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An abandoned van containing a device with 600 pounds of explosives was found in Newry, Northern Ireland, near the border with the Republic of Ireland, police said Saturday.
Northern Ireland police find an abandoned van containing a device with 600 pounds of explosives in Newry.
The United Kingdom will not hold an inquiry into the murder of Catholic lawyer Pat Finucane in Northern Ireland in 1989, Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday, even as one of his ministers apologized for state collusion in the killing.
The tragedy of Ireland's violent past seemed close to the surface this week as an Irish presidential candidate was confronted about his former role as an IRA commander, and Britain's prime minister talked with a family about a Catholic victim of "the troubles."
VICE looks at the religious conflict in Northern Ireland and talks to former Irish National Liberation Army members.
There was a time when the conflict in Northern Ireland suffused popular culture, with its easily explicable cast of Catholics and Protestants and its deceptively simple narrative of joining the Republic of Ireland versus remaining under the protective wing of Great Britain. The Irish Republican Army (IRA) loomed large -- an irregular force giving the Brits hell, a pre-Al Qaeda byword for terrorism.
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Two police officers have been injured in an attack in Northern Ireland, police said Friday.
One of Northern Ireland's biggest terrorist trials in decades started Tuesday at Belfast Crown Court amid tight security.
Police say at least 22 officers were injured in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Journalist Peter Taggart reports.
Belfast was calm early Wednesday morning, a day after scores of youths clashed with police in an expression of rage over a parade in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast.
Scores of youths attacked police in Northern Ireland for a second consecutive night Tuesday in an expression of rage over a parade in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast.
Up to 700 rioters in Northern Ireland clashed with police, throwing petrol bombs and bricks. CNN's Dan Rivers reports.
Dissident republicans were responsible for the shooting of a newspaper photographer during riots in Belfast Tuesday night, police said Wednesday.
Police clashed with hundreds of rioters in eastern Belfast on Tuesday in the second straight night of sectarian violence there.
Sectarian rioting broke out in eastern Belfast late Monday, with leaders from both Catholic and Protestant communities reporting attacks on homes overnight.
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Police in Northern Ireland said Tuesday they had arrested three men in connection with an attempt to lure officers to their deaths in a bomb attack last month.
Northern Ireland's water supply is in a "precarious position" after several major water pipes burst, allowing 10 million liters of water to drain from Belfast reservoirs each day, the Northern Ireland Water interim chairman said Friday.
Someone must be held responsible for a "shambolic" response to a water crisis that has left thousands without running water, one of Northern Ireland's top politicians said Thursday.
Frozen pipes burst, leaving 40,000 people in parts of Belfast with no running water. ITN's Tracey Magee reports.
Thousands of homes and businesses in Northern Ireland have been left without running water, some for more than a week, as a result of what the Belfast government called "an unprecedented number of burst pipes caused by the continuing thaw."
Police in Northern Ireland said Saturday they were looking for a person on a bicycle who threw a bomb at police officers, wounding three of them.
Two police officers have been injured after a bomb was thrown at them.
Police in Northern Ireland on Tuesday were investigating two pipe bombs left at a housing estate in Belfast.
Police in Northern Ireland said Tuesday a second night of rioting has erupted in a Protestant district near Belfast.
Security was tight in Northern Ireland on Saturday for a contentious annual march by a Protestant group.
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Police officers injured in clashes in Belfast, Northern Ireland, reports journalist Peter Taggart.
The summer marching season has long been an annual flashpoint between Northern Ireland's Protestant and Catholic communities, despite the peace process which has brought stability to the province in recent years.
Police in Northern Ireland appealed for the community's help after a fourth night of Catholic-Protestant violence in Belfast, which saw a number of officers injured.
Police were watching for any further violence Wednesday after a third night of rioting in Belfast, Northern Ireland, that left one officer hurt, officials said.
Police in Northern Ireland clash with Catholic protesters during an annual Protestant celebration.
Fifty-five police officers were injured in clashes that marked a controversial holiday march in Northern Ireland, authorities said Tuesday.
Day-long clashes between police and rioters marked a controversial holiday march in Northern Ireland, leaving dozens of officers injured and widespread damage in Belfast.
Northern Ireland police said Saturday they were investigating a car bomb that exploded overnight in the city of Derry, about 70 miles northwest of Belfast.
Britain's Civil Aviation Authority announced that some airspace over Northern Ireland and Scotland would be closed Wednesday because ash emissions from Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokull grew heavier and dipped further south.
Three people were wounded late Thursday when an explosion occurred outside a police station in Newtownhamilton, Northern Ireland, the Police Services of Northern Ireland said.
A car bomb exploded outside a British army base in Northern Ireland early Monday, injuring one person.
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Two men face a court hearing in Northern Ireland on Wednesday after being charged with attempted murder and other counts in connection with what police called a foiled terrorist attack, police announced.
After an attempted bombing, CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the threat to peace in Northern Ireland.
A car carrying a 400-pound bomb was driven through barriers at the Policing Board headquarters in Belfast, Northern Ireland, police said Sunday.
A car containing explosives is left outside a police board in Northern Ireland. ITN's John Sparks reports
Authorities in Northern Ireland said Friday they were investigating an explosion in east Belfast that injured one woman.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visits London, then Dublin and Belfast. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports
Ireland's friendly, helpful locals get high marks from visitors. Add dazzling scenery, rich history and a few hearty pints of stout, and you have a perfect trip to Ireland, according to a handful of iReporters.
