The scene after the bombing in Omagh in 1998 in which 29 people, including a woman pregnant with twins, died.

Northern Secretary Theresa Villiers today has rejected calls for a public cross-Border inquiry into the 1998 Real IRA Omagh bombing that claimed the l(...)

Northern Ireland internationally is held up as a model of post-conflict resolution, but the process of dealing with the past has categorically failed (...)

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin yesterday made an impassioned plea for people to ’speak out’ against perpetrators of crime after a spate of serious incidents in the capital.

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin yesterday made an impassioned plea for people to “speak out” against perpetrators of crime after a spate of serio(...)

Families made a presentation to MPs and Baroness Nuala O’Loan at the House of Lords in Westminster today. File photograph: Julien Behal/PA

Families demanding an independent probe into three days of killings by the Parachute Regiment in Belfast in August 1971 are being stymied by the Briti(...)

Some of the crowd who marched from the home of Alan Ryan, in Donaghmede, Dublin for first anniversary commemoration march to Balgriffin Cemetery on Saturday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A major Garda and Army security operation is under way in north Dublin this afternoon after two suspect explosive devices were found near the grave of(...)

Ryan McKenna was remanded in custody in connection with the alleged plot to blow up police officers in Lurgan in 2007.

A man wanted over a plot to kill police officers in a mortar bomb attack in Northern Ireland has been remanded in custody.Authorities have requested t(...)

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt: said  he hopes to meet Mr Gilmore in the near future to seek elaboration on the comments made by the Tánaiste at the British-Irish Association conference in Cambridge at the weekend

The Ulster Unionist Party leader Mike Nesbitt is to follow up on Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore’s offer that the Government would address unionist perceptions(...)

Eamon Gilmore: “The Irish State made huge efforts to curb the violence,” he said, adding that successive Irish governments had made “repeated efforts made to get talks going”. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Irish State must acknowledge that many unionists believe that it did not do enough to combat the Provisional IRA during the Troubles, Minister f(...)

Some of the crowd who marched from the home of Alan Ryan, in Donaghmede, Dublin. for first anniversary commemoration march to Balgriffin cemetery.

Gardaí are reviewing a large volume of photographs and video footage recorded at a march in Dublin to commemorate the anniversary of the shooting dead(...)

Tánaiste a Eamon Gilmore: “We need to acknowledge those unionists who feel that, notwithstanding the sacrifices made by members of An Garda Síochána and the Irish Army throughout the Troubles, the Irish State could have done more to prevent the IRA’s murderous activities in Border areas,” he said in Cambridge on Saturday night.  Photograph: Paul Faith/PA

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has made a strong overture to unionists that the Government is prepared to investigate allegations that the State could have(...)

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