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The recent violence in Northern Ireland has triggered a subtle shift in perspective regarding the possibility of a United Ireland.
James McKeown's labeling of Prince Philip as a "racist" falls out of line with Sinn Féin's public condolences on the passing of the royal family member.
The AOH has asked President Biden to "appoint a Special Envoy to Northern Ireland who can re-energize the peace process."
"This is criminal exploitation," Northern Ireland's Children's Commissioner Koulla Yiasouma said regarding the recent violence in the region.
The Church Leaders Group is calling for the Northern Ireland Executive to jointly approach UK and EU governments to advocate for the protection of the common good across Northern Ireland.
Transport ministers in unveiled a new plan to potentially improve rail networks on the island of Ireland.
Addressing the "mostly young men" engaged in the recent disorder in Northern Ireland, Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody cautions that "violence only ever begets violence."
The Belfast riots have left dozens of police officers injured, but they have also been a reality check for people who thought peace in Northern Ireland was a foregone conclusion.
The EU will delay legal action against the UK over the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement due to the outbreak of violent riots in Northern Ireland.
The Good Friday Agreement turns 23 today but comes under mounting pressure as political tensions in Northern Ireland intensify.
The South Belfast UPRG and the Loyalist Communities Council are calling for an end to recent violence in Northern Ireland.
In the wake of the passing of Prince Philip on April 9, politicians across the island of Ireland have offered their condolences.
Unionist and nationalist rioters launched missiles at the police during a seventh night of violence in Northern Ireland, forcing officers to deploy a water cannon for the first time in six years.
Arlene Foster, Northern Ireland's First Minister, has no doubt who's responsible for the loyalist mayhem and peace-threatening violence on the streets of Belfast this week: Sinn Féin.
Mark McClure has been struck off after he admitted to covertly filming people using the restroom at his places of work as well as at his family home.
Loyalist violence has been ongoing in Northern Ireland over the past six days with 41 police officers injured across the region.
The "Justice 4 Lyra" campaign encourages people to come forward with any information about the murder of 29-year-old Lyra McKee in Derry in 2019.
The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation has played a key role in building bridges between communities in Northern Ireland.
Despite recent conversations, a United Ireland is not quite as close as it may seem.
The DUP's demands have never been subtle, usually amounting to give us everything we want - or else.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney rejected the idea of a citizen's assembly on Irish unity as it wouldn't appeal to unionists.
"Even the Unionists like Easter eggs," Gerry Adams said in a video posted to Twitter.
Police in Northern Ireland responded to reports of a stabbing in Newtownabbey on Friday night.
Unionist parties planned to mark the centenary of Northern Ireland with a stone monument at Stormont representing the region's six counties, but Sinn Féin has vetoed the proposal.
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