Trump receives Shamrock Bowl from Irish PM

President Donald Trump received a Shamrock Bowl as part of day long festivities with Ireland’s Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to celebrate an early St. Patrick’s Day. (March 14)

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Ex-soldier charged over N. Ireland ‘Bloody Sunday’ killings

Northern Irish prosecutors charge a former British soldier with murder over the “Bloody Sunday” killings of 1972 in a politically sensitive case that has stirred passions in both Britain and Ireland. The Public Prosecution Service says there was enough evidence to prosecute Soldier F for the murders of James Wray and William McKinney. He also faces charges for the attempted murders of Patrick O’Donnell, Joseph Friel, Joe Mahon and Michael Quinn. SOUNDBITE of Director of Public Prosecutions Stephen Herron

Oyster farmer frets over Brexit in Irish grey area

Along the Irish border, an oyster farm has operated in disputed waters for 20 years – and with Brexit looming, its fate is uncertain.

Pettigoe: the village divided by the Irish border

The village of Pettigoe is divided by the Irish border, with one side in Northern Ireland and the other in the Irish Republic. Since the end of The Troubles both sides have re-integrated, but there are concerns that Brexit could cause new division, since there’s still no agreement on how the UK and Ireland will manage if they have different trade policies either side of the border.

Oyster farmer frets over Brexit in Irish grey area

Along the Irish border, an oyster farm has operated in disputed waters for 20 years – and with Brexit looming, its fate is uncertain.

Brexit stirs memories of The Troubles along Irish border

The border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic was once the epicentre of an armed conflict. Over 20 years have passed since the signing of the peace deal in 1998, but border communities are concerned that old wounds could be reopened if a no-deal Brexit creates a hard border between the two sides.

Irish PM Varadkar meets EU’s Juncker for talks in Brussels

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar meets with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels as Brexit talks continue to stall over the Irish border issue. IMAGES

May seeks to renegotiate EU divorce deal

(29 Jan 2019) Seeking to break Britain’s Brexit deadlock, Prime Minister Theresa May says she plans to ask the European Union to change its divorce deal with the U.K. by altering an Irish border guarantee that is opposed by many British lawmakers. (Jan. 29)

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Brexit bullion: fear of no-deal triggers Irish gold rush

In a windowless vault under the streets of Dublin there’s a pot of gold owned by anxious investors worried by the prospect of a no-deal Brexit. In 2018, Irish gold broker and safe-deposit business Merrion Vaults saw a 70 per cent rise in clients from the British province of Northern Ireland. They’re nervous about the pound plunging in value if the UK leaves the EU without an exit deal.