Lorry that contained 39 bodies leaves Essex industrial park | AFP

The lorry that contained 39 bodies has left the scene where it was discovered. The discovery in Essex’s Waterglade industrial park has led to the arrest of the 25-year-old Northern Irish driver who is on suspicion of murder. IMAGES of the lorry leaving the scene

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‘Off-Grid’ pensioner thrives in N. Ireland countryside | AFP

Margaret Gallagher, 77, has lived off the grid in the Northern Irish countryside for her whole life. She survives with no running water, electricity or internet, forging a green lifestyle that predates current trends.

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Game of Thrones gives Northern Ireland a tourism boost

The week the final season of Game of Thrones premieres, an exhibition opens in Belfast celebrating its costumes, set pieces and Northern Irish filming locations. The chief executive of Tourism Northern Ireland, John McGrillen, says the TV series has “driven up” the number of visitors coming to the country.

Families await legal decision over N. Ireland ‘Bloody Sunday’

Families in Londonderry march from the Bloody Sunday memorial to the city centre as Northern Irish prosecutors will announce whether 17 former British soldiers face charges for their part in the “Bloody Sunday” killings of 1972 — when 13 protesters were shot dead. IMAGES of the families marching

Cardiff City fans shocked by Sala’s disappearance

Fears grow in the Northern Irish border city of Londonderry that a car bomb detonated on Saturday marks the opening of a fresh chapter of paramilitary conflict, which residents worry is linked to the Brexit debate over Northern Ireland.

Europe heads off Gibraltar spat to save Brexit summit

Samantha Sacramento, the Gibraltar housing minister, speaks on the issue of Gibraltar’s sovereignty in the Brexit negotiations at a conference of the Democratic Unionist Party, the Northern Irish party whose support is vital to Prime Minister Theresa May’s government and Brexit plans.

DUP’s Foster: Brexit draft agreement fails May’s key commitments

Leader of the DUP, Arlene Foster, says the draft Brexit agreement does not deliver on PM Theresa May’s key commitments at the conference of the Democratic Unionist Party, the Northern Irish party whose support is vital to Prime Minister Theresa May’s government and EU exit plans. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES

Branagh’s directing: ‘I’ve been lucky and I’ve practiced’

Kenneth Branagh says his success at transitioning from acting to directing comes from two things: “I’ve been lucky and I’ve practiced.” The 57-year-old Northern Irish performer most recently directed “Murder on the Orient Express” and starred as the lavishly mustachioed lead character Detective Hercule Poirot. (Jan. 10)

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Free Derry: The IRA Drug War

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In February 2014, letter bombs were sent to nine British Military recruitment offices over the course of three days. Londonderry postmarks, a coded message sent to a Northern Irish newspaper, and security forces at Downing Street all pointed to the New IRA as the main suspects.

Last Summer, VICE News visited Derry and heard from Gary Donnelly – the most prominent dissident republican in Londonderry, accused of leading operations for the Real IRA – that these attacks on Britain were to be expected as part of “strategic attacks on high profile targets,” as “it’s England that’s occupying Ireland.”

In ‘Free Derry: The IRA Drug War’, VICE News investigate how, sixteen years after the Good Friday peace agreement and on the eve of the first major loyalist parade through the city in four years, dissident republican activity in Derry is increasing thanks to the merger of the Real IRA with anti-drugs vigilantes.

VICE News reporter Alex Miller speaks to members of the Republican Action Against Drugs (RAAD), who formed the coalition with the Real IRA, and meets supporters as young as thirteen who are being armed with petrol bombs to combat criminal gangs and intervening police.

For the first time, Paul Stewart, a close friend of slain Dublin Real IRA leader Alan Ryan, speaks on camera about witnessing the murder, as well as sharing insights on Ryan’s war against drug dealers.

Miller also interviews the mother of Andrew Smith, a man who she says was murdered by the Real IRA despite no affiliation with drugs related crime, before hearing from a Derry ex-drug dealer who now claims that, if the New IRA didn’t fight drugs, “this town would be filled with ecstasy and rat poison and kids would be dying.”

VICE encounter a city where kneecappings and shootings are rife, walls are branded with anti-UK slogans, and where a policeman can scarcely walk down the street – according to Gary Donnelly – “without being killed”.

In “Free Derry: The IRA Drug War”, VICE unmask the farcical veneer of the UK’s ‘City of Culture’ 2013.

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