David Drumm, former Anglo Irish Bank Chief Executive. Photograph: Alan Betson

Drumm, a fugitive from possible criminal charges in Ireland, can escape accounting for his claims in(...)

Hooded men: Michael Donnelly, Patrick McNally, Brian Turley, Gerry McKerr, Francie McGuigan, Joe Clarke, Jim Auld, Kevin Hannaway and Liam Shannon with Colm O’Gorman of Amnesty International Ireland, which has acted on their behalf. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) 1972, found that some of the techniques constituted criminal assaults but that, with ministerial(...)

On patrol: British soldiers in the Bogside, in Derry in 1971, during clashes between republicans and loyalists. Photograph: Darde/AFP/Getty

(...) major court cases. On November 30th lawyers acting for them will go to the High Court in Belfast to try(...)

Gareth Mulley has pleaded not guilty to the unlawful possession of an explosive substance, an adapted 50-litre beer keg, 50kg of ammonium nitrate home-made explosives, an improvised steel booster tube and an improvised time and power unit. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

Border last year, the Special Criminal Court has been told. Gareth Mulley (45), of Aisling Park, Dundalk(...)

A political rally in Burundi for President Pierre Nkurunziza:  Africa’s recent history at holding leaders to account does not inspire confidence. Photograph: Tyler Hicks/The New York Times

(...) regional leaders accused of serious abuse of power, instead of the International Criminal Court. But the(...)

Stephen Cahoon (42) will face a third trial for the killing of Jean Teresa Quigley. Photograph: Collins Courts

(...) brought before the three-judge, non-jury Special Criminal Court.

Stefan Onofrei (34), of Bremore, Castlegate, Balbriggan was arrested at his home after gardaí viewed CCTV footage from various post offices around Dublin and Meath. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

(...) guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to six sample charges of theft of job seeker’s benefit, job(...)

Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald said the legislation was a “landmark” development. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) in the Criminal Justice (Victims of Crime) Bill 2015, the general scheme of which was published(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen was one of 10 customers of Anglo who were part of a deal in 2008 to slash businessman Seán Quinn’s stake in the troubled bank. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

(...) it was awaiting the outcome of criminal proceedings and of a Supreme Court appeal, issued last March(...)

Phil Kingston of Grandparents for a Safe Earth: ‘We [grandparents] have the freedom most don’t have: and let’s use it, because there is not much they can do to us. We have very little to be afraid of.’ Photograph: Eric Luke

(...) speak in court, to say that there are some laws that are more important than state laws: care for our(...)