A man armed with a rifle has opened fire at a shopping mall in the US state of Texas killing 20 people.
26 others are injured following the attack in El Paso - which borders Mexico.
A 21-year-old is in police custody after surrendering at the scene.
An Irishman's been charged in the UK with illegally importing firearms after 60 guns were found hidden in a car.
37 year old Robert Keogh, from Dublin, is to appear at Margate Magistrates' Court tomorrow charged with the offence.
The National Crime Agency say the haul's believed to be the largest seizure of lethal purpose weapons at a port in the UK.
It was discovered by officers who stopped a car arriving at the Port of Dover from Calais on Friday.
In the north, a 32 year old man remains in custody this morning in connection with yesterday's collision at a Belfast cemetery that left an elderly man dead.
Two others remain in a serious condition in hospital following the incident.
Sunday is when people are most likely to be killed on Irish roads.
There have been 90 deaths so far this year - a 7 per cent rise on the same period last year - with nearly a third happening on a Sunday.
CEO of the Road Safety Authority, Moyagh Murdock, says people need to be vigilant this bank holiday weekend.
Two people were rescued off the coast of Donegal last night.
The Irish Naval Service says the LÉ CIARA responded to a distress call from a small craft taking on water.
It was located four miles north of Fanad Head, two people were onboard.
The naval vessel stayed with the small craft before Lough Swilly RNLI towed the boat to safety.