Human Rights26 Mar 2017 09:00 GMT
When infant remains were found in a former home for unwed mothers last month, it didn't come as a surprise to everyone.
Middle East27 Jul 2016 07:06 GMT
While some are motivated by a genuine desire to help, others have come seeking personal glory, fighters say.
War & Conflict13 Apr 2016 07:39 GMT
Ex-serviceman who built communications infrastructure for US drone programme in Afghanistan speaks out against it.
Racism17 Mar 2016 08:27 GMT
Are memes calling the Irish "the first slaves" an attempt to derail conversations about slavery and modern-day racism?
Ireland06 Mar 2016 10:59 GMT
Women incarcerated in Catholic Church-run institutions and forced to work for free remember those who died in them.
Human Rights26 Feb 2016 09:34 GMT
Victims of the brutal practice of symphysiotomy share their stories and question the government's redress scheme.
North Korea threatens to sink approaching US carrier
France: All you need to know about Le Pen and Macron
Macron, Le Pen set to face off in final round
India's 'oldest mosque': A lesson in religious harmony
Israel-Europe gas deal sparks criticism
N Korea warns of 'full-out war' with nuclear weapons
The lawyers on the front line of Duterte's drug war
Killed for their bones - On the trail of the trade in human body parts
Deadly Israeli strikes target Syria's Quneitra
Egypt's Sisi visits Saudi after months of tension
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