First a documentary and now a photo book, 'Shooting The Darkness' explores the lives and work of jobbing photographers who went from covering local items of interest to the horrors of war.
One legacy of the Troubles is a drug named "bud".
The researchers modeled how xenophobia and anxieties mutually escalate between religious groups using “psychologically realistic” AI.
The European Union has been a unifying force that transcends the bitter divisions between Catholics and Protestants that have long bedeviled Northern Ireland — that ends under if Britain leaves the European Union.
Come August, Ascot Racecourse will play host to the Shergar Cup. The race is named in honour of a horse whose disappearance, and death, shocked the world.
Northern Ireland are back at a major tournament after a 30-year absence. As well as battling on the pitch, they've also had to fight to unite a divided fanbase.
The 1998 Omagh bombing was the largest atrocity in three decades of sectarian violence and killed 29 people. Seamus Daly, the final suspect, was released from prison on Tuesday.
In this excerpt from 'Ireland's Young Warriors,' members of Na Fianna Éireann commence their "bush training," which consists of drills that have the boys sneaking through the forest with fake assault rifles.
In this extra scene from 'Ireland's Young Warriors,' VICE News speaks to the former vice president of Republican Sinn Fein, who describes how moving from Na Fianna to the IRA could be considered "a natural progression."
VICE News followed Na Fianna members to get an idea of what the young face of dissident republicanism looks like, in an age where support for political violence in Ireland has all but ended.
15,000 people gathered in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland to witness the symbolic burning of David Best's 75' tall wooden temple.