Morning top 5: Appeal for information after body found in Co Kildare; world leaders gather for G20 summit

The top stories this Sunday morning

A post mortem will resume this morning on the body of a man discovered in Co Kildare.

The body was discovered in Rahin Wood, near Carbury, on Friday evening.

The identity of the man has not yet been established and gardaí are appealing for information.

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The British prime minister has met with US president Barack Obama in China.

World leaders are in the country for the G20 summit.

Theresa May - who is attending her first G20 as British leader - will also meet with China's president Xi Jinping 
and Russia's leader Vladamir Putin.

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Gardaí have issued a renewed appeal for information about the murder of Raonaid Murray.

The call comes on the 17th anniversary of the brutal murder of the teenager.

Gardai say they have recently spoken again with a number of Raonaid's close friends, and remain fully committed to the investigation of her murder.

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The ASTI is to hold two separate ballots on industrial action.

The union - which represents more than 18,000 second level teachers - made the announcement following a meeting of its central executive committee yesterday.

Members will be balloted on industrial action - up to and including strike action - over new teachers' pay.

In a separate ballot - which relates to measures applied to ASTI members following their rejection of the Lansdowne Road Agreement - members will be asked to vote on withdrawal from supervision and substitution duties.

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Mother Teresa will be declared a saint in Rome today.

Pope Francis will celebrate the Mass of canonisation in St Peter's Square on the eve of the 19th anniversary of her death.