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Londonderry: Families march, remember "Bloody Sunday" victims
People are marching throught the streets of Londonderry in Northern Ireland on Sunday to commemorate 50 years since British paratroopers opened fire and killed 13 Catholic demonstrators taking part in a peaceful civil rights protest.
Northern Ireland marks 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday massacre
Hundreds made their way to the Bloody Sunday Monument for the annual memorial service and wreath-laying ceremony, carrying pictures of the victims and flowers in their memory.
One step at a time: UK-EU talks resume to unlock post-Brexit stalemate
EU officials hope the British foreign secretary now leading UK negotiations can help unblock deadlocked talks as they resume on Thursday.
'Gay cake' legal challenge thrown out after seven-year battle
The case centres on a bakery in Northern Ireland that refused to make a cake with 'Support Gay Marriage' written on it.
'Our position is unchanged': New Brexit minister but same old problem?
Truss was appointed to lead the UK's post-Brexit negotiations after the surprise resignation of Lord David Frost.
Brussels moves to help supply of medicines to Northern Ireland
The UK cautiously welcomed the proposals as "constructive" but said it needed to look at the text more closely.
Storm Barra: Thousands of homes left without power in Ireland
The storm is also threatening further destruction in some parts of Britain that had just about finished repairing the damage caused by Storm Arwen in late November.
Turner Prize sees first Northern Irish winners in Array Collective
The group's work tries to cross political and religious boundaries in their native Northern Ireland.
Two people killed by falling trees as Storm Arwen batters UK
The country is now under amber or yellow alert depending on the area.
The view from Northern Ireland on the UK-EU post-Brexit trade dispute
Britain is threatening to suspend the Northern Ireland protocol, which is the part of the Brexit deal that keeps Northern Ireland in the EU's single market for goods.
Frost in Brussels as Northern Ireland trade dispute with EU rumbles on
Britain is threatening to suspend parts of the legally binding Brexit divorce agreement.
Will EU end Brexit trade deal if UK ditches Northern Ireland treaty?
Brussels has been planning its response should Boris Johnson's government act on its threats to suspend the international treaty on post-Brexit trading arrangements.
Brexit: EU welcomes UK 'change in tone' on Northern Ireland trade row
EU and UK negotiators Maros Sefcovic and David Frost met in London and said talks will continue next week to try to settle the standoff on trading arrangements.
EU-UK Brexit dispute: Lord Frost not yet ready to trigger Article 16
The dispute is over checks on goods coming into Northern Ireland from the UK mainland.
Van Morrison sued by NI government minister for libel over COVID rules
The 76-year-old singer was a vocal opposer of Northern Ireland's lockdown laws last year and labelled his home country's government "fascist bullies".
What is Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol?
With little progress being made on finding a solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol, will London turn to Article 16?
Brexit: EU warns of 'serious consequences' if UK triggers Article 16
Brussels could impose tariffs on UK imports or even tear up the EU-UK Brexit trade deal altogether.
Is this Irish town the best place to celebrate Halloween in the world?
Derry has found new fame in recent years as the setting for comedy TV series, Derry Girls. But over Halloween, they become Derry Ghouls.
UK's Johnson renews threat to EU over Northern Ireland trade
"We will have to take the steps that are necessary to protect the territorial integrity of the UK and the UK’s internal market," Johnson warned.
UK reiterates demand to end ECJ role ahead of latest Brexit talks
"We cannot have the courts of one side settling disputes between us," UK Brexit Secretary David Frost said on Monday.