A 14-year-old boy's been rescued from the boot of a car in Dublin after a suspected abduction on Monday night.
A man has been arrested following the incident in Finglas.
Gardaí followed a car to Kippure Park, where it was abandoned and the occupants fled.
The Government is expected to give the go-ahead to the National Broadband Plan this morning.
A number of alternatives have been rejected despite the cost of the project ballooning to €3bn.
A final report is expected to warn those alternatives would take much longer, be more expensive and in some cases never deliver broadband to some homes.
Two journalists have been freed in Myanmar, also known as Burma, after spending more than 500 days behind bars - accused of breaking the country's Officials Secrets Act.
The pair from the Reuters news agency were released after the president issued a blanket pardon for more than 6,500 prisoners.
They had been in the country to report on security forces' abuses of the country's Muslim Rohingya minority.
Northern Ireland's main political parties begin talks in Belfast later aiming to restore power-sharing.
They agreed to start talking last month after the power-sharing executive collapsed more than two years ago.
The fresh negotiations follow remarks made at the funeral of journalist Lyra McKee by priest Martin Magill urging politicians to unite.
Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have thanked the public for their support and kindness, after the couple welcomed a baby boy.
A message on their Instagram account describes it as an "exceptionally joyful time".
Harry has also said the public will probably get a look at the new arrival in a couple of days.