This Just In: International Panel Finds British Government Protected State Forces from Prosecution

A REPORT by a panel of international human rights experts has concluded that the British government operated a “widespread, systematic, and systemic” practice of impunity protecting security forces from sanction during the conflict in the North.

The report: ‘Bitter Legacy: State Impunity in the Northern Ireland Conflict’, was compiled by an international expert panel convened by the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, who spent a year

This Just In: What’s It Like to Be Hibernian of the Year?

Sarah O'Brien

My Hibernian brothers and sisters from Boland Berry and Our Lady of the Rosary Divisions throw a great party every year to celebrate the start of the season, the Celebration of St. Brigid and St. Patrick. The event started with a lovely mass, followed by dinner and dancing as well as the introduction of the

This Just In: A United Ireland is Imminent / The New Taoiseach

Mike Mentel

The Cooper Union once again served as a historic venue when Mary Lou McDonald, Sinn Féin President, and Leader of the Opposition in the Dáil, addressed the Irish Unity Summit, declaring that, “We’ve run the numbers, and it is adding up to a vote in 2030 that will create a United Ireland.”

Ms. McDonald’s declaration was not one made-up of hope or wishful thinking. It is a declaration that recognizes