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Protesters turn their backs as US Civil War monument unveiled.
In the US, Mother's Day is in May. In Ireland, it happens in March. Here's the story why.
Take a road trip back in time to some of Ireland’s most important medieval sites.
After 183 years, Catherine Burns is going home to Co. Tyrone.
As late as 1901, there was nearly twice as many Irish in Britain as there was in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
This is how Charlotte Brontë described her visit to Ireland, on her honeymoon, in July of 1854.
Find out the fate of Irish convicts who were sent Down Under in prison ships
Thousands gathered in Cork yesterday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania.
A thousand died in 15 minutes in 1914 the Empress of Ireland shipwreck—also known as “Canada’s Titanic.”
This ancient food substance, buried as a form of refrigeration, is 5,000 years old, from the Iron Age.
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