Morning top 5: Fatal Yemen airstrike; Hurricane Matthew continues; and Trump in crisis

The top stories this Sunday morning

More than 140 people have been killed after an airstrike on a funeral hall in Yemen.

At least 500 others have been injured after the attack in the capital Sanaa.

The Saudi-led coalition has denied it was behind it - but the US has said it is "deeply disturbed" and will review its support for the coalition.


11 people have died in the US as Hurricane Matthew continues to batter the southern states.

The storm has already claimed the lives of nearly 900 people in Haiti - and a humanitarian crisis is developing.

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory says it could be the state's worst storm for more than a decade.


Donald Trump has vowed not to pull out of the race to be US president - despite more senior Republicans withdrawing their support for him.

His campaign is in crisis after a video emerged of him making degrading remarks about women.

His wife Melania says the remarks are "unacceptable and offensive" but she has accepted his apology.

Tonight Trump faces rival Hillary Clinton in the second live TV presidential debate.


A man has died following a traffic collision in Dublin.

It happened on the Shelbourne road between Bath Avenue and Lansdowne road in the early hours of this morning.

A Garda Forensic Examination has taken place.


Two women have died following a three vehicle collision in Co Westmeath.

A woman in her 30s died at the scene following the crash yesterday.

The crash involving a truck and two cars happened during daylight hours in dry weather conditions at Hiskinstown, Delvin.