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Ballymurphy families angry at Boris Johnson apology
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UK Government ‘truly sorry’ for Ballymurphy deaths
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UK Government apology 'bare minimum' for Ballymurphy families
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Cavalcade of cars makes its way through Ballymurphy following coroner’s ruling
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Ballymurphy families celebrate inquest findings
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Brother of shot priest visits grave ahead of Ballymurphy inquest findings
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McCann solicitor reacts to exclusion of soldiers' statements
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Hospitality and retail outlets reopen as NI takes major step out of lockdown
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Belfast riots a 'direct consequence of Brexit', ex-Irish PM tells Euronews
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Unrest rocks Belfast for eighth night despite calls for calm out of respect for Queen
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Ponies detained at Belfast port due to Brexit paperwork errors released
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Taoiseach warns of ‘very serious harm’ if people use Brexit to create dispute
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Clean-up underway after night of disorder in west Belfast
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'PM needs to take responsibility and go to Northern Ireland'
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Belfast: Stones and fireworks thrown at police
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Rioters blasted with water cannon in Belfast
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Northern Ireland Secretary welcomes united condemnation of violence
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NI secretary: ‘Violence is not acceptable’
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Police condemn ‘disgraceful’ scenes in Northern Ireland
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Police attacked in Belfast on Wednesday night
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Anger at police as Belfast sees further night of violence
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PM apologises 'unreservedly' over killing of 10 civilians in BallymurphyBoris Johnson has apologised "unreservedly" on behalf of the UK government over the killing of 10 innocent civilians in Ballymurphy, west Belfast, in 1971.
10 innocent people shot without justification at Ballymurphy, coroner findsTen people shot dead at Ballymurphy, west Belfast, in 1971 were innocent and their deaths were without justification, a coroner has ruled.
Murder trial of two former soldiers accused of killing IRA commander in 1972 collapsesThe trial of two former British soldiers for the shooting dead of an IRA commander in 1972 has collapsed at the Crown Court in Belfast.
Northern Ireland 2-0 Ukraine: Highlights from Euro 2022 play-off winWatch extended highlights as Northern Ireland seal their place at Euro 2022 with a 4-1 aggregate win over Ukraine in Belfast.
'When I play' - matchday inspiration as NI chase historyNorthern Ireland have the chance to make more history on Tuesday night when they play Ukraine in the second leg of their Euro 2022 qualifier in Belfast.
Gun salutes to be fired across UK to mark Prince Philip's 'legacy of indomitable spirit'Gun salutes marking the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, will take place in London, Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh as well as aboard some Royal Navy ships and in Gibraltar today.
Bus set on fire and photographer attacked in disorder in Belfast ahead of emergency meetingViolence has again resumed on the streets of Belfast ahead of an emergency meeting of the Northern Ireland Assembly, with a bus hijacked and set on fire and a photographer attacked.
Boy, 13, among arrests after 15 police officers injured in Belfast riotA 13-year-old boy is one of eight people arrested after 15 police officers were injured during rioting in Belfast.
World Cup qualifiers: Northern Ireland forced to settle for scoreless draw against BulgariaNorthern Ireland's World Cup qualifying hopes are dented by a disappointing 0-0 draw against Bulgaria in Belfast.
Carl Frampton: Belfast man says defeat by Herring will end his career but insists 'that's not going to happen'Carl Frampton says defeat by Jamel Herring in Saturday's world title bout will end his career but is confident "that's not going to happen".
Ireland v Great Britain: Series ends level after 1-1 draw in Belfast deciderIzzy Petter's late equaliser earns Great Britain a 1-1 draw with Ireland as the three-game series in Belfast finishes level.
Highlights: Olympic champions Great Britain beat Ireland 2-1 in series openerOlympic champions Great Britain fight back from conceding an early goal to beat Ireland 2-1 in the opening game of the three-match series in Belfast.
Belfast and Larne port staff pulled over 'upsurge in sinister behaviour'An "upsurge in sinister and menacing behaviour in recent weeks" has led to all regulatory animal-based food checks to be suspended at Belfast and Larne ports.
Belfast axes inpatient operations as UK hospitals pushed to the brinkBelfast's health trust has cancelled all planned inpatient operations this week as hospital staff across the UK say they are being stretched to their limits.
Anti-Masker Kicked Off UK Flight, Coughs on EveryoneAnti-mask rants, and dangerous COVID behavior, aren't just a U.S. problem -- an angry passenger spewed her breath on fellow fliers when she was kicked off a UK flight. The incident went down Sunday on..
Sacking of UK minister who broke Northern Ireland logjam dismays Belfast, DublinBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sacked the minister who helped end three years of political paralysis in Northern Ireland, prompting criticism on Thursday that Johnson was indifferent to the..
Northern Ireland's politicians return to work after three-year standoffNorthern Ireland's main political parties sat down together in Belfast on Saturday to form a power-sharing government and end a three-year standoff that threatened a key part of the province's 1998..
DUP concede deputy leader Dodds has lost in UK parliamentThe Democratic Unionist Party conceded that its deputy leader, Nigel Dodds, had lost his seat in the British parliament on Friday as counting in his Belfast constituency came to a close.
DUP would oppose reported EU Brexit offer over Northern Ireland vetoThe small Northern Irish party supporting the British government would emphatically oppose any scheme to give the devolved assembly in Belfast a way out of a Brexit backstop after a number of years, a..
Northern Irish activist joins other Brexit cases in Supreme CourtA Northern Irish rights campaigner whose case against Britain leaving the European Union without a deal was dismissed by Belfast's High Court last week succeeded on Monday in joining two other..
Northern Irish 'no-deal' Brexit challenge dismissed in courtBelfast's High Court dismissed on Thursday a case arguing that a British exit from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement would contravene Northern Ireland's 1998 peace accord, saying the..
Northern Irish activist to appeal dismissal of 'no-deal' Brexit caseA Northern Irish rights campaigner will appeal the dismissal by Belfast's High Court on Thursday of his case arguing that a British exit from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement would..
Northern Irish court to make no-deal Brexit ruling on ThursdayBelfast's High Court is to rule on Thursday on the legality of a British exit from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement after an activist argued such a move would not be compatible with..
UK PM Johnson holds Belfast talks on Brexit backstop riddleBritain's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson held talks in Northern Ireland on Wednesday in a bid to untangle an impasse over the Irish border "backstop" that has scuppered all efforts to secure an..
Northern Ireland police discover bomb under officer's carPolice in Northern Ireland discovered a bomb under a police officer's car in Belfast on Saturday that they said was probably planted by militant nationalists intent on killing one of their officers had..