Ireland

On Sept. 1, Bishop Francis Duffy of Ardagh announced to a packed basilica that the church had officially recognized 68-year-old Carroll's healing.
Kevin Spinale August 16, 2019
The Troubles in Northern Ireland were fought mainly by children—young men and women from Northern Ireland and young British soldiers from other parts of the United Kingdom.
U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on June 5 in Shannon, Ireland. Mr. Varadkar had pledged that Ireland would be a leader in responding to climate change, but it is not necessarily doing any better than the United States is. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Keith Adams August 05, 2019
In May, Ireland became only the second country in the world to declare a “climate and biodiversity emergency.” But was it only a “greenwashing” move to distract climate activists from more oil and gas drilling?
Joseph McAuley June 28, 2019
“That’s what I want, a pleasure trip to Ireland,” said the president. It proved to be the stop Kennedy needed after tense, Cold War–era conferences in other European capitals.
In the midst of a bitter gangland feud in the Irish capital, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin has moved to ensure that funerals of those killed are not used as overt shows of wealth or perceived influence.
Helen McKendry holds a family photo with her mother, Jean McConville, at home in Killyleagh, Northern Ireland, in 2012 (AP Photo/Peter Morrison).
Terry Golway May 15, 2019
Patrick Radden Keefe delivers a searing portrait of Irish women and men struggling to make sense of their past and their memories.