Brexit revives specter of Northern Ireland violence
Northern Ireland's Catholic community rejects a hard post-Brexit division of the island. But many Protestants fear that if Northern Ireland were given special status, as the EU has proposed, that could be a first step toward a united Ireland.
20 years after Good Friday Agreement, Northern Ireland faces uncertain future
On April 10, 1998, the Good Friday Agreement was signed in Belfast, putting an end to three decades of bloodshed in Northern Ireland.
May secures deal to back minority government
British Prime Minister Theresa May has signed a so-called 'confidence and supply' deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party to prop up her minority government.
Former UK police chief: 'We are facing disorganised terrorism'
Sir Hugh Orde is a former British police chief who was at the forefront of the fight against terrorism, working at Scotland Yard in London and as chief constable in Northern Ireland.