In March, British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to begin the process of having the United Kingdom formally exit the European Union. While a majority of voters in the UK voted to leave the EU, voters in Northern Ireland…
By Ivette Feliciano and Zachary Green
In Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, hundreds of colorful murals line the city’s streets, detailing a century’s worth of conflict and political division.
By Ivette Feliciano
A divided UK voted to leave the European Union last week, and Brits are coming to the realization of what it all means. We spoke to Daniela Schwarzer at the German Marshall Fund of the United States about what comes…
By Larisa Epatko
Every five years, Britons elect members of Parliament. But after this year's vote on Thursday, the results of the new government might not be known for days.
By Larisa Epatko
In Northern Ireland, in a city notorious for its Protestant-Catholic tensions, a beautifully intricate structure has been drawing large crowds.
Conversation: Colum McCann, Author of 'TransAtlantic'…
By PBS NewsHour
The Irish Republican Army announced Thursday it would end all armed campaigns and work purely through political channels in what could be a historic step forward in advancing the stalled 1997 peace deal.
The Northern Ireland peace process, stalled for more than a year, lurched back into motion Tuesday with dual announcements that the Irish Republican Army had surrendered more arms and the British government would hold key elections Nov. 26.
In a move that threatens to derail the last four years of peace talks in Northern Ireland, the Irish Republican Army ended its cooperation with the international commission established to disarm all sides in the conflict.
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