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UK Government apology 'bare minimum' for Ballymurphy families
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Ballymurphy massacre verdict finds British soldiers killed innocent civilians
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Brother of shot priest visits grave ahead of Ballymurphy inquest findings
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Watch: India receives 3 oxygen generators, 1000 ventilators arrive from UK
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Trial of two veterans accused of IRA leader murder collapses
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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson announces DUP leadership bid
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Northern Ireland at a crossroads as partition centenary reflects division
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Northern Ireland's centenary: 100 years since partition
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Hospitality and retail outlets reopen as NI takes major step out of lockdown
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Northern Ireland leader Arlene Foster announces resignation
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Arlene Foster resigns as First Minister and DUP leader
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NI First Minister Arlene Foster announces her resignation
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Arlene Foster announces resignation as DUP leader and First Minister
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Northern Ireland: Why are people rioting and who is behind it?
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Never-seen-before pictures show ‘heroics’ of UK Covid-19 vaccine programme
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Firefighters battle huge gorse blaze in Mourne Mountains
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Ponies detained at Belfast port due to Brexit paperwork errors released
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Northern Ireland takes further steps out of lockdown
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NI’s exit from lockdown ‘will move faster if possible’ – Arlene Foster
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PM needs to be ‘active and engaged’ in Northern Ireland
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Clashes in N.Ireland after protests over Brexit 'protocol'
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Daily politics briefing: April 16
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'Landmark day' for Northern Ireland as coronavirus restrictions eased
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If Johnson thinks families in Northern Ireland will accept 'amnesty for murders' - he is mistakenThe prime minister has achieved the almost impossible - uniting unionist and nationalist parties in Northern Ireland in opposition to his plan to end historical prosecutions.
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Troubles amnesty will coincide with 1971 Ballymurphy shootings inquest verdictAn amnesty on historical prosecutions in Northern Ireland will apply to former soldiers and to terrorists, under plans expected to be announced in tomorrow's Queen's Speech.
PM invites devolved leaders to Union summit - as he hails 'Team UK'The prime minister has called a summit with the leaders of the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, saying the UK is "best served when we work together".
The Players Podcast: When planning your celebration goes right - Marissa Callaghan on dream NI goalNorthern Ireland player Marissa Callaghan explains the events leading up to her scoring in a 2-0 win over Ukraine that saw the nation qualify for its first major tournament.
Stormont minister threatens legal action over Northern Ireland post-Brexit tradingA Northern Ireland minister has threatened legal action against the UK and the EU over post-Brexit trading arrangements.
Queen says 'reconciliation' in Northern Ireland 'cannot be taken for granted'The Queen has said that "reconciliation, equality and mutual understanding" in Northern Ireland "cannot be taken for granted", in a message released to mark the country's centenary.
Women's World Cup 2023 Qualifier: England to face Northern Ireland in group stageEngland and Northern Ireland will meet in Group D of European qualifying for the 2023 World Cup, which will be held in Australia and New Zealand.
Arlene Foster to step down as DUP leader and Northern Ireland's first minister, she tells Sky NewsArlene Foster has told Sky News she will step down as DUP leader and Northern Ireland's first minister, following calls within the party for a leadership contest.
Northern Ireland's mountains 'like volcanoes exploding' as crews battle devastating wildfireA huge wildfire on Northern Ireland's Mourne Mountains, declared a major incident by the Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS), is causing "incredible" damage to the environment.
Firefighting efforts escalated as inferno rages on Northern Ireland's highest peakFirefighters are escalating efforts to extinguish a significant wildfire that has been alight for two days on Northern Ireland's highest peak, Slieve Donard.
Celebrity doctor being sued by Arlene Foster tells court he has 'mental health problems'The celebrity doctor being sued by Northern Ireland's first minister over false rumours of an extra-marital affair has told a court he is suffering from "quite serious mental health problems".
Chloe McCarron: Northern Ireland midfielder leaves Birmingham City for personal reasonsNorthern Ireland international Chloe McCarron leaves Birmingham City for personal reasons.
Veterans minister Johnny Mercer leaves government amid row over protections for ex-soldiersVeterans minister Johnny Mercer has left the government amid his unhappiness over a lack of progress on legislation designed to protect ex-soldiers who served in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland 'entering brighter times' as lockdown exit plans brought forwardNorthern Ireland is "entering brighter and better times" as its lockdown exit plans have been brought forward.
Euro 2022: A lifetime goal, a broken leg and Panini stickers - inside NI's historic winIn a column for BBC Sport, Rachel Furness reflects on helping Northern Ireland make history, sustaining a broken leg and collecting football stickers.
DUP leader Arlene Foster tells court claims of affair with protection officer 'very distressing'Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster has told a court that unfounded allegations of an extramarital affair with a close protection officer, tweeted by a celebrity doctor, have been "very..
Euro 2022: Feel-good Northern Ireland the ultimate underdog storyThe NI women's team's rise from being disbanded in 2000 to qualifying for Euro 2022 to is nothing short of astonishing says BBC Sport NI's Andy Gray.
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.
Euro 2022 play-offs: Marissa Callaghan puts Northern Ireland ahead against UkraineCaptain Marissa Callaghan gives Northern Ireland the lead in the second leg to move her side 3-1 in front on aggregate against Ukraine in their Euro 2022 play-off.
