Morning Top 5: Violence in Marseille; Clerys rally; Man in custody

The top stories this Sunday morning

UEFA is launching an investigation after violence broke out following the final whistle of the England v Russia match at Euro 2016

After the tied game between the two teams last night, it's claimed Russian fans attacked England supporters inside the stadium.

One England fan is in a critical condition and two others are seriously hurt following a third day of trouble in Marseille.

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Post-mortem examinations will be carried out on the bodies of two people who drowned in separate incidents in Galway yesterday

The first incident happened at around 2pm when a 19-year-old man got into difficulty while swimming in the River Corrib at Dangan close to NUIG.

A short time later a passerby discovered the body of a woman in the Galway Docks.

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A 30-year-old man remains in Garda custody this morning in connection with the murder of Gareth Hutch

The victim was shot dead outside his home on North Cumberland street in Dublin's north inner city last month.

Two people have already been charged in connection with his death.

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Gardaí say any drivers affected by duplicated fixed charge prosecutions will be contacted in writing.

It comes as some drivers were fined twice for not having an NCT certificate.

Gardai say motorists were wrongly prosecuted after already paying fines for having no NCT cert.

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Clerys workers are holding a rally outside the former store this afternoon, to mark one year since its closure.

The iconic department store in Dublin city was bought by Natrium on June 12th 2015.

Following the purchase, Natrium moved to liquidate the store's operating company.