A man is due in court today after a man was stabbed to death in Dublin in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
39-year-old Peter Donnelly from Kilkenny died in hospital after receiving multiple stab wounds on O’Connell Street.
A 28-year-old man was arrested nearby a short time later.
He is due to appear in Dublin District Court this morning charged in connection with the case.
Two loaded firearms and a quarter of a million euro worth of drugs have been seized in Dublin.
Four men are in custody after two separate major seizures in investigations into gangland crime.
The guns were found wrapped in cling film at the back of a house in Clondalkin; while the drugs were found in Coolock.
The seizures are part of investigations targeting organised criminal activity in the capital.
The US has released video which it claims shows Iranian forces removing an unexploded mine from an oil tanker damaged in an alleged attack yesterday.
It comes after two oil tankers caught fire in the Gulf of Oman yesterday.
The US has said Iranian forces attacked the boats in a bid to escalate tensions in the region – and claims the footage shows Iran’s Revolutionary Guard removing the unexploded mine hours after the attack.
Iran said it "categorically rejects" the allegation.
An Australian man has pleaded not guilty to 92 charges following the Christchurch terror attacks.
51 people died in the mass shootings in the New Zealand city three months ago.
A 28-year-old man has been charged with 51 murder charges, 40 attempted murder charges, and terrorism charge.
He will stand trial in May next year after pleading not guilty.
Hundreds of children will attend a protest against homelessness and climate-change in Dublin today.
The Children's Rally is being organised by The Ark, a cultural centre in Temple Bar.
It's to coincide with Cruinniú na nÓg, Ireland's national day of creativity for young people.
Aideen Howard, director of The Ark, says today's event will see about 300 children from across Ireland make their voices heard.