Evening Top 5: Man charged over Hutch murder; Maternal death at Holles Street; Euro 2016 squad

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Man charged in connection with Gareth Hutch murder

The 29-year-old was arrested last Tuesday and was being held at Mountjoy Garda station in Dublin.

He will appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin tomorrow morning at 10.30am.

Earlier today, Mary McDonnell of Avondale House, North Cumberland St was charged with withholding information from Gardaí. 

Investigation launched following the death of a pregnant woman at Holles Street 

The woman reportedly died during emergency surgery on May 8th when she was seven weeks pregnant.

In a statement the National Maternity Hospital confirmed that "a maternal death took place" in 2016.

"As with all maternal deaths this case is subject to the coronial process and the hospital is unable to make any comment", the statement said.

Martin O'Neill has made some interesting choices as Ireland's Euro 2016 squad is revealed

Captain Robbie Keane will make it on the plane to France after injury worries had led to question marks over his involvement.

Sheffield Wednesday's Kieren Westwood is among the three goalkeepers going to the tournament, alongside Darren Randolph and Shay Given, with David Forde the one missing out.

Winger Aiden McGeady has also made the cut as does Hull midfielder David Meyler.

Timeline: Martin Callinan, John McGuinness and the secret Bewley’s car park meeting

The treatment of garda whistleblowers continues to dominate headlines this week as new claims drag the former head of the force back into the spotlight.

Ex-garda commissioner Martin Callinan has so far been silent about allegations he sought to discredit whistleblower Maurice McCabe in January 2014, just days before the sergeant appeared before an Oireachtas committee.

If you're only tuning into the story now, let our explainer catch you up.

Forensic breakthrough in Kingsmill Massacre investigation

Police in the North say a potential suspect in the Kingsmill Massacre has been identified 40 years after the attack.

10 protestant men were shot dead outside the village of Kingsmill in Co. Armagh in 1976.

A forensic re-examination of a palm print left on the getaway vehicle has led to the breakthrough.