Donald Trump has become the first sitting US president to step into North Korea.
He has met Kim Jong Un for the first time since talks between the pair over denuclearisation broke down in February.
They shook hands and exchanged words as Mr Trump entered the country briefly from the demilitarised zone between the North and the South.
The Taoiseach will join other EU leaders in Brussels today for a special summit.
Efforts are continuing to choose the new head of the European Commission.
Talks earlier this month ended without agreement, prompting European Council President Donald Tusk to call another summit to try to break the impasse.
A man was seriously injured in a shooting in west Dublin yesterday evening.
The shooting happened when the victim was approached by two men wearing balaclavas in Mulhuddart at around 5:30pm.
He was shot twice and is described as being in a serious condition.
A toddler is being treated in hospital after being injured in a hit-and-run in County Cork.
A car hit the two-year-old boy on Oliver Plunkett Street in Bandon at around 6pm yesterday evening.
It failed to stop and the driver drove towards Bandon Fire Station.
The toddler was taken to Cork University Hospital where he's being treated for injuries which are described as non life-threatening.
A woman, who was around eight months pregnant, has been stabbed to death in Croydon in south London.
Her baby survived and was delivered at the scene, but remains critically ill in hospital.
A 37-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.