Evening top 5: Child in serious condition after fall; retailers voice concerns ahead of Saturday bus strike

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North Carolina unrest: Video released showing encounter between police and Keith Scott

Video has been released showing the encounter between US police and Keith L Scott - an encounter which ended in the fatal shooting of Mr Scott.

The 43-year-old was killed on Tuesday as part of a police search for another suspect in Charlotte, North Carolina.

His death has prompted violence on the streets, leading to dozens of arrests and injuries.

Child in serious condition after falling from building in Co Offaly

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A three-year-old boy who fell from a building in County Offaly earlier today has been transferred to Temple Street Children's Hospital in Dublin.

The child was originally brought to Our Lady's Children's Hospital Crumlin after the incident in Edenderry this morning.

Status yellow rain warning issued for three counties tomorrow

A status yellow rain warning will come into effect for three counties from midnight.

Over 25mm of rain (and up to 40mm in mountainous areas) is expected over a 12-hour period tomorrow in Galway, Cork and Kerry. 

Dublin businesses "really worried" about Saturday's bus strike

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Dublin Town, the organisation that represents over 2,500 businesses in the capital, has voiced its concerns over the negative impact of the Dublin Bus drivers strike action this Saturday in particular.

Speaking on Newstalk Breakfast, the group's chief executive Richard Guiney explained how retailers have already felt a significant pinch from the strikes thus far as consumers opt to stay away from the city centre.

Asia dominates the 10 most visited cities in 2016 list

In a new report published by MasterCard, the most popular cities for overnight visitors in 2016 have been announced.

While the numbers published are a projected amount for the remainder of the year, they have been used as an annual projection for a city's popularity.