In the UK, Boris Johnson's neighbour is defending calling the police and a newspaper, after claiming he heard a loud scream and banging in the former UK foreign secretary's flat.
Tom Penn says his sole concern was for others' "welfare and safety," and he told the press because he thought it was of important public interest.
Scotland Yard says the matter was dealt with and no charges are being made.
At a Conservative party leadership debate last night, Mr Johnson refused to answer questions about it.
The North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, has praised a letter of 'excellent content' sent to him by Donald Trump.
The country's state news agency says he will "seriously contemplate the interesting content" of the letter from the US President.
It comes after a meeting between the two leaders earlier this year failed to reach an agreement over denuclearisation.
America wants North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons entirely before international sanctions are lifted.
A man in his 50s has been arrested after a man was killed in a crash in County Wexford.
Gardai are appealing for witnesses in Gorey.
The first ever Ironman to take place in East Cork gets underway today.
Some 2300 participants are set to take part and around 10,000 people are expected to attend.
While roads will reopen as the event progresses, general road closures will be in place until midnight.
There will also be localised road closures in Youghal.
People will get a chance to remember their pets who've died in the capital today.
An interdenominational remembrance service is taking place at the Dublin Unitarian Church on Stephen's Green at 3pm.
It'll help them share their grief over the passing of their much-loved animal.
Organiser of the Pet Memorial Amanda Large says often when people lose a pet they don't get much empathy.
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