Euro 2022: 'It's just a game of football' - dealing with the biggest match in NI's history"It's just another game" has been the rhetoric for Northern Ireland before Tuesday's Euro 2022 play-off second leg with Ukraine, yet this is a match like no other.
'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.
Adults coercing kids to join Northern Ireland violence could be committing 'child abuse'Adults coercing children to take part in violent clashes in Northern Ireland could be committing child abuse, a child protection expert has suggested.
Masters 2021: Justin Rose leads at Augusta National, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson miss cutJustin Rose holds the lead heading into round three at the Masters but defending champion Dustin Johnson and Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy miss the cut.
Another night of unrest in Northern Ireland despite calls for calm in wake of Duke's deathStones, bottles and petrol bombs have been thrown at police officers on another night of unrest in Northern Ireland.
Euro 2022: Northern Ireland beat Ukraine in first leg of play-offGoals from Rachel Furness and Simone Magill help Northern Ireland to a first leg victory over Ukraine
The role of social media in stirring up unrest in Northern IrelandNearly every night for almost two weeks, there's been rioting in Northern Ireland. The police describe it as the worst unrest there in recent years.
Euro 2022: 'Winning both games is all we think of' - Northern Ireland boss Shiels upbeat for Ukraine play-offNorthern Ireland are focused only on winning both legs of their Euro 2022 play-off against Ukraine, insists manager Kenny Shiels.
The Masters 2021: Rory McIlroy hits his father on leg with errant shotNorthern Ireland's Rory McIlroy picks out his own father, Gerry, on the seventh hole, striking his leg with an errant approach shot on the way to a four-over par 76 in the opening round of the 2021..
Why has violence broken out in Northern Ireland?More than a week of unrest has rocked Northern Ireland in what police have described as the worst violence seen in the country in years.
NI ministers condemn 'deplorable' violence following emergency meetingThe Northern Ireland Executive has condemned "deplorable" riots in which more than 50 police officers have been injured in the last week.
Euro 2022 play-off: In-form NI forward Magill 'super excited' over Ukraine play-offNorthern Ireland striker Simone Magill hopes to bring her goalscoring form into the Euro 2022 play-off against Ukraine.
Masters 2021: Rory McIlroy looking at 'big picture' after swing troublesNorthern Ireland's Rory McIlroy says he is looking at the "big picture" after enlisting the help of swing coach Pete Cowen.
'Criminal gangs' encouraging children into violence on Northern Ireland's streets, say policeFears are growing that "disaffected criminal elements" are encouraging young people to orchestrate violence in Northern Ireland.
Petrol bombs and bricks hurled at police in third night of violence in Northern IrelandPolice in Northern Ireland came under attack for a third night in a row as tensions spiralled into violence across the region.
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: Northern Ireland challenger claims champion Herring's late arrival in Dubai a 'big mistake'Carl Frampton says champion Jamel Herring's decision to arrive in Dubai only a week before their world title fight is "absolutely a mistake".
Northern Ireland 1-2 USA: Christian Pulisic helps USA past Northern IrelandNorthern Ireland's search for a first win during 90 minutes under Ian Baraclough stretches to 10 matches as the USA won a low-key friendly 2-1.
Ireland 'not aware' of any vaccine jabs offer from UKDublin has said it is unaware of any offer of spare COVID jabs from the UK following reports Britain planned to share millions of doses, partly to help Northern Ireland exit lockdown.
World Cup qualifiers: Northern Ireland 'need to believe more' - BaracloughIan Baraclough believes Northern Ireland's second-half performance in Thursday's 2-0 defeat by Italy in World Cup qualifying was "a lot more like the team we are".
World Cup qualifiers: Dominant first-half display gives Italy victory over dogged Northern IrelandA commanding first-half display by Italy condemned Northern Ireland to a 2-0 defeat in their opening World Cup qualifier in Parma.
DUP vows to 'vigorously oppose' UK government on abortion servicesThe UK government is making a highly unusual intervention after Northern Ireland's devolved government failed to establish abortion services.
Scotland and Northern Ireland reveal when stay-at-home orders will endScotland's stay-at-home order will be lifted on 2 April and replaced with a "stay local" message, with Northern Ireland set to follow 10 days later.
EU launches legal action against UK for 'breaching' Northern Ireland ProtocolThe European Union has launched legal action against the UK for making changes to Northern Ireland's trading arrangements, an EU official said.
PM holds 'frank' talks with DUP over Northern Ireland Protocol - as Sinn Fein snub 'PR stunt'The prime minister has held "frank" conversations with the DUP about the Northern Ireland Protocol during a visit to the region, while he was snubbed by Sinn Fein.
Tribute to COVID heroes is part of £3m programme to mark centenary of Northern IrelandBoris Johnson is giving his backing to a programme of events to mark the centenary of Northern Ireland in May this year.
Scotland-N Ireland rail tunnel and air fares cut part of Johnson's UK travel revolutionRadical plans to speed up travel around the UK - including a rail tunnel between Scotland and Northern Ireland - are being unveiled by Boris Johnson.
Loyalist groups withdraw support for Good Friday Agreement over Brexit border dealLoyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have withdrawn their support for the Good Friday Agreement in protest at post-Brexit border arrangements.
EU will go to court over UK 'unilateral action' on Northern Ireland protocolThe European Union has said it will take legal action over Britain's "unilateral action" over the Northern Ireland protocol.
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