Evening Top 5: Pride in Dublin; IndyRef part 2; and NI out of Euro 2016

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Pride marches through Dublin, remembering Orlando victims

The capital was lined with colour as the annual gay pride parade marched through Dublin.

One year on from the marriage equality referendum, participants in the march remembered those who lost their lives in the Orlando shooting two weeks ago. 49 people were killed when a LGBT nightclub in the Florida city was attacked.

Second Scottish referendum on the table - Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon has said she will seek to enter into "immediate discussions" with Brussels to "protect Scotland's place in the EU".

The Scottish First Minister said her cabinet has agreed to being work on legislation would allow for the option of a second independence referendum.

Scotland voted 62 to 38% to remain in the EU in Thursday's referendum, sharply contrasting with Britain's overall 52-48% vote to leave.

Brexit to affect Ireland's new graduates and young people - USI

The Union of Students in Ireland says the outcome of the Brexit vote will affect young people and new college graduates in Ireland.

One in twelve students who graduate will seek work in the UK, and the USI now warns that Britain leaving the EU will change that relationship. They are worried about tighter border controls and more complicated visa processes.

Suicide bombing kills 14 in Somalia

At least 14 people were killed and others wounded when a suicide bomber blew themselves up outside a hotel in Mogadishu.

Islamic extremist group al Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attacks. Hostages were taken into the Naasa Hablood hotel by the militants.

Michael O'Neill laments "cruel" way Northern Ireland were knocked out by Wales

Michael O'Neill says Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 exit was harsh on his team.

The North were edged 1-0 by Wales in a tight Round of 16 encounter in Paris as Gareth McAuley's own goal proved to be the difference.