Two people injured in a terror attack on London Bridge in Britain have died.
The man suspected of carrying out the stabbing earlier on Friday was shot by police.
The incident, which began just before 2.00pm, is being treated as a terrorist incident.
Standard & Poor's has upgraded Ireland's long-term sovereign credit rating.
The global ratings agency has increased it to AA-, from A+, with a stable outlook.
This is Ireland's first long-term rating upgrade from S&P since June 2015.
Dutch police say three people have been hurt in a stabbing in The Hague.
The attack happened in the city's main shopping street, Grote Marktstraat.
It has been described as one of the most important shopping areas in the city.
Those working with GoSafe as speed camera operators have voted to accept a pay agreement.
Staff have held a number of stoppages in recent months, as part of a dispute centered around union recognition and working conditions.
Staff have previously claimed they are confined to their vans for up to 11 hours at a time without proper toilet facilities.
Businesses will be banned from putting an expiry date of less than five years on gift vouchers from Monday.
New rules are coming into effect which will also mean shops cannot insist a voucher is spent in one transaction.
The cancellation of gift vouchers, or the imposition of charges if a recipient's name is registered incorrectly, will also be banned.