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Belfast police find substantial quantity of explosives in republican area

Police have discovered what is being described as a substantial quantity of explosives in a republican district of north Belfast this evening. A 47-year-old has been arrested in connection with the explosives find in flats in the New Lodge area. The discovery was made during searches of Maeve House near North Queen Street today, the […]

May 2nd, 2014 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

Michaela’s photos of her body

The only word that her family could use to describe that fact that Michaela’s photos of her dead body were published, was appalling. The 27 year old teacher from Ireland was killed in her honeymoon in Mauritius in her hotel room. The Mauritius Sunday Times have done the publication of the photos of the room […]

July 16th, 2012 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

Four to appear in court after the riots in Ardoyne

Four men are going to appear in court after the riots in Ardoyne. The men aged between 18 and 41 and are charged of public order offences. In the riots, twenty police officers were injured and ten gunshots were fired against them. The riots followed the two parades that took place in Belfast by the […]

July 14th, 2012 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

Twenty police officers injured in Belfast

Last night was a difficult one for the Belfast police, due to the parade of the Orangemen and the gunshots that occurred. According to the Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr, people had to mark a halt on the troubles that took place last night. He stated that: “I am angry that we have these three […]

July 13th, 2012 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

Peaceful solution for the parades in Ardoyne today

Every year there are too many parades done together in Belfast in order to celebrate the battle between King William the Third and King James the second, and the first’s victory. These parades, however, tend to create controversies. So this year, the Orangemen decided to find a peaceful solution in order to have the parades […]

July 12th, 2012 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

IRA testimony to be given to the US

The police service of Northern Ireland has the secret testimony of one of the bombers of the IRA, who took part in the murder of Jean McConville in 1972. The woman, who is a suspect of being part of the murder, gave the testimony, which now has been handed to the police. However, in the […]

July 9th, 2012 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

Dead body found by police in Carrickrobin, N.Ireland

Remains of the dead body were found by the police and it is suspected after the results of the identification that it was the body of Gerry Evans who has disappeared in 1979 in Castleblaybey, County Monaghan. The police was about to close the case due to the fact that had not any element or […]

March 15th, 2012 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

Tibor Cervenak and the Irish Dream

Tibor Cervenak is coming from Czech Republic and he is an abstract painting artist who had a new lease of life in Belfast, N.Ireland. He started working in a cleaning company and then as a taxi driver in Belfast when Czech Republic joined EU in 2004 and there were working opportunities abroad. When he collected […]

October 29th, 2010 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

18-year old boy accused of petrol bombing on Rashakarin Orange

An 18-year-old man has been accused of petrol bombing in County Antrim in the summer, July, 6. Moreover, the accusations are connected to arson and owning and throwing petrol bombs. The boy, whose origins are from Rashakarin, is expected to present at North Antrim Young Court on Tuesday, 26th of October 2010.

October 13th, 2010 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »

Two deaths on Saturday night in Country Antrim

A 33-year-old mother of three children was killed on Saturday night by her husband. Her body was found by the police at their home. Her husband’s body was found later on and it is believed that he committed suicide after his wife murder. Further investigations are held to figure out the cause of the crime.

October 6th, 2010 | Posted in N. Ireland | Read More »