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A group of Black and Tans on a trench road in Tipperary, while assisting the British Army during the War of Independence, 1921. From the AE Bell Collection. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

County: Leitrim Incident: Ambush at Selton Hill, near Mohill Date: March 11th, 1921 Fatalities: 6 A group of IRA volunteers conspired to lie about th(...)

On Tuesday, October 15th, The Irish Times will publish The Revolution Files On Tuesday, October 15th, The Irish Times will publish The Revolution Files

Newly released files have revealed the scale of violence that erupted in the Belfast in the early 1920s. Almost 500 people were killed in the city b(...)

On Tuesday, October 15th, The Irish Times will publish The Revolution Files

Newly released files have revealed the scale of violence that erupted in the Belfast in the early 1920s. Almost 500 people were killed in the city be(...)

Joker: US cinema chains  will ban masks and costumes from screenings

For close to a century, newspapers have got themselves in a tizzy about the possibility that some film or other may have inspired an act of violence. (...)

Eye of the storm: the devastating Hurricane Dorian takes shape earlier in September. File photograph: EPA

The winds of change have blown through the latest storm name list with Irish-sounding storms such as Kitty, Róisín, Ciara and Brendan joined by some m(...)

Dessie Trainor at his mother’s grave in   Drumcree.  Photograph: Liam McBurney

Armagh man Dessie Trainor shares a stage with 10 others, but they all share much more than a stage. Over the course of two hours, Trainor and his fel(...)

Moody’s, the ratings agency, has downgraded Digicel Group and changed its outlook for the company to negative

Moody’s, the ratings agency, has downgraded Denis O’Brien’s Caribbean telecoms Digicel and changed its outlook for the company to negative. The agen(...)

A 12th of July parade through Tandragee. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times.

What is “The Twelfth”? It is the annual Ulster Protestant celebration - held every year on July 12th - in religiously divided Northern Ireland that c(...)

 Orange Order grand secretary Mervyn Gibson, at the Museum of Orange Heritage,  Belfast. Photograph: Liam McBurney

A stack of leaflets in the reception of the Museum of Orange Heritage in south Belfast shows a cartoon of golf club wielding Orangemen marching on to (...)

SDLP leader  Colum Eastwood: a “new union of Ireland” could offer Protestants an equal voice in an  inclusive, diverse and prosperous society where they could “be proud to be from the north of Ireland”. Photograph: Alan Betson

The SDLP is open to the idea of a “new union of Ireland” rather than a “united Ireland”, the party leader has said, following the call by leading acto(...)

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