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While most Catholics in the Philippines spend Good Friday at church or with family, others go to more extreme lengths to atone for their sins
Northern Irish police accused of collusion in murders during Troubles
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has apologised to victims' families after the ombudsman report.
Northern Ireland police arrest four men over murder of Lyra McKee
The 29-year-old journalist was fatally shot while observing riots and police clashes near the Irish border in April 2019.
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On this 100th anniversary, Euronews explores the back story and enduring legacy of the partition of Ireland.
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In Brexit Britain, Northern Ireland must again turn to the US to uphold our rights ǀ View
In the face of a British government abdicating its responsibilities to the Northern Ireland peace accord, the people of Northern Ireland are turning once again to the US.
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The people of Northern Ireland remain British citizens even if they identify as Irish, according to a court ruling in the United Kingdom last month. It’s a startling decision that strikes at the foundations of Northern Ireland’s peace process and creates a divide between the two main communities.
Brexit will determine Ireland's future as much as the U.K.'s ǀ View
The compromise solution [...] is likely to further inflame tensions between the unionist community who want to remain part of Britain and the nationalist community who want more than ever to be part of a united Ireland.
The chaos of Trump and Brexit shows that democracy is not simply majority rule ǀ View
The tyranny of the majority is precisely what happens when a democratic system is downgraded to majority rule.
Polish town slammed over 'atrocious revival of medieval anti-Semitism'
A town in Poland has been criticised after locals beat and burned a Judas effigy that was made to look like a stereotypical Orthodox Jew.
Emotional Notre-Dame cathedral Way of the Cross ceremony on Good Friday
Emotions were intense at this year's Way of the Cross ceremony as religious rituals took place on Good Friday in the area around Notre-Dame cathedral
Bavarian Boogie Ban: Why is there a dancing ban on Good Friday?
Dance then, wherever you may be - but be careful if you live in Germany!
No UK-US trade deal if Brexit risks Good Friday agreement, says Pelosi
"f the Brexit deal undermines the accord, there will be no chance of a U.S.-U.K. agreement," the US Speaker of the House said on Wednesday.
Ireland ready to accept 21-month delay to Brexit
Ireland's foreign minister won't stand in the way of a delayed Brexit.
The Good Friday agreement is 20 years old but there are worries over N. Irish border
The UK's impending Brexit has big implications for the border and the agreement that ended three decades of war.
The Good Friday Agreement: more than just a peace deal
Why the agreement matters, and who stands to gain or lose if it collapses in the face of Brexit and other threats.
Rio favela marks Good Friday with anti-violence protest
Performers drop to the ground at the sound of a gunshot, others shout "dignity" and "equality" as they run through the crowd gathered to watch the show.
Christians mark Good Friday in Jerusalem
An Easter march takes place in Jerusalem's Old City.
Ireland’s pubs open for Good Friday drinks for first time in 90 years
A ban on pubs selling alcohol on Good Friday has been in place in Ireland since 1924.
Why Mary Poppins is banned in Germany on Good Friday
Good Friday is considered a "quiet holiday" in Germany, which means activities which “contradict the character” of the day are banned by law.