French President Emmanuel Macron say the country will rebuild Notre Dame Cathedtral.
He visited the site of a fire last night which partially destroyed the 850 year old medieval building in Paris.
The main stone structure, including its two towers, have been saved - but the spire and roof collapsed.
Sport Ireland will be before the Oireachtas Sports Committee later - the second time in three weeks.
The body, who have suspended funding to the FAI, will voice their disappointment at the associations refusal to answer important questions at last weeks sitting.
They will also announce plans to carry out a potential audit of the association, pending the outcome of reviews into governance and financial matters.
The Garda Commissioner will today face calls from mid-ranking Gardaí to clarify their role in home evictions.
Drew Harris is to attend the annual Conference of the AGSI in Cavan later.
Gardaí have no role in evictions as they are a civil matter, but do attend to ensure there is no breach of the peace.
Nancy Pelosi has warned Britain there is no chance of a US-UK trade deal, if Brexit harms the Good Friday Agreement.
The US House of Representatives' speaker was commenting ahead of her visit to Ireland as part of a US Congressional delegation.
She will meet Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Tánaiste Simon Coveney, and will address the Dáil on Wednesday.
Tesco has suspended shopping deliveries to west Tallaght in Dublin.
It follows reports that drivers have been attacked, robbed and even shot at by youths armed with a pellet gun.
Tesco Ireland says there have been several incidents of anti-social behaviour in the area.