Arrest `sends wrong signal` for N Ireland peace: Adams

Irish republican leader Gerry Adams has criticised the Northern Ireland police`s handling of his arrest over a notorious IRA murder, saying it sent a wrong signal for the peace process that he remains "totally committed" to.

Talks to ease Northern Ireland tensions break down

Marathon talks between the leaders of Northern Ireland`s Catholic and Protestant communities broke down without agreement to ease tensions.

Peace talks in Belfast fail to reach deal

Overnight talks in Belfast failed to produce an agreement to resolve deep-seated divisions over parades and flags that triggered widespread rioting in Northern Ireland, though the US mediator leading the discussions said on Tuesday the process is not dead.

Small blast in Northern Ireland`s Belfast: Police

A small explosion hit Northern Ireland`s capital Belfast after authorities received a telephone bomb warning, police said.

More than 50 cops injured in Belfast clashes

Dozens of police officers were injured during riots by pro-British Protestants in Belfast, in what Northern Ireland`s police chief condemned on Saturday as "mindless anarchy".

Police injured in Belfast clashes

Police were attacked with bricks and bottles in Belfast during protests against a rally marking the introduction of imprisonment without trial in Northern Ireland.

Belfast riots: 32 police officers injured

Northern Ireland`s police commander says 32 officers have been wounded and reinforcements are arriving from Britain to combat rioting by Protestant extremists.

Bomb found under Northern Ireland policeman`s car

A bomb hidden beneath an off-duty policeman`s car parked on a major road in Northern Ireland was discovered before it could explode on Sunday.

Thousands in UK join anti-austerity march

Labour leader Ed Miliband is among dozens of speakers addressing crowds at the biggest march in London.

Cheryl Cole to go on solo tour

Former Girls Aloud star Cheryl Cole has announced her first solo arena tour, which will kick off in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on October 3.

Photographer shot in Belfast violence

A photographer was shot in the leg and rioters pelted police with petrol bombs in Belfast.

Junaid Khan stars in Pak win against Ireland

Pakistan bowled Ireland out for just 96 on the way to a seven-wicket win in the first ODI at Stormont to go 1-0 up in the two-game series.

Unraveling Belfast government faces `High Noon`

The survival of Northern Ireland`s power-sharing government was in doubt Monday as the British and Irish governments prepared to intervene directly to keep the Catholic-Protestant coalition alive.

Search finds bomb components in Northern Ireland prison

Prison authorities say they found bomb-making equipment inside a high security prison in Northern Ireland.

Hillary suffers misspeaking relapse in Belfast: Report

It seems Hillary Clinton refuses to learn from past mistakes -- yes, the US Secretary of State has "bombed" again with another war story that never happened, this time in Belfast.