• List of World Heritage Sites in Northern Europe

    The UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has designated 36 World Heritage Sites in eight countries (also called "state parties ") commonly referred to as Northern Europe: Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, i.e. a combination of Nordic and Baltic countries. Greenland lying on the North American continent is not included in this list despite of its political ties with Denmark; it is included in the List of World Heritage Sites in North America. The United Kingdom and Ireland are included in Western Europe even though they are sometimes listed in Northern Europe.

  • List of companies headquartered in Northern Virginia

    This is a list of notable companies headquartered in Northern Virginia. The majority of the following companies are located in Fairfax County, the most populous jurisdiction in Northern Virginia, the state, and the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. Companies with a McLean or Vienna address are often located in Tysons Corner; "Tysons Corner" was not available as a postal address until 2011.

  • Crime in Northern Ireland

    In Northern Ireland before the Troubles ended, low-level petty crime was not as common as in the rest of Ireland or the UK.

  • Canadian federal election results in Northern Montreal and Laval

    Canadian federal elections have provided the following results in Northern Montreal and Laval.

  • Religion in Northern Ireland

    Christianity is the largest religion in Northern Ireland. According to a 2007 Tearfund survey, Northern Ireland was the most religious part of the UK, with 45% regularly attending church.

  • List of universities and colleges in Northern Cyprus

    A list of universities and colleges in Northern Cyprus. Northern Cyprus, officially the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, is a self-declared state that comprises the northeastern portion of the island of Cyprus.

  • Women in Northern Ireland

    Women in Northern Ireland are women who live in or are from Northern Ireland. Among the notable women of Northern Ireland were Geraldine O'Regan and May Blood, a Catholic and a Protestant respectively. Both of them were active community leaders in Belfast, the administrative capital and largest city of Northern Ireland. Women in Northern Ireland have a variety of concerns in regards to their overall treatment in society. Some areas of concern include domestic violence, poverty, poor housing conditions, unemployment, and a wide array of larger political issues.

  • 1979 in Northern Ireland

    1979 in Northern Ireland

    Events during the year 1979 in Northern Ireland.

  • 1960 in Northern Ireland

    1960 in Northern Ireland

    Events during the year 1960 in Northern Ireland.

  • Shoot-to-kill policy in Northern Ireland

    During the period known as "the Troubles" in Northern Ireland (1969–1998), the British Army and Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) were accused by Republicans of operating a "shoot-to-kill" policy, under which suspected terrorists were alleged to have been deliberately killed without any attempt to arrest them. Such a policy was alleged to have been directed almost exclusively at suspected or actual members of Irish republican paramilitary groups. The Special Air Service (SAS) is the most high-profile of the agencies that were accused of employing this policy, as well as other British Army regiments, and the RUC.

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