Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers said a republican parade commemorating dead IRA men in a town close to the border should be called off Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers said a republican parade commemorating dead IRA men in a town close to the Border should be called off.Uni(...)

Michael Gallagher, who lost his son Aidan in the Omagh bomb attack, holds a redacted email from a Real IRA mole during a press conference on behalf of the Omagh Bomb Survivors group yesterday. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

“I do struggle. I struggle like everyone else. If I could get rid of all of this.” Michael Gallagher, the most mild-mannered of men, admits to fatigue(...)

RUC officers survey the aftermath of the  Omagh bombing. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Relatives of those killed in the Omagh bombing of 1998 have demanded a full public and cross-Border inquiry into the atrocity which claimed the lives (...)

The aftermath of the 1998 Omagh bombing. Photograph: Frank Miller

Amnesty International is joining with families of those killed in the Omagh bombing in pressing for an independent public inquiry into the Real IRA at(...)

New information has come to light about the murders following and investigation by the PSNI’s Historical Inquiries Team.

New inquests into the deaths of 10 Protestant workers murdered in Co Armagh in January 1976 have been ordered by the North’s attorney general.They die(...)

DUP councillor Ruth Patterson, who has been arrested following a alleged response she made to a Facebook post in which she appeared to welcome an imaginary act of violence against senior republicans. Photograph: Photopress Belfast

DUP councillor Ruth Patterson has been charged with posting a “grossly offensive communication” and is to appear in court later this month.The 57-year(...)

A prison guard outside a solitary confinement cell at Pelican Bay prison in California.  Since July 8th there has been widespread participation in a  hunger strike protest over indefinite solitary confinement. Photograph: Jim Wilson/The New York Times

Convicted killer Todd Ashker is the unlikely legal brain behind the largest prison protest in California’s history, a hunger strike which today enters(...)

DUP  councillor Ruth Patterson who is being questioned by the PSNI over comments she made on Facebook.

Police have arrested an outspoken loyalist Belfast city councillor at the centre of a row over a disputed parade.Ruth Patterson (57) a member of North(...)

DUP councillor Ruth Patterson who said today: “I completely withdraw this flawed Facebook comment. Murder and terrorism can never be justified in any circumstances”.

A controversial Democratic Unionist councillor has issued an unreserved apology for a post on Facebook that endorsed a fictional account of a massa(...)

A file photo showing  rescuers, soldiers and civilians, digging with their  hands in the  rubble after the bombing of  McGurk’s bar in  Belfast. Photograph: PA

Families of the victims of one of Northern Ireland’s worst terrorist atrocities are planning to start a legal bid to obtain a report into the killing(...)

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