The last person to be prosecuted for blasphemy in Ireland was in 1855.
Nothing compares to Islam: Sinéad O'Connor becomes a Muslim
Senior Irish sources have confirmed to Euronews that requests from the UK to make the backstop UK-wide are being considered by Brussels but such a plan won’t be complete in time for the Withdrawal Agreement to be signed off.
Both sides stick to their positions on Irish border issue
Ireland’s foreign minister Simon Coveney told Euronews in an exclusive interview that his country expects “the British Prime Minister to follow through on her commitments".
Dominic Raab is holding talks with EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier amid rumours a Brexit agreement is close
Around 30,000 homes were left without power this morning after gusts of 110km/h battered Ireland overnight.
The west of Ireland castle of Claregalway went back to its roots on Saturday, transformed into a medieval battlefield.
As we are nearing the 20-year anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, Northern Ireland is at its most consequential moment since the ending of the three decades of violence.
A woman has died after strong wind swept her caravan over a cliff.
Thousands have been left without power after severe winds battered Ireland.
The three armed suspects were not expecting this.
Local fishermen find skull and antlers of extinct Great Irish Elk in their fishing nets
The official cause of death was ruled drowning due to an excessive alcohol consumption.
The two detained, including a 'hero' swimmer, have denied all allegations.
Each time the Pope asked for forgiveness the crowds erupted with applause - the words of sorrow welcomed. It's estimated around 300,000 people went to the World Meeting of Families closing mass
The Pope has begged for God’s forgiveness for the “open wound” of church abuse in Ireland as he called for “firm and decisive” action to secure “truth and justice”.
"Let's face it, no one thinks this is going well!"
Co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice!, Femi Oluwole, explains why he's campaigning for a second vote on the Brexit referendum.
Homeless people in Dublin could be removed from the Dublin region in order to make room for tourists who will pay more than accommodation services receive from government and charities.
Smoke and ash from Canada's wildfires have crossed the Atlantic Ocean to the UK and Ireland.