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Real IRA Omagh bombing: case against Seamus Daly collapses

A court case against has collapsed against a 45-year-old bricklayer suspected of murdering 29 people in the 1998 Real IRA bomb attack in Omagh

A court case against has collapsed against a 45-year-old bricklayer suspected of murdering 29 people in the 1998 Real IRA bomb attack in Omagh

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Gerry Adams, disarming charisma

President of the Sinn Fein party since the early 1980s, Gerry Adams is the best-known face of the Northern Ireland peace process, rousing rancour

President of the Sinn Fein party since the early 1980s, Gerry Adams is the best-known face of the Northern Ireland peace process, rousing rancour

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Man charged over deadly UK car bombing three decades ago

A man has been charged over a 1982 car bomb attack in central London which killed four soldiers. The Irish Republican Army (IRA) claimed

A man has been charged over a 1982 car bomb attack in central London which killed four soldiers. The Irish Republican Army (IRA) claimed

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Historic handshake boosts Anglo-Irish relations

In an historic gesture, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has shaken hands with former IRA commander Martin McGuinness.   It took just a matter of seconds

In an historic gesture, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has shaken hands with former IRA commander Martin McGuinness.   It took just a matter of seconds

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Gesture of peace - Queen and ex-IRA leader shake hands

In a gesture heavy with symbolism, Queen Elizabeth has shaken hands with the former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness. The much-anticipated

In a gesture heavy with symbolism, Queen Elizabeth has shaken hands with the former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness. The much-anticipated

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Favourite suffers setback in Irish presidential poll

All seemed to be going well for the favourite to replace Mary McAleese as Ireland’s next president when during a televised debate Sean Gallagher

All seemed to be going well for the favourite to replace Mary McAleese as Ireland’s next president when during a televised debate Sean Gallagher

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Report shows "bomber" priest protected

The UK government, the police and the Catholic church colluded to protect a priest suspected of involvement in a 1972 bombing in Northern Ireland –

The UK government, the police and the Catholic church colluded to protect a priest suspected of involvement in a 1972 bombing in Northern Ireland –

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Injuries after bomb blast in Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland, three people have been injured in a car bomb. The explosion happened just after midnight outside the police station in the town

In Northern Ireland, three people have been injured in a car bomb. The explosion happened just after midnight outside the police station in the town

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Libya to contest IRA victims' compensation claims

Libya will challenge any compensation demands from relatives of IRA victims who say the terror group used explosives supplied by Tripoli

Libya will challenge any compensation demands from relatives of IRA victims who say the terror group used explosives supplied by Tripoli

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UK denies putting Libya first in IRA victims row

The UK’s relations with Libya are back in the spotlight with Gordon Brown denying he shied away from pressing Tripoli to compensate families of

The UK’s relations with Libya are back in the spotlight with Gordon Brown denying he shied away from pressing Tripoli to compensate families of

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Policeman's funeral unites N.Ireland

The funeral of a policeman in Northern Ireland has attracted mourners from all sides of the political divide. Among those at the ceremony in

The funeral of a policeman in Northern Ireland has attracted mourners from all sides of the political divide. Among those at the ceremony in

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Don't underestimate dissident IRA, warns Ahern

Former Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern has said dissident Republican groups in Northern Ireland must not be underestimated. Ahern’s warning

Former Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern has said dissident Republican groups in Northern Ireland must not be underestimated. Ahern’s warning

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New killing provokes outrage in N.Ireland

Political leaders in Northern Ireland have condemned the overnight killing of a police officer in the province. It is the second deadly attack in as

Political leaders in Northern Ireland have condemned the overnight killing of a police officer in the province. It is the second deadly attack in as

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Police officer killed in Northern Ireland

A police officer has been shot dead in Northern Ireland, the third killing in as many days, raising fears of a return to sectarian violence in the

A police officer has been shot dead in Northern Ireland, the third killing in as many days, raising fears of a return to sectarian violence in the

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Hunt is on for Antrim army killers

As the flowers continue to pile up outside the Massarene Barracks in Northern Ireland, the hunt is on to find the Real IRA gunmen who claim to have

As the flowers continue to pile up outside the Massarene Barracks in Northern Ireland, the hunt is on to find the Real IRA gunmen who claim to have

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Northern Ireland - A history of violence

Despite enjoying a decade of relative peace, memories of Northern Ireland’s violent history remain fresh and are stil very raw. Bloody Sunday is

Despite enjoying a decade of relative peace, memories of Northern Ireland’s violent history remain fresh and are stil very raw. Bloody Sunday is