They got heckled by anti-fascists and talked about how Ireland has been infiltrated by "agents of Putin".
A woman dies every eight minutes from unsafe abortion. These activists are trying to change that.
Tokyo hosts the largest St. Patrick's Day parade in Asia, complete with shamrocks and pints of Guinness.
Peace, love, hugs and gurning in a dark, sweaty basement.
A legal loophole means ecstasy, ketamine and crystal meth are totally legal in Ireland for the next 36 hours.
Killing yourself is about the How as well as the Why. Put barriers up around Beachy Head and history's shown the number of suicides is likely to fall.
A bill to allow women carrying foetuses with fatal abnormalities to get abortions was shot down by the Irish parliament. Many of those voting against it were so-called feminists.
Immigrants trafficked into illegal activity against their will are being charged as criminals rather than helped.
It seems weird. But in Iran, they take martyrdom very seriously.
It's just a creepy come-on masquerading as "social inclusion".
Nobody likes feeling brushed aside, and for those like my uncle – those with a "moderate" intellectual disability – all it takes is a conversation to change that.
They shouted at cops and wore taps on their heads because they're angry at the government about increased charges for water.