Varadkar's 'surreal' stop at JFK site
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar visited the site of the infamous assassination of John F Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.
Mr Varadkar said it felt a "bit surreal" as he looked out the window of Texas School Book Depository where shooter Lee Harvey Oswald is alleged to have shot the president.
"It's a place you read about and hear about," he said. The Taoiseach visited the museum on the second day of his St Patrick's Day trip to the US.
Two white Xs on the road mark the spots where the fatal shots struck the president as he travelled with his wife Jackie in an open-topped car in November 1963. Mr Varadkar took in the view from the fifth floor of the building.