Evening top 5: Man injured in Meath shooting; hacker who stopped ransomware attack arrested in US

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Man injured after shooting in Co Meath

A man has been injured after a shooting incident in Co Meath this evening.

It happened at around 7pm, in the driveway of a house at Mill Close, Stamullen.

It is believed a lone man entered the driveway and fired a number of shots at the male driver of a car.

HSE insists senior executive resignation not connected to systems glitch

HSE Chief Information Officer Richard Corbridge. Image: Photocall Ireland

The HSE has denied that the resignation of its Chief Information Officer is connected to a computer glitch revealed this morning.

The glitch may have led to thousands of patients getting the wrong results from a range of scans, including x-rays and CT scans.

While the executive has insisted the error poses a 'relatively low risk' to patients, it had the potential to lead to some 25,000 people receiving unnecessary treatments.

Hacker who stopped WannaCry cyberattack arrested in US

A cybersecurity researcher widely credited with helping to stop the global WannaCry ransomware attack earlier this year has been arrested in the US.

Marcus Hutchins (23) - also known by his online handle 'MalwareTech’ - was reportedly detained by FBI officials in Nevada.

According to court filings, Mr Hutchins has been accused of creating and conspiring to advertise & sell banking malware known as 'Kronos'.

Transcripts: Trump asked Mexican president to stop publicly saying 'we will not pay' for wall

Donald Trump and Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto. Picture by: Carlos Tischler/SIPA USA/PA Images

Leaked transcripts have revealed details of phone calls between Donald Trump and the leaders of Mexico and Australia.

The documents published by the Washington Post detail calls made in late January, a week after President Trump's inauguration.

Oberstown Detention Centre in breach of national safety standards

Ireland's national child detention facility has failed to meet eight out of ten standards set by government, according to a new report.

The findings were published in the latest HIQA (Health Information and Quality Authority) report into the Oberstown Children Detention Campus in Dublin.

The report comes following a string of high profile episodes at the campus.