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On the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, Euronews looks back at why it was established and how Brexit could change it.
Irish citizens living abroad have been sharing details of their trips home for the May 25 vote under the hashtag #HomeToVote.
She's the first woman in modern history to lead the nationalist party, as Gerry Adams steps down after 34 years.
Gerry Adam’s, one of Ireland’s most controversial and pivotal politicians over the last 50 years, will stand down as leader of Sinn Fein next year
The intractable problem of Northern Ireland gets an added complication with the implications of Brexit.
Nine weeks of political paralysis in Ireland have been broken with a landmark deal between its two big rival parties. Fine Gael is now set to form a
Political stalemate beckons as early results suggest there has been no clear winner in the country's general election
Ireland looked set to kick Prime Minister Enda Kenny’s coalition government out of office with no clear alternative in sight, according to an exit
Ireland is going to the polls in its first general election since exiting a bailout programme put together by international lenders following the
Ireland is voting in a general election today. Polls predicted a political stalemate where no clear winner will emerge and that could jeopardise the
From heavily criticised to highly praised, Ireland is about to become one of Europe’s most progressive states on the rights of transgender people. Up
Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Dublin as anger boils over new water charges. Households in the Republic of Ireland are set to
Northern Ireland’s Catholic-Protestant power-sharing government lives to fight another day, after a deal was reached on a range of disputes. The
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Dublin on Wednesday crying foul over planned new water charges. It was the latest in a series of
It’s one of Ireland’s most emotional and sensitive debates – abortion.
In Ireland, it is a criminal act which could send both patient and doctor
It’s the turn of the Irish to run the EU for six months. What are they going to do and has recession changed their legendary euro-enthusiasm