Most Shared Stories Tagged: Ireland

Science, Tech & Environment

Update on the Belfast's elephant angel

The Belfast Zoo in Northern Ireland was trying to determine the identity of a local woman who saved the zoo's baby elephant during World War Two and kept it in her backyard. Now someone has come forward and identified the woman. Anchor Katy Clark explains her name is Denise Austin and she died in 1997.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

Today's Geo Answer is Greencastle, Ireland, the first place in Europe to get the news that President Lincoln had died on this day 144 years ago. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from David Paul Nickles, U.S. State Department historian and author of "Under the Wire: How the Telegraph Changed Diplomacy."

Arts, Culture & Media

Global Hit

The World's Laura Lynch takes us to a pub in Dublin, Ireland, that's gone back to basics. Gone are the pool tables, televisions, and speakers turned up too loud. Patrons instead can enjoy their favorite brew with some old-fashioned entertainment -- local musicians playing traditional music.

Arts, Culture & Media

Mohammed Ali's Irish roots

Muhammed Ali was in Ireland today?tracing his family roots to the town of Ennis in Ireland. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Mark Nolan, Managing Director of the Dromoland Castle Hotel, where the boxing legend was a guest of honor at a fundraising banquet.

Conflict & Justice

In other soccer news

The World's William Troop tells anchor Jeb Sharp about a shocking incident of foul play on the soccer field � an incident that seems to have denied Ireland a place at the soccer World Cup.