Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan expects “rigorous impartiality” from UK ministers in talks as Troubles killings overshadow Theresa May's DUP deal
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One of the suspects in the London attack who was shot dead by police on Saturday was carrying an Irish identity card.
Ireland's national police force An Garda Síochána arrested two men in Dublin on Monday, May 8 for offenses under Ireland's 2015 Terrorist Offenses Act.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland said a "sizeable" viable explosive device was found outside a primary school in north Belfast on April 23
Ireland's Citizens' Assembly voted on April 22 that the controversial Eighth Amendment to the constitution which limits access to abortion should be amended.
Fourteen people from Afghanistan and Iran were found on April 2 in the back of a refrigerated truck carrying fruit at the Rosslare Europort in Ireland
Irish republican paramilitary group the New IRA says it struck a police vehicle with an explosively formed projectile mortar in Strabane on March 21
Negotiations to establish a new power-sharing executive in Northern Ireland between Sinn Féin and the DUP have broken down
An envelope containing explosive material addressed to a financial institution in Dublin was intercepted at mail sorting centre in France
Coverage of the funeral of past Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness, a former IRA commander turned Sinn Féin peacemaker.