Evening top 5: Several killed in Munich attack, Wicklow murder trial jury will begin deliberations next week

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What we know so far:
 
- Shooting ocurred at Olympia-Einkaufszentrum, Bavaria's largest shopping centre
 
- Munich police state that eight people have died
 
- All public transport in Munich has been shut down
 
- Police state there have been unconfirmed reports of further violence, possibly gunfire, in the city centre
 
 
At least eight people have been killed and many more injured in a shooting at a shopping centre in the German city of Munich.
 
Police have said at least three gunmen were involved in the attack at the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum mall - and warned they are still "on the run and dangerous".
 
Investigators say the "acute terror situation" has sparked the biggest police operation in Munich for more than a decade.
 
 
The jurors in the trial of a woman accused of murdering a man in Wicklow have been told they can consider the lesser charge of manslaughter.
 
Marta Herda of Pairc na Saile, Emoclew Road, in Arklow, Co Wicklow, denies the charge and claims she never intended to kill him.
 
Mrs Herda and Csaba Orsas worked together for two years, during which time she claims he fell in love with her. She told gardaí they had never been together and that she had no interest in him.
 
 
Journalists who attended last night's Republican National Convention have reported that the goodie bags given out to visitors included in tiny foetal figurine.
 
Contained within a canvas tote bag with the logo Trump 2016 emblazoned on the side were glass tumblers, a copy of Trump's book Crippled America, caps with his slogan "Make America Great Again", a packet of Kleenex tissues, and the foetus model.
 
 
League of Ireland player Craig Walsh has admitted that his one year ban from the game came as the result of a positive drugs test, which showed that he was using cocaine. 
 
On Friday, a joint statement from Sport Ireland and the Football Association of Ireland revealed that Walsh committed an anti-doping violation, but has had his original period of ineligibility reduced as they found there was "no significant fault or negligence" on his part.