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The Times of Israel
Belfast's last Jews shown on the Beeb
Aaron Black, one of less than a handful of young Jews remaining in Belfast, Northern Ireland, holds out little hope for the survival of the city's Jewish community.
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GPs are key to supporting community care - Poots
Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th March 2014 - Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Haass warns NI violence could return
Former US diplomat Dr Richard Haass chaired peace talks on flags, parades and Northern Ireland's troubled past but the negotiations broke up without agreement on New Year's Eve Richard Haass has warned that violence could re-emerge in Northern Ireland if progress is not made in dealing with the legacy of the Troubles.
A soldier has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a corporal from Ballymoney who served in the First Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment.
Gerry Kelly's Castlederg IRA speech - didn't break Stormont code'
Complaints that a Northern Ireland assembly member glorified terrorism during a speech last summer have been dismissed by a standards watchdog.
Belfast mayor is in Albany for Irish museum event
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW...BLOWING SNOW...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM WEDNESDAY TO 5 AM EDT THURSDAY.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Cara Park: "Continue the fight for equality in the face of...
I stand before you today as a woman unfree, in spite of the location of my birth here in the European Union, a colony of the British empire, the island of Ireland, Eire.
Wounded officer is White House guest
Victims and dealing with the legacy of the Troubles in Northern Ireland are likely to feature as themes for this year's St Patrick's Day events at the White House A policeman who was hurt in a knife attack at a sectarian flashpoint in Belfast is among guests invited to the White House to mark St Patrick's Day.
UUP issues proposals on parades, flags, past
The UUP says the legacy of the Troubles must be resolved by affirming Northern Ireland's position within the UK and by refusing to rewrite history to let those responsible for terrorism off the hook.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
A baby is being treated in hospital following an incident in east Belfast and pipe bombs thrown at homes in Londonderry are being treated as racist attacks.
Speech: Villiers: 'On The Run' Scheme Over
Secretary of State addresses the Association of European Journalists about victims, support for the rule of law and the politics of delivery It is a great pleasure to speak to the Association of European Journalists here in Belfast this afternoon and I am grateful to Eileen Dunne, Martin Allioth and Michael Fisher for their kind invitation to do ... (more)
Fri Mar 07, 2014
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Belize Fairtrade producers visit Northern Ireland
R: Chris Boyd, Co-operative Northern Ireland, and Dr Christopher Stange, Hon. Consul for St Vincent and the Grenadines and Chair of Fairtrade Belfast with Alfredo Ortega, Belize Fairtrade Sugar Farmer's Association displaying the Fairtrade hamper that was donated by the Co-operative and the Consulate for St Vincent and the Grenadines question ... (more)
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Lena Headey's back to her future in the 300 sequel
Relaxing in a Beverly Hills hotel suite, Lena Headey flashes a coy smile when she's asked about reprising her Queen Gorgo role in the 300 sequel.
Board was briefed insists Baggott
Northern Ireland's chief constable has insisted members of his oversight body - the Policing Board - were fully briefed about a process to deal with on-the-run IRA suspects.
Queen University Belfast President and Vice-Chancellor Professor...
Queen University Belfast President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston welcome former US president Bill Clinton to the William J. Clinton Leadership Institute at Riddel Hall, Belfast Northern Ireland's peace process has set an example to the world, former US President Bill Clinton told business leaders in Belfast last night.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Former US President Bill Clinton has urged the people of Northern Ireland to "finish the job" of peace-building, during his visit to Londonderry.
Clinton visit an "honour" - Hume
SDLP founder and past leader John Hume has said former US President Bill Clinton's visit to Londonderry is an "incredible honour" for the city.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Paul Clark: Trooper Mark McKeen
"Furthermore, he was a sniper! How cool is that?" With those words the Commanding Officer of the Royal Dragoon Guards had everyone's attention.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Curtain to go up on 'The Man Who Came to Dinner'
The curtain will go up on the 2014 Portadown Drama Festival in Portadown Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday March 11. Mr Ewart was a teacher of French and Spanish for 23 years and retired recently from working as a schools' inspector.
Donaghmore author's career going from strength to strength
Speaking to the TIMES Emma said she was delighted when offered the book deal: "I was delighted when they came back and offered me a four book deal, the first of those four has just been released.