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The UK's vote to leave the European Union will have wide-ranging consequences, not just limited to Britain. PBS travelled to the Republic of Ireland to find out how people there will be affected.
The "baby-faced bomber", Shane Paul O'Doherty, joined the IRA at 15 years of age. After a brutal letter bomb campaign, he wrote letters of apology to his victims from his prison cell.
Tradition was upended and the role of the Church called into question in May when same-sex marriage was voted legal in Ireland. In this report, we hear from campaigners from both sides of the debate.
This shocking 2013 investigation reveals the Irish roots of the horsemeat scandal, uncovering a criminal harvest of thousands of horses, which netted millions and stretches well beyond Ireland's borders.
When a national inquiry into abuse claims in the Catholic Church was launched in Ireland, thousands of victims saw it as their long-overdue moment of justice. But why have no criminal prosecutions followed?
When the Good Friday Agreement was signed 13 years ago, there were finally hopes for peace after years of violence. But a new upsurge in violence has many worried about the return of hard-core nationalism.
With the global economic downturn continuing to dog the Irish economy, thousands of people across the country are being forced to emigrate, heading far and wide in search of work and a better life.
One in ten families in Ireland are no longer able to pay off their mortgages. Even with an EU bailout on the cards, the Irish people are still feeling the brunt of the property boom that went bust.