Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

Muhammad Ali's body arrives back in his hometown; Euro 2016 attacks thwarted; and Brexit vote deadline approaches...

After a busy weekend of news, here's what you need to know to get caught up this Tuesday morning... 

Final journey: Muhammad Ali's coffin arrives back in his hometown

Muhammad Ali's body has arrived back in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, where he will be laid to rest on Friday.

The boxing legend's coffin was flown to an airport in the city yesterday before being carried into a hearse and driven away.

His family have said a public memorial will be held at a sports arena in the city later this week, with thousands of mourners expected to attend.

French man arrested on suspicion of planning several Euro 2016 attacks

Image: Ukraine Security Service

Several planned terror attacks on the Euro 2016 tournament in France have been thwarted, according to a Ukrainian security chief.

The head of the state's security services said a Frenchman was detained in the country after making contact with illegal armed groups to buy guns and explosives.

It is claimed that he intended to target Muslim and Jewish places of worship, administrative buildings and infrastructure such as bridges and railways.

Man and woman continue to be questioned over fatal Tallaght shooting

A man and a woman continued to be questioned last night in connection with a fatal shooting in Tallaght over the weekend.

The pair, both in their mid-20s, were arrested on Sunday evening after a man's body was found in a remote laneway.

The deceased, who has been named locally as Neil Fitzgerald, had sustained gunshot wounds to the head and body.

Irish people in UK reminded to register to vote in Brexit referendum

Bob Geldof. Image: Jonathan Brady / PA Archive/Press Association Images

Campaigners in the UK have reminded Irish people based there that today is the deadline for registering to vote in the upcoming Brexit referendum.

Sir Bob Geldof added his voice to the Remain campaign over the weekend in a new video urging Irish emigrants to sign up to the register. 

Yesterday, meanwhile, British Chancellor George Osborne warned that a British withdrawal from the EU could cost the Northern Irish economy €1.65 billion. 

Mother of boy who fell into Harambe's enclosure will not face charges

A US prosecutor has said no charges will be brought against the mother of a boy who gained access to a Cincinnati Zoo enclosure, prompting the shooting of an endangered gorilla.

Harambe, a 17-year-old male gorilla, was killed last month after grabbing and dragging around the three-year-old child. 

Local county prosecutor Joseph T Deters confirmed yesterday that the boy's parent would not be prosecuted.