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Four Martyrs - Ireland Irish republicans commemorate ‘Four Martyrs’ on centenary of their execution

One hundred years ago, during the Irish Civil War, the executive council of the British dominion of the Irish Free State executed four Irish republicans on December 8, 1922

Raise the Roof - Ireland Thousands march in Dublin demanding dignified housing for all 

Progressive organizations in Ireland have demanded that the national government implement emergency measures to address the growing housing crisis

The roar of a US warplane over a civilian Irish airport

For almost two decades, activists have waged an inspiring struggle against the use of the Shannon airport in Ireland by the US military. How does a government allow the military to use a civilian airport, they ask

What lies ahead for Sinn Féin after polls in the North of Ireland?

Mairéad Farrell, a Sinn Féin member of Parliament in Ireland, talks about the political situation in the aftermath of the elections to the legislature in the North of Ireland

Lab Scientists Strike - Ireland Medical lab scientists in Ireland demand parity in wages and recruitment

Adhering to the request of the Labor Court, the Medical Laboratory Scientists Association (MLSA) has agreed to continue talks with the authorities and the employers to negotiate their demands for fairer wages and better career development opportunities

Tens of thousands rally in North of Ireland for Irish language legislation

Close to 17,000 people, comprising Irish speakers, political parties, sports clubs and community organizations marched demanding “language recognition, respect and rights.”

Una nueva primavera para la unidad irlandesa

El pueblo de Irlanda está buscando soluciones progresistas a sus problemas, ya que los conservadores en Westminster y Dublín les han fallado.

A new spring for Irish unity

People across the island of Ireland are seeking progressive solutions to their issues as conservatives in Westminster and Dublin have failed them

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

Violence in Northern Ireland Fresh ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland spoil peace on 23rd anniversary of Good Friday Agreement

Pro-British groups carried out violent attacks in cities across Northern Ireland in the first week of April, threatening the hard earned peace in the region

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