 22nd to 28th.

Figures from the Dublin Region Homeless Executive show that 581 families including 1,201 children were in hotel accommodation.

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Number of deaths in Brussels attacks revised down to 32

The number of people killed in the Brussels terror attacks last week has been revised downwards to 32.

"After thorough verification: number of victims goes down to 32. Still 94 people in hospital," Health Minister Maggie de Block tweeted.

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UN rules the Falkland Islands are located inside Argentine waters

The Falkland Islands are looking to Britain to see what a United Nations ruling on the South Atlantic Ocean means.

Argentina is said to be welcoming a commission decision that has increased its maritime territory to include the disputed islands and beyond.

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Donald Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski charged with misdemeanour battery

Corey Lewandowski, campaign manager for Donald Trump, has been charged with misdemeanour battery in a case involving a member of the media. 

Lewandowski hit the headlines recently after he was accused of roughly grabbing Michelle Fields, then a Breitbart reporter, and shoving her during a Trump rally on March 8th, leaving a bruise on her arm.