Two teenagers were arrested in connection with the alleged attacks last week on Romanians in Belfast, Northern Ireland, police said.
Police in Belfast, Northern Ireland, were treating a new attack on a Romanian family as a hate crime after a series of similar incidents in the city, authorities said Thursday.
More than 100 Romanians fled their homes Tuesday night in Belfast, Northern Ireland, following what politicians called "racist attacks and intimidation."
A court refused bail Friday for the 41-year-old man charged with the murder of two British soldiers at a base in Northern Ireland.
Some 5,000 residents in eastern Pennsylvania were allowed to return to their homes Saturday afternoon, some 12 hours after they were evacuated when a tractor-trailer carrying 33,000 pounds of toxic hydrofluoric acid overturned after the driver tried to avoid a deer, authorities said.
Prayers in Northern Ireland after rioting between police and protesters. ITN's Keme Nzerem reports
Police arrested two more men in connection with the killing of policeman Stephen Carroll in Northern Ireland last week, bringing the total number of people in custody to seven, the Police Service of Northern Ireland announced Monday.
Authorities hunting the killer of a police officer in Northern Ireland last week say they have seized a gun and ammunition.
Rioting has flared near Belfast on Saturday after the arrests of three men in the killings of two soldiers in Northern Ireland last week, police said.
Basketball is often viewed as a game of opposing sides. But one man is using the game to bring young Catholic and Protestant men together on the same team in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
CNN.com's Nicole Lapin profiles Michael Evans, who started Full Court Peace to help address the conflict in N. Ireland.
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UK police have suspended the use of a DNA testing technique after an accused terrorist was found not guilty in a trial that relied heavily on the technique.
A Protestant firebrand will hand over the leadership of his Church, but his grip on political power remains sound
A lifelong supporter of the loyalist (pro-British Protestant) cause in Northern Ireland, Michael Stone first came to widespread public attention on March 16, 1988 when he launched a suicidal lone attack on an IRA funeral in Milltown Cemetery, West Belfast.
The concept cars shown at the Paris motor show this week might present a glimpse of shape of things to come, but across the Atlantic a car is being developed that is radically reinventing not just the car itself but also our relationship with the automobile.
Spanish national team coach Luis Aragones has come under heavy fire, with his country's media calling for his resignation, after Spain's humiliating 3-2 defeat against Northern Ireland in a Euro 2008 qualifier in Belfast on Wednesday.
Eidur Gudjohnsen has become Iceland's joint top-scorer, netting in a 3-0 demolition of Northern Ireland in their Euro 2008 Group F qualifier in Belfast.
A hotel in Northern Ireland is waiting to hear from Guinness World Records whether a cocktail on its drinks list is the world's most expensive beverage.
Around 250 passengers and crew were stranded on ferries in the River Mersey in northern England after a huge unexploded bomb was spotted, the UK coastguard said.
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A court in Northern Ireland has found an Algerian man guilty of two terrorism charges -- possession of articles likely to be of use for terrorism and collecting information likely to be of use for terrorism.
The British government on Wednesday said it determined that an outlawed Protestant group in Northern Ireland had abandoned its commitment to a 1994 cease-fire and was an enemy of the peace.
Gunmen opened fire on police and soldiers for a second night running amid a weekend of rioting on the streets of Northern Ireland that left 50 police officers injured.
Forty police officers were injured during clashes with angry loyalists in Belfast on Thursday.
Two men have appeared in court on charges in connection to a January attack that left a 33-year-old man dead in a crowded Belfast bar.
Two men have been charged in connection with a January attack that left a 33-year-old man dead in a crowded Belfast bar.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the high-profile murder of Belfast father-of-two Robert McCartney, police say.
Sinn Fein is auctioning on the Internet what it says is a bugging device planted by Britain's secret service in the Northern Irish republican party's offices.
Airline passengers are putting up with "significant" drops in the supply of oxygen while flying at high altitude, according to researchers.
Three men and a woman were arrested for assault and disorderly conduct following clashes between Celtic and Rangers fans on a ferry to Northern Ireland after Sunday's old firm derby.
The five Northern Irish sisters who landed at Baltimore/Washington International Airport last Tuesday hardly looked like dignitaries, which is why U.S. agents reacted skeptically when the McCartney women revealed the purpose of their visit to the U.S.: they had come to meet George W. Bush.
A man has been arrested in Northern Ireland the day after the outlawed IRA sparked outrage by announcing it had offered to shoot four people involved in the murder of a Belfast Catholic man.
Britain has announced it will impose new financial penalties on Sinn Fein as punishment for the IRA's alleged involvement in the robbery of a Belfast bank.
Police are stepping up the hunt for up to 20 raiders who pulled off one of the world's biggest bank robberies in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland peace talks were on a knife-edge on Monday after a dramatic Downing Street meeting between Northern Ireland's police chief and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.
Three Austrian players have pulled out of the squad with injury or illness ahead of the World Cup Group Six qualifier against Northern Ireland.
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A Belfast man was charged Wednesday by police in Northern Ireland with two counts of making funds and property available for international terrorism.
A man and a woman arrested in Belfast last week under an international terrorism investigation will remain in police custody for another three days after a judge granted a 72-hour extension to hold them for further questioning, police said last Saturday.
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