Businesses in the border region between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland is booming. But people there are unsure if the economic boom can survive Brexit.
Northern Ireland has had its main parties at loggerheads since January 2017, but now that has come to an end. The DUP's Arlene Foster has been appointed first minister, with Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neill as her deputy.
The pro-British Democratic Unionist Party has cautiously backed a draft deal to restore Northern Ireland's regional assembly. The province has been without a government since the beginning of 2017.
The country's main unionist and nationalist parties have agreed to a deal after years of bickering. One of the key sticking points has been the future of the border with the Republic of Ireland.
With Euro 2020 matches coming up in Dublin, Irish soccer should be in for a windfall. Yet a huge financial scandal at the national association involving its disgraced former CEO has left it on the brink of going bust.
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