Morning top 5: Dallas security threat; Doping allegations; and Matador killed in Spain

The top stories this Sunday morning...

 

A matador has died after being gored by a bull in Spain.

Victor Barrio was killed when the animal's horn pierced his chest.

The fight, which took place in front of an audience, was being broadcast live on TV at the time of his death.

He is the first bullfighter to die in the ring in the country this century.

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Two Kenyan doctors have been filmed claiming to have given performance-enhancing drugs to athletes.

In footage secretly filmed by the Sunday Times, the medics say they've treated them with the banned blood-booster EPO.

An investigation has been launched - however UK Athletics has called the allegations "vague and unsubstantiated".

It's claimed to have happened near the British team's high-altitude training base in Kenya

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Dallas police have given the all clear, hours after security levels were raised at their headquarters.

The department received an anonymous threat, two days after the deadly shooting of five officers in the city.

They were killed by a former army veteran who said he wanted revenge for a series of high-profile police shootings of black men in the US.

 

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Meetings are continuing today to transfer services at Console to Pieta House, in a bid to keep its helpline up and running.

In recent days there have been calls from the ICTR, a support group for the charity sector, for the Government to speed up new regulations for charities.

An investigation is currently ongoing into financial irregularities at the suicide prevention and bereavement charity.

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Beyonce entertained a 75,000 strong crowd at Croke Park last night.

The global pop superstar brought her Formation World Tour to Dublin for a sold-out performance.

Her support acts were Chloe x Halle, a YouTube sensation from Atlanta, and Ingrid Michaelson.

It was reported that thousands of homes near Dublin's Croke Park were left without power shortly before the gig, however, it is unclear if the outages were a direct result of the event.