Morning top 5: More details of New York explosion; weather warning; and triple shooting investigation

The top stories this Tuesday morning

US President Donald Trump says an attack in New York yesterday highlights the "urgent need" to bring in immigration reform.

A 27-year-old Bangladeshi man has been arrested after an explosion on the city's subway system, which injured three commuters.

He is believed to have lived in the US for seven years.


There is another cold weather warning this morning.

Met Éireann says there will be lows of -4. Schools that shut in the West and Midlands yesterday should re-open.

But commuters are being reminded to leave extra time for their journeys.


A man is still being questioned by gardaí about a triple shooting in west Dublin yesterday.

He was detained after a baby, a woman, and a teenager were injured in what is believed to be a feud-related attack in Mulhuddart.

The investigation is ongoing and gardaí are appealing for witnesses.


European foreign affairs ministers are meeting in Brussels today, where they will hear a progress report from the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.

Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney says he will be using the meeting of the General Affairs Council to thank other EU countries for their support during the talks.

He has described the event as "another important step" ahead of Thursday's European Council meeting, which is due to sign off on Phase I of the Brexit process.


A canine carol service is taking place today in Dublin.

Dogs of all sizes will be attending the annual event at Christ Church Cathedral at lunchtime.

It is to celebrate the work of Peata, the organisation that brings therapy dogs into care homes.