British and Irish leaders condemned the shootings of the two British soldiers, who were bound for Afghanistan.
Protests and anger grow as 'Celtic Tiger's' economy takes nosedive.
Expansion of stun-gun use faces a mixed reaction from the largely unarmed police service.
Moqtada al-Sadr instructed his militiamen to join a new social wing of his anti-American Shiite army.
Analysts debate the rhetoric of war as part of the fight against terrorism.
Sir Hugh Orde also warns that threat from dissident Irish terrorists is highest in five years.
The reconciliation marked by the deal signed 10 years ago today gets a $71 million boost.
Officials hope to stem radicalization by training prison imams and closely supervising proselytizers.