The Listening Post

Documenting the Troubles: Journalism and justice in N Ireland

While the conflict is formally over, unsolved killings left in its wake have kept the Troubles alive in the media.

United Kingdom

May seeks to reassure citizens of Northern Ireland over Brexit

'We'll find a way to deliver Brexit that honours our commitments to Northern Ireland,' British PM Theresa May said.

Ireland

Explained: Northern Ireland, Brexit and New IRA attacks

Last month, a car bomb attack in Londonderry attracted huge media interest, with journalists linking violence to Brexit.

Analysis: Northern Ireland, Brexit and New IRA violence

Ireland

Northern Ireland fears Brexit triggering violence

Brexit has opened up a debate over the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Ireland

Irish lower house passes bill to ban Israeli settlement goods

Israel accuses Irish parliament of hypocrisy and anti-Semitism after latter passes bill to outlaw settlement goods.

Irish lower house passes bill to ban Israeli settlement goods

Europe

No-deal Brexit threatens key Ireland border

Failure to reach Brexit deal could cause new territorial dispute between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Brexit

May to present Brexit plan B after humiliating defeat

As the UK heads towards Brexit, prime minister to attempt getting her deal approved by MPs again.

Brexit: After humiliating defeat, Theresa May to present plan B

Europe

Northern Ireland prepares for worst-case Brexit scenario

Many fear the return of a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, which is in the EU.

Brexit

'EU won't allow us out and London won't fight for us'

Some in Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK, feel abandoned by London as Brexit nears.

Brexit, Northern Ireland and a hard border: What you need to know

Brexit

Irish PM: Brexit undermines Good Friday Agreement

Uncertainty about the status of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland is a major obstacle in Brexit talks.

Irish PM: Brexit undermines Good Friday Agreement

United Kingdom

N Ireland: KKK incident at Islamic centre probed as hate crime

Investigation under way after several people dressed in costumes of white supremacist group pose outside Islamic centre.

N Ireland: KKK incident at Islamic centre probed as hate crime

Ireland

Ireland re-elects president, set to scrap blasphemy law

Higgins wins 55.8 percent of the vote to secure second term, while exit polls show blasphemy law set to be dumped.

Ireland re-elects Michael Higgins as president

Human Rights

Who are the 2018 UN Human Rights Prize winners?

Asma Jahangir, Rebeca Gyumi, Joenia Wapichana and Front Line Defenders honoured by the UN for promoting human rights.

UN names Human Rights Prize winners for 2018

Brexit

May: UK could seek extension to Brexit transition

Question of the Irish border remains a major hurdle as London and Brussels seek to agree the terms of UK withdrawal.

UK could seek extension to Brexit transition, says Theresa May

United Kingdom

Anti-Brexit protesters gather to demand second referendum

Britons march in London demanding 'people's vote' to give public final say on UK's political future as EU talks stall.

Anti-Brexit protesters gather to demand second referendum