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Brexit: N.Irish court sets Sept. 6 for challenge to parliament suspension

30 Aug 2019

BELFAST A legal challenge seeking to place an interim block on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's order to suspend parliament will be heard in a Northern Irish court next week, a judge said on Friday.

Brexit: Northern Irish court sets September 6 for challenge to parliament suspension

30 Aug 2019

BELFAST A legal challenge seeking to place an interim block on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's order to suspend parliament will be heard in a Northern Irish court next week, a judge said on Friday.

Brexit: Northern Irish court sets Sept. 6 for challenge to parliament suspension

30 Aug 2019

BELFAST A legal challenge seeking to place an interim block on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's order to suspend parliament will be heard in a Northern Irish court next week, a judge said on Friday.

Blast targets police near Northern Ireland border: officers

19 Aug 2019

BELFAST A device exploded in Northern Ireland near the border with Ireland early on Monday in what police said was an attempt to kill officers looking into an earlier incident.

Titanic shipyard Harland and Wolff to file for insolvency

06 Aug 2019

BELFAST Harland and Wolff, the Belfast shipyard that built the Titanic, was put into administration on Monday after its bankrupt Norwegian owner failed to find a buyer and calls for its nationalisation were rebuffed. | Video

Johnson holds Belfast talks on Brexit backstop riddle

01 Aug 2019

BELFASTBritain's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson held talks with allies in Northern Ireland on Wednesday in a bid to solve the Irish border conundrum that has scuppered all efforts to secure an orderly withdrawal from the European Union. | Video

Sinn Fein says Brexit threat means Dublin should prepare for Irish unification

30 Jul 2019

Belfast Northern Ireland's largest nationalist party on Tuesday called on the Irish government to prepare for the unification of the British region with EU-member Ireland, saying "bullish" Boris Johnson's Brexit posed a threat.

'Very unhelpful': Ireland scolds British PM Johnson over Brexit

26 Jul 2019

BELFAST Ireland said on Friday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's approach to Brexit was "very unhelpful" and that the new British leader appeared set on a collision course with the European Union that would preclude an orderly exit with a deal.

New Northern Irish police chief warns of detrimental Brexit impact to peace

14 Jul 2019

BELFAST Northern Ireland's new police chief warned on Saturday that a hard Brexit could have a "detrimental" impact on two decades of peace in the British-run province and risk his officers becoming targets for militants.

Petrol bombs thrown at Northern Irish police on eve of marches

12 Jul 2019

BELFAST Rioters threw petrol bombs at police in Northern Ireland overnight on the eve of annual parades that often raise tensions between pro-British Protestants and Irish nationalist Catholics in the British region, police said on Friday.

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