IRELAND. HISTORIC STEP FOR EQUALITY

Ireland has become the first country to legalise same-sex marriage through a popular vote, with indications from all count centres across the country showing ‘Yes’ votes outnumbering ‘No’ votes by about two-to-one

Read More

Reaching Out

There are many challenges facing the political Institutions established by the Good Friday Agreement and by the popular will of the people of the island of Ireland

Read More

Tiochfaidh ár ngrá – Vótáil Tá

Padraig Pearse in The Sovereign People says: “The end of freedom is human happiness”. This Friday we have a huge opportunity to make an awful lot of people happy, and wouldn’t that be a great thing to do on Friday.

Read More

“FARC is not a terrorist organization”

The Colombian guerrillas are in Cuba since Autunm 2012 negotiating a peace agreement with the Colombian government.

Read More

Adams greets prince on first day of royal visit

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams caused controversy today when he met ‘Prince of Wales’ Charles Windsor in a meet-and-greet opportunity during the first day of his four-day royal tour through Ireland

Read More

Palestine Festival of Literature

Post Views: 21 The 2015 Palestine Festival of Literature, which opens this year on May 23, recently have announced its  the names of participating authors and their meetings and readings, which includes events in six cities. Yesterday, organizers announced the

Read More

Elecciones generales en Turquía

Post Views: 0 El próximo 7 de junio Turquía celebrará un proceso electoral que sin exagerar se puede calificar de definitorio en aspectos esenciales de su futuro. En este hermoso y contradictorio país las pugnas electorales se viven, como casi

Read More

Tory Human Rights plan ‘would wreck peace deal’

The new British government has already launched an ultra-conservative political agenda that could unravel the peace process in the north of Ireland

Read More

The next battlefield

The outcome of last week’s Westminster election presents enormous dangers to Ireland, north and south

Read More

Une démocratie terrifiante

La tragédie d’Ayotzinapa n’est pas un cas isolé au Mexique. D’autres cas semblables finissent par se savoir malgré la loi du silence et les versions mensongères données par les institutions

Read More