Twenty-five years after a Northern Ireland peace agreement, a controversial new law bans prosecution of crimes dating to the Troubles. Supporters deem it reconciliation. Victims see denial of justice.
Britain and the European Union signed a new agreement to solve one of Brexit's thorniest challenges: the trading status of Northern Ireland.
The international trade dispute has drawn widespread condemnation and threatened to disrupt the relative peace in Northern Ireland since the 1998 Good Friday Agreement in Belfast.
The Irish nationalist party hailed a "new era" as it captured the largest number of seats in the Northern Ireland Assembly for the first time.
The latest violence erupted amid anger from Protestant unionists concerned they're being isolated from the U.K. and pushed into a union with the republic of Ireland due to post-Brexit trade rules.
The European Union backtracked after a move to restrict the movement of vaccines between Ireland and Northern Ireland drew condemnation.
This is the first arrest in decades related to the bombings, after six men were wrongfully sentenced to life in prison for the attack but later released.