The top stories this Monday evening...
Leo Varadkar says there's no reason to think the government would collapse, despite opposition anger at how Maire Whelan was nominated to the Court of Appeal.
Fianna Fáil had claimed the appointment was a breach of the 'no surprises' rule in its government deal with Fine Gael.
France's interior minister says the driver who rammed a car carrying explosives into a police convoy is now dead.
Bomb squad officers have sealed off the scene on the Champs-Elysees
People were hit in Finsbury Park as they left Ramadan prayers around midnight.
A man died and 10 other people were injured.
Following their meeting, both sides said Irish issues like the border and the Good Friday Agreement took up much of their time.
They also agreed a schedule for further talks in the months ahead.
Dominique Meehan spoke to the media outside court today after Keith Hearne from Tallaght in Dublin was jailed for twelve years.
The 28-year-old admitted raping Ms. Meehan after locking her in a meeting room at a gaming convention in July 2014.
Ms. Meehan said she felt it was important for Hearne's identity to be revealed: