The US and South Korea have announced plans to end large-scale war games.
The Key Resolve and Foal Eagle exercises have long been a source of tension between the two countries and North Korea.
US officials said the games would now end in a bid to "reduce tension and support our diplomatic efforts to achieve complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula".
It comes only days after the latest summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un ended without a deal on denuclearisation.
A man has died following a crash in Co Kerry.
It happened near the village of Causeway at around 8:15pm on Saturday evening.
The male pedestrian in his 40s died after he was hit by a van.
A 51-year-old man's been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with the murder of his wife in Dublin.
Alan Ward of Greenfort Drive, Clondalkin, is accused of stabbing Cathy Ward to death their home.
The 41-year-old was discovered with multiple stab wounds and died a short time later.
Mr Ward is due before Cloverhill District Court next Friday.
An influential Conservative MP has suggested he will back Theresa May's Brexit deal.
Graham Brady, who chairs the 1922 committee of backbenchers, said he believes a compromise can be reached over the Irish border.
However, in an article in the Mail on Sunday he also strongly criticises the UK government's handling of Brexit.
Bernie Sanders has launched his 2020 presidential campaign by calling on Americans to join his fight for a "political revolution".
The Vermont senator called Donald Trump "the most dangerous president in US modern history" at his speech at Brooklyn College in New York.
Mr Sanders, who lost the race for the Democratic nomination to Hillary Clinton in 2016, said he wants to create an economy and government that works for all people.