The city of Derry/Londonderry in Northern Ireland is still healing from years of sectarian conflict. Two priests, one Catholic and the other Protestant, have written a book about how to get to true peace. The only way, they say, is through forgiveness.
The EU handed Prime Minister Theresa May a 10-day "absolute deadline" on Friday to improve her divorce terms and meet three key conditions, including on the border between EU-member Ireland and Britain's province of Northern Ireland.
Most voters in Northern Ireland wanted the UK to remain in the European Union. But with Brexit now a reality, some are lining up to get passports from neighboring Ireland, which stays in the EU regardless of what the UK does.
You'd think no one could possibly object to something as simple as free hugs. But that's not the case in Saudi Arabia. Plus, a boy who died 24,000 years ago has given clues to the origin of Native Americans in the US, and the Israeli government is struggling with the mafia. All that and more, in today's Global Scan.
Great Britain's Kelly Gallagher won Paralympics gold at the Sochi Winter Games, with a victory in the visually impaired super-G. The 28-year-old from Northern Ireland and her guide Charlotte Evans use a bluetooth device to communicate and stay within a ski's length of each other.
In 1972, a West Belfast widow was abducted in front of her family, taken off and killed. The IRA admitted to the murder 27 years later, and now, newly-released interviews implicate Irish politician and Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams.
Wars are often won or lost based more on logistics than on strategy. That's why the US military is looking into printing its supplies on the battlefield. Meanwhile, Britain has ended the evolution vs. creationism debate in its schools. Guess which won? And we tell about an Iranian soldier who could save Iraq. That and more, in today's Global Scan.
Controversial, belligerent and bigoted — those were some of the words used to describe the Reverend Ian Paisley, the Northern Irish political giant, after his death on Friday. Writer and filmmaker Jon Ronson spent a week making a documentary about Paisley and came away from it with respect for the man many hated.
When Ashers Bakery Company refused to make a "pro-gay marriage" cake, it sparked a legal battle of the kind now familiar in the United States. Now a court has ruled in favor of the customer who brought the suit, but many people are unhappy with the ruling.