Most daily news stories in Ireland don’t make headlines in the U.S., so it’s usually a blockbuster or controversy when it does, such as the abortion debate over the summer.
News broke Dec. 3 that the Republic of Ireland government apologized to the families of two Northern Ireland policemen ambushed and gunned down by the IRA in 1989.
The story is still developing and needs more context. Here are links to U.S. and Irish coverage.
Garda collusion found in IRA murders of RUC officers, The Irish Times
Judge: Irish police colluded in IRA murder, Associated Press via The Washington Post
Smithwick inquiry finds Irish police may have colluded in two IRA murders, Irish Central
Read the full report here via the Irish Government News Service.