A bus was hijacked and set on fire in West Belfast on Wednesday as Northern Ireland has experienced a week of widespread unrest.
The letters in the word Google have been replaced with artworks symbolizing the Claddagh ring and the Celtic knot.
Supermarkets have called for urgent intervention to prevent "significant disruption" to U.K. food supplies due to post-Brexit border arrangements.
From the vanishing Unionist electoral majority to Brexit to COVID, historic events are speeding up debates on Irish unity. This generation of Irish Americans may well be the first to be able to return to a united Ireland.
The crew members who tested positive were reported to be "doing well, with only mild symptoms," according to the ferry company.
Until last week, Brexit has seemed like an unexploded bomb buried out of sight for most of 2020. But its explosive potential was not reduced—far from it.
"People can of course support whoever they want for the U.S. presidency, but to see three MPs giving the thumbs-up while holding a Trump banner personally makes me cringe," one critic said.
"Feasting, almost invariably associated with sacrifice, was a social necessity of early societies," researcher Finbar McCormick said.
The boy danced to "All My Life" at the Vital Festival at the Boucher Road Playing Fields in Northern Ireland.
Scientists studied people from the age of 25 for 30 years to understand how diet affects brain health.
The journalist was shot during a period of unrest in a section of Northern Ireland's Londonderry, where crowds grew violent ahead of the Easter weekend.
McKee, who contributed to The Atlantic and BuzzFeed, is the first journalist killed in Northern Ireland in 18 years.
Billy Caldwell experienced a seizure days after his cannabis oil treatment was confiscated by officials.
The British government is searching for a solution to a very sensitive question.
Theresa May is relying on a Northern Irish unionist party to prop up her vote.
If Sinn Fein and the DUP do not form a power sharing government the U.K. may make the controversial move to rule from Westminster.
Parties have until Monday to form a coalition or face direct rule from the UK or a fresh round of voting.
Northern Irish police are investigating the incident, in which a bullet was sent to the Social Democratic and Labour Party's Nichola Mallon.
Younger generations see their future being robbed by officials who are still mired in Catholic-Protestant sectarian squabbles.
Sinn Fein minister Michelle O'Neill says the party won't meet a deadline to nominate a deputy first minister, which would trigger elections.