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Bloody Sunday - Northern Ireland Irish people mark 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday massacre

On January 30, 1972, 14 civilians were shot dead and several others injured by the British army during a civil rights march on the streets of Derry in Northern Ireland

Widespread outrage in Ireland over femicide of Ashling Murphy

The 23-year-old primary school teacher was murdered while she was jogging on the canal walkway near Tullamore in County Offaly

Ballymurphy Massacre Northern Ireland After five-decade-long British cover up, victims of Ballymurphy massacre proved innocent

In a historic victory for truth and justice, a judge in Belfast declared that all the 10 victims killed by British paratroopers in the 1971 Ballymurphy massacre in Northern Ireland were innocent

Interview - Communist Party of Ireland “The representatives of the Irish ruling class stand weakened”

Eugene McCartan, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Ireland (CPI), talks about the political situation in Ireland and the government’s handling of COVID-19

Irish housing rights Irish housing rights group demands ban on evictions during COVID-19 crisis

A Day of Action was observed on June 17 on the call of the Community Action Tenants Union of Ireland. The COVID-19 lockdown has worsened the plight of tenants and homeless people in Irish cities

Establishment parties defy people’s mandate in Ireland, agree on coalition government

Rival establishment parties Fianna Fail and Finn Gael have agreed to form the new government in the Republic of Ireland with the support of the Green party which is led by Eamon Ryan 

Ireland protests George Floyd Progressives in Ireland unite to demand justice for George Floyd

Marches in solidarity with the anti-racist protests in the US were held, defying police restrictions, in Dublin in the Irish Republic and Belfast in Northern Ireland. Protesters, however, adhered to the COVID-19 safety protocol

On May Day, the working class in Europe resolved to defeat both COVID-19 and capitalism

Major trade unions and workers’ parties across Europe organized May Day events in public and online platforms adhering to safety protocols due to lockdown.

Shannon airport Ireland Irish activists demand ouster of US military from Shannon airport

The US military was allowed to use the Shannon airport after 2001 attacks on the World Trade Centre . Activists have accused the government of weakening the traditional policy of Irish neutrality by catering to US imperialist ambitions.

Anti-racist rally Ireland Dublin’s anti-racist march for peace emphasizes ‘no room for hate’ in Ireland

The Irish government launched a public consultation earlier in October to strengthen the country’s existing laws regulating hate speech and hate crimes, and the right wing forces have opposed the move.

A revitalized left prepares for fresh battles in Europe A revitalized left prepares for fresh battles in Europe

The 15th meeting of the European Communist Youth Organizations saw major discussions on the resurgence of the left in the continent, as well as the way forward

Shipyard workers protest-Northern Ireland Irish workers intensify struggle to save jobs at the Harland and Wolff shipyard

The 158-year-old Harland & Wolff shipyard, located in Belfast, landed in trouble when its current owner, Dolphin Drilling, filed for bankruptcy earlier this year.

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