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Ireland Votes Overwhelmingly to Ease Divorce Restrictions

By Ed O’Loughlin

With the change approved by 82 percent of voters, the country is taking another step toward liberalizing a Constitution dominated by the teachings of the Catholic Church.

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EU renewable electricity hopes get welcome jolt

By Sam Morgan

Fifty percent of the EU’s electricity will have to come from renewable energy sources by 2030 but the issue is more than just a matter of building more solar panels and wind turbines. The structure of Europe’s power grid will have to change.

Ireland Bars American Pastor Accused of Hate Speech

By ED O’LOUGHLIN

In its first use of a 1999 law, the Irish government denied entry to Steven L. Anderson, an Arizona preacher accused of making anti-Semitic and homophobic statements.

The Reinvention of Tradition

By ROSS DOUTHAT

An Irish-American story about how we choose the history we hand down.

Facebook Opens a Command Post to Thwart Election Meddling in Europe

By ADAM SATARIANO

The social network took the wraps off a special operations center in Dublin ahead of this month’s European Union voting.

Heads Up: In the Home of Guinness, a Cocktail Boom Takes Hold

By JESSICA COLLEY CLARKE

The rise of craft cocktails in Dublin and beyond could have stifled the unfussy fun of Ireland’s bar scene. And yet, the opposite is true.

Things β€˜Stopped Changing’: Why Conflict Still Flares in Northern Ireland

By PATRICK KINGSLEY

The killing of a young journalist has brought renewed focus on the region’s paramilitary groups. But economic stagnation is as much a driver of violence as politics.

Tweets of the Week: Lyra McKee funeral, Greta Thunberg, and 2019 election kick-off

By Amanda Lee, Evan Lamos, Jennifer Baker
Welcome to another EURACTIV Tweets of the Week! Lyra’s funeral makes hypocrisy plain, “Greta is privileged” some egos complain, and European Parliament launches its election campaign.

Northern Ireland’s Unfinished Peace

By SINEAD O’SHEA

The world turned its attention away, but the violence and tragedy never ended.

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