A selection of journalistic images from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

1916-2016
1916-2016

The President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins addressing the relatives of those who fought in the 1916 Rising. Dublin, Ireland.

1916-2016
1916-2016

An Irish soldier reads the 1916 Irish Proclamation at a Commemoration for Sir Roger Casement with the President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins in attendance, Banna Strand, Co. Kerry.

1916-2016
1916-2016

The President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins addressing those in attendance for the Commemoration of Sir Roger Casement, Banna Strand, Co. Kerry.

'Standing Guard'
'Standing Guard'

An Irish Garda on duty during a protest to the Irish government's implementation of water charges. Dublin, Ireland.

A protest to the Irish government's implementation of water charges. Limerick city.

Christian pastor leader James McConnell outside Laganside courthouse in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where he is being charged for incitement to hatred for his speech on Islam. He was found not guilty.

A view from a bus window in the troubled estate of Southill, Limerick city.

The troubled estate of Southill, Limerick city.

A woman looks out from her home in the troubled estate of Southill, Limerick city.

Gardai arrest an anti-war protester in Shannon airport, Co. Clare, 2004.

MayDay Protest, Dublin, Ireland. (2004)

Irish Gardai and Army in a standoff with anti-war protesters, protesting the visit of U.S. President G. Bush to Ireland. Shannon, Co.Clare, 2004.

The scene of a gangland shooting at the University of Limerick (2016).

The scene of a murder between non nationals in Limerick city, (2015)

Saint Patrick's Day 2015
Saint Patrick's Day 2015

Irish Nationalist area of Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The Peace Line is a dividing wall separating Irish Catholic Nationalist and British Protestant Loyalist communities in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The Peace Line is a dividing wall separating Irish Catholic Nationalist and British Protestant Loyalist communities in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The British Loyalist area of Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Irish Republicans march to the grave of Wolfe Tone who is regarded as the father of Irish Republicanism on the anniversary of his death.

Irish Republicans at the graveside of Wolfe Tone on the anniversary of his death. Who is regarded as the father of Irish Republicanism.

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams

Protestant boys on the Centenary of the Ulster Covenant in Belfast, Northern Ireland (2012).

Limerick, Ireland
Limerick, Ireland

A man is arrested for public disorder on Saint Patrick's Day, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Republicans at a Sean South Commemoration, Limerick city.

Irish Nationalist area of Derry, Northern Ireland.

The murder scene of an ex IRA member, Falls Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland. (2008)

The murder scene of an ex IRA member, Falls Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland. (2008)

Irish protesters to the Queen of the UK historic visit to Republic of Ireland burn the British flag. Dublin, Ireland.

Irish protesters to the Queen of the UK historic visit to the Republic of Ireland clash with police. Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Nationalist area
Irish Nationalist area

Belfast, Northern Ireland