North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said he remains prepared to denuclearise.
Mr Kim and US President Donald Trump kicked off the second day of their summit in Vietnam with an unprecedented joint questions-and-answer session with reporters.
Asked by a US reporter whether he was willing to denuclearise, Mr Kim: "If I'm not willing to do that, I wouldn't be here."
There was a 70% rise in the number of data breaches in Ireland last year since new GDPR laws were brought in.
The Data Protection Commission's annual report shows just over 4,700 valid breaches were reported to it between May and December 2018.
The figures also show 15 statutory investigations involving tech companies were launched.
A two day strike by ambulance personnel members of the Psychiatric Nurses Association gets underway this morning.
Some 500 members will take part in the industrial action in their ongoing row with the HSE over union recognition.
It follows two previous strike days in January and February.
Donald Trump's ex-lawyer says he felt "humbled" at the end of a daylong testimony, in which he made a series of explosive claims against the US president.
Michael Cohen compared his old boss to a "mobster", and described him as a "racist and conman".
The president has accused Mr Cohen of lying to reduce his prison sentence.
Kildare is the first county in Ireland to get an Irish language plan.
The five-year scheme will be launched later today.
Various organisations have worked alongside Conradh na Gaeilge to produce the document which focuses on a range of areas for the promotion of Irish in Kildare.