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Referéndum en Cataluña: expertos de Naciones Unidas llaman al diálogo

A raiz de la violencia utilizada por las fuerzas de seguridad españolas durante la votación acaecida en Cataluña el pasado 1ero de octubre, la tensión es máxima entre España y Cataluña

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Votarem, we will vote, writes Gerry Adams

Today Thursday, October 5th, is the anniversary of the RUC attack on a Civil Rights March at Duke Street in Derry in 1968

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Referéndum en Cataluña: a propósito de la carta colectiva de profesores de derecho internacional

Ante el clima social y político cada vez más tenso que vive Cataluña, es posible que este llamado de profesores de derecho internacional no logre apaciguar los ánimos

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‘Uniting Ireland and its People in Peace and Prosperity’ – summary

The Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement in its work programme approved by the Dublin parliament appointed Senator Mark Daly as rapporteur to compile a report on the effect of Brexit on Ireland, what Ireland should seek to have

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Irish Dail report shows a United Ireland may be closer than ever

An Irish parliamentary report on achieving Irish unity has placed the republican goal of a united Ireland in the context of 26 County constitutional parliamentary politics for the first time.

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Sustainable basis needed to restore institution in the North

As Martin McGuinness said at the beginning of the year when he resigned; the status quo as it has existed is not acceptable

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Archipiélago de Chagos: Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas solicita opinión consultiva

Foto extraída de artículo de prensa del Daily Mail, abril del 2016 Archipiélago de Chagos: Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas solicita opinión consultiva a la CIJ pese a intentos de Reino Unido y de Estados Unidos en contra  El pasado 22 de

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Socialist Irish TD and five activists found not guilty in water-charges protest trial

Socialist Paul Murphy TD and five other men have been found not guilty of falsely imprisoning former Tanaiste Joan Burton and her adviser during a 2014 water charges protest

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UK ELECTION 2017: ‘A seismic shift has occurred in British politics’  

The 2017 general election was a once-in-a-generation opportunity that the Tories fumbled and Labour exploited to remarkable effect

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UK ELECTION 2017: ‘Fear trumps facts: why Theresa May is sticking with her migration cap’

Ahead of the British general election on June 8, the ruling Conservative party has renewed its commitment to “reduce and control” immigration to a net figure of under 100,000 – a level not seen for 20 years

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