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IMF Managing Director
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Russian Foreign Minister
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Pope John Paul II
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Professor Klaus Schwab
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Hundreds of extra police have been sent from the British mainland to Northern Ireland after a second night of rioting by UK loyalists in Belfast
A unionist politician and several police officers have been injured during rioting by UK loyalists in Belfast.
The Democratic Unionist MP Nigel
Back in the Day
July 10, 1921. Sixteen people are killed in a single day of sectarian violence in Belfast, Northern Ireland during the Irish War of Independence
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An 8,000 strong police force is tightening security ahead of the G8 summit in Northern Ireland next week.
It is being called the largest police
Police in Northern Ireland say they have foiled an attempt to attack a police station with mortar bombs, after recovering the weapons from a van in a
Petrol bombs have been thrown at police in Northern Ireland for the first time in almost two weeks. The fresh clashes followed ongoing protests over
Sixteen police officers have been injured in the latest outbreak of union flag-related rioting in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Street demonstrations
Water cannon has been used to drive back protesters in Northern Ireland after another night of unrest, caused by a row over the flying of the Union
In Belfast, a crowd of Loyalists, mostly teenagers, pelted police with petrol bombs and fireworks for a sixth night in a row.
However officers did
Belfast has suffered its fifth night of violent protests after some members of a rally held in front of City Hall tried to break into the
Hundreds of loyalists picketed Belfast City Hall on Monday night in their continuing protest over the Union flag.
The unrest has been triggered by
It all began on the night of December 3. A fight over a flag in a province officially at peace for years but where street violence has never really
Northern Ireland is quieter this Monday after another night of violent confrontation in areas of Belfast, the fourth in a row that has left at least
Police in Northern Ireland have arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder after shots were allegedly fired at security officers during clashes
There’s been more violence in Northern Ireland following last month’s protests over the partial removal of the British flag from Belfast City
Loyalists were protesting in Belfast over the decision to limit the flying of the Union flag to designated days only on official buildings. The
There has been more violence on the streets of Belfast – loyalists attacked a police car throwing a petrol bomb at the vehicle while an officer was
Successive nights of rioting by pro-British loyalists in Northern Ireland have overshadowed the imminent visit of the US Secretary of State on
Northern Ireland’s first private abortion clinic has opened in Belfast, to protests from pro-life campaigners.
Unlike the rest of the UK, abortion