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# Progress
North Korea promises to shut nuclear test site next month
Kim Jong Un said he “would soon invite experts of South Korea and the US as well as journalists”.
# Progress
EU, Trump and Russia praise North Korea's plan to halt nuclear tests
Donald Trump tweeted that “progress [is] being made for all”.
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South Korea offers high-level talks with North in demilitarised zone
The offer comes after Kim Jong-Un said he has a nuclear button on his desk and his country might attend the Winter Olympics in the South.
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Irish cream liqueurs are finally recovering from a ‘lost decade’ of sales
Analysis by the Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland has highlighted the category’s turnaround.
# Progress
Rex Tillerson says US ready to talk to North Korea 'without preconditions'
Tillerson, however, remains determined to force it to abandon its nuclear arsenal.
# Progress
Zlatan could be back this year, says Mourinho
“Do I think he will be back in 2017? Yes I do. But it is just a feeling.”
# Progress
'It just proves that Ladies football has become a really watchable and exciting sport'
GAA commentator Brian Tyers and Head of Sport at TG4 Rónán Ó Coisdealbha spoke to The42 about covering Ladies GAA.
# Progress
Opinion: Public interest in Ladies GAA must extend beyond All-Ireland final day
The concentrated focus on All-Ireland ladies final stunts the narrative of the season.
# Looking Up
'You can only progress so much in a year. It will only come with time'
Rassie Erasmus knows Munster aren’t where they need to be but he’s positive they will grow.
# project
'There was a fear' - Murray relieved Rassie is staying as Munster build
Now a senior player in the squad, the scrum-half is positive about the province’s future.
# white supremacy
'A blatant affront to American values': New Orleans removes Confederate monument
The city mayor said this move sends a message that New Orleans celebrates its diversity, inclusion and tolerance.
# Progress
'You have come a long way': Court hears how mother turned life around to regain access to child
The judge adjourned the case until October, when the mother and child’s progress will be seen.
# Progress
Former Ireland and Lions second-row Jeremy Davidson to coach at Bordeaux next season
The 42-year-old has been at second-tier Aurillac since 2011.
# stable condition
Crisis averted? 1,200 nurses and midwives to be hired by end of year
Health Minister Simon Harris has said that the measures offer nurses and midwives “enhanced opportunities to advance their careers”.
Women's national team boycott training as they prepare for meeting with mediator over FAI row
“The players have not taken this decision lightly.”
# Progress
O'Mahony's Munster 'forging our own way' as confidence grows in Europe
Rassie Erasmus’ group are being increasingly comfortable in setting their own standards.
# Progress
Ireland climb a place in latest Fifa world rankings
Meanwhile, Northern Ireland remain unchanged in 35th, as do Wales (12th) and Scotland (67th).
# Progress
A good night's work for the Louth and Offaly U21 footballers in the EirGrid Leinster championship
Louth saw off Wicklow by seven points while Offaly claimed a three point victory over Wexford.
# softening
Wada welcomes Putin's comments on Russia anti-doping system
The Russian president says they must heed the demands of the McLaren report.
# Progress
Gareth Bradshaw edges Galway closer to promotion following impressive win over Clare
Galway took a 2-8 to 0-5 lead heading in at half-time.
# Progress
Ireland target top two in what may be most competitive Six Nations yet
Joe Schmidt is hopeful his key players can stay injury-free in the 2017 championship.
# Progress
Fit-again Richie Towell makes the Brighton bench for the first time this season
The Irish midfielder has had a difficult campaign with injuries preventing him from featuring so far this campaign.
# Progress
New cocktail of drugs could significantly improve outcomes for cancer patients
40% of kidney cancer patients saw their tumours significantly reduce, while 10% were left with “no detectable sign of cancer” at all.
# Progress
Ibrahimovic and Rooney fire Mourinho's Man United to friendly win in Sweden
United came from behind to beat Turkish side Galatasaray.
# Equality
US military to lift ban on transgender troops
Currently, Pentagon rules allow transgender troops to be discharged from the military.
# changing attitudes
As many as 30 lives a month are saved because of the injection centre this woman co-founded speaks to the woman who opened North America’s only injection centre.
# column
'They don't have a fear of doing something wrong. You're supposed to express yourself'
Our columnist Lynne Cantwell looks at how Ireland can genuinely make progress during the Six Nations.
# Progress
Good news as cancer rates among Irish men start to plateau
There is concern, however, about lung cancer rates among women as they continue to rise.
# Progress
Berkeley survivor Clodagh Cogley is now back in college
She suffered serious damage to her lungs, ribs and spinal cord in the balcony collapse.
# Progress
MLB team make history by becoming first organisation to appoint female coach
Justine Siegal will be part of the Oakland Athletics coaching staff.
# Progress
All you need to know about the Irish teenager included in Liverpool's Europa League squad
The Reds are set to leave a number of big names behind as they travel to face Bordeaux.
# Progress
After signing a new contract yesterday, Ireland's Jack Byrne is on the move*
*The midfielder is set for a loan spell in Holland.
# Progress
Two Kerry men are guiding Roscommon's assault on the Connacht championship this year
Senan Kilbride is full of praise for manager John Evans and forward’s coach Liam Kearns.
# Silverware
Ireland Sevens move one step closer to Olympic qualification with tournament win
It’s been a great weekend in Bosnia.
# Watch Out
An out-of-control cargo spacecraft is plunging back to Earth
Video has emerged of it spinning out of control.
# difference maker
Opinion: Wes Hoolahan must stay in the team if Ireland are to build on signs of progress
The Norwich man caught the eye, as the Boys in Green kept their Euro 2016 qualification hopes alive with a draw last night.
# roadtorio
Irish hockey team win gold in San Diego, set to compete for Olympic berth
Goals from Mitch Darling and player-of-the-tournament Shane O’Donoghue inspired a 2-1 victory
# Progress
'People ask me if I'd like to go professional. I would but we're not there yet, we're a good bit off'
Niamh Briggs thinks women’s rugby has come a long way but still has massive potential for growth.
# Let's talk
How Jean-Claude Trichet WILL speak to the banking inquiry (sort of)
The former ECB president may take questions when he visits Dublin next month – but not in Leinster House.
# discoveries
Stop what you're doing and watch this 14-second video of an upside-down dog