Morning top 5: Philip Cairns Case; Violence in France; Muhammad Ali funeral

The top stories this Saturday morning

A 25-year-old man remains in Garda custody this morning following a drug seizure in Dublin last night

Gardaí seized €7,000 worth of heroin and a small quantity of cannabis at a flat in James Larkin House in the city's northside.

The discovery was made as part of an ongoing operation into the sale and supply of drugs in the capital.

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Violence involving England supporters has overshadowed Euro 2016 for a second night

The summer tournament got underway last night and saw France beat Romania 2-1.

Authorities in France had requested the assistance of a number of international police forces and British officers say they're happy with their security plan ahead of England's match with Russia tonight.

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Gardaí are examining DNA profiles in the case of boy who has been missing from Dublin for 30 years

Last night, Gardaí confirmed they have opened new lines of inquiry into the disappearance of Philip Cairns.

The 13-year-old went missing from Rathfarnham in Dublin in October in 1986.

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A memorial service for Muhammad Ali took place in his hometown of Louisville in Kentucky last night

Thousands of fans lined the streets - paying their respects and cheering as his coffin was driven to the service.

The boxing legend's widow has paid tribute to her husband and thanked the world for "heartfelt expressions of love" since the boxing legend's death last week.

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Police in the North are investigating the discovery of wreckage from an aircraft of the coast of Co. Antrim yesterday

Two passengers are believed to have been on board the plane, which had taken off from Derry Airport on Thursday evening.

The coastguard says the debris was found north of Glenarm yesterday afternoon and the wreckage has been confirmed as belonging to the missing microlight aircraft.