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  1. On Native GroundTHE Debt Ceiling Two-Step: Wanna Dance?Read the original story

    Jan 17, 2013 | American Reporter

    ... many nations and on most continents; the easiest to think about are the Ulster Volunteer Force and the Irish Republican Army of Northern Ireland, which are on the verge of going after one another's throats again after 300 years of fighting. What ...

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  2. Christianity Under Fire: Cameron's Extremism Orders Could Criminalise Basic Tenets of FaithRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Breitbart.com

    Professing basic Christian doctrine could be effectively "criminalised" in some circumstances under the UK government's proposed Extremism Disruption Orders, a prominent Anglican theologian and former lawyer has warned. In the run up to the last general election, the Conservatives included in their manifesto a proposal to introduce the Disruption Orders, designed to crack down on hate speech which incites violence but is not in itself illegal.

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  3. Mairia Cahill describes A 110,000 bill from halted prosecution of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Independent.ie

    More than A 110,000 was spent on the halted prosecution of an alleged IRA man over child sex abuse claims and related cases, Northern Ireland's justice minister said. The Director of Public Prosecutions apologised to Mairia Cahill and two other women.

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  4. Ruling on arrest of IRA suspects appealed by prosecutorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Independent.ie

    Kevin Braney , of Glenshane Crescent, Tallaght, had been among a number of men charged with membership of an illegal organisation styling itself the Irish Republican Army, otherwise Oglaigh na hEireann, otherwise the IRA on March 29th, 2013. During his trial at the three-judge Special Criminal Court, Mr Justice Paul Butler, presiding, said the arrest of Mr Braney and a number of his co-accused was not lawful because they had previously been arrested for IRA membership and should not have been rearrested for the same offence on a different date without a warrant.

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  5. IRA hijacker' jailed for taking taxiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Fermanagh Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A self-confessed hijacker who claimed he was operating for the IRA has been was sentenced to three-and-a-half years for taking a taxi after forcing the driver to flee at knifepoint.

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  6. Manchester IRA bombing: Pictures show devastation caused by horrific blast 19 years ago todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Mirror.co.uk

    Heart-wrenching photographs show the extent of the city centre destruction - the bomb was the biggest to explode on mainland Britain The front page of the Manchester Evening News on Saturday June 15, 1996 carries a startling headline, and an image that would travel around the world. Beneath the headline '206 injured as massive bomb blitzes crowded city centre', is a photograph that became the defining image of the bomb attack.

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  7. Stuck in the mainstream, the Wolfie Smiths of Sinn Fein need to move onRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | Fermanagh Today

    Sinn Fein makes such a song and dance about welfare reform, threats to corporation tax, 'not caving in to Tory austerity' or allowing the Secretary of State to exercise the power to impose 'Osborne's cuts', that some people are wondering if they are prepared to let the Executive collapse. It's a fair question, given that they appear to be raising the ante every day, but it raises another question: what has Sinn Fein to gain if the Executive falls? Since the ballot paper/armalite strategy of 1981 it was clear that Sinn Fein realised that the IRA was never going to bomb its way to unity.

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  8. Scappaticci fails to stop BBC filmRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | BBC News

    Lawyers acting for senior republican Freddie Scappaticci have failed in an attempt to prevent the BBC from running part of a Spotlight film on Tuesday. The hearing, at the high court in Belfast, centred around filming at a news conference given by the alleged British agent at his solicitor's office on 14 May 2003.

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  9. Man to stand trial over murder of Cookstown prison officer David BlackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Midulster Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The only man charged in connection with the murder of prison officer David Black has been ordered to stand trial accused of aiding and abetting in the murder.

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  10. On Native GroundBOSTON: a City Too Tough to ScareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | American Reporter

    BRADENTON, Fla., April 17, 2013 5:39am [Updated 2:17pm ET April 17] -- When a delayed IRA bomb exploded a few feet in front of me as I entered an already-bombed building in Northern Ireland in December 1981, I got a small taste of what people in Boston went through as two bombs exploded on Boylston Street in Copley Square at about 2:50pm ET and left three dead - including a little boy from Boston's tight-knit Dorchester community - and 181 injured, many grievously. While all the firemen immediately ahead of me were buried under the rubble of an appliance store, I helped dig them out and all were released with minor injuries.

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  11. Make My DayAUSTRALIAN Clothing Chain Hates YouRead the original story

    Oct 14, 2011 | American Reporter

    "Al-Qaeda is losing ground in the Arabic world and the Middle East as a different narrative arises in those societies. It is operating on its periphery and faces an issue of credibility," says Sir Richard Dearlove, Chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service between February 1999 and May 2004.

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  12. Tuesday, June 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... creation of an international bailout fund to rescue countries on the verge of bankruptcy. 1997 - The Irish Republican Army kills two police officers in Northern Ireland. The British government calls off all further contact with Sinn Fein, the ...

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  13. Republican dissidents developing anti-tank weapons, Northern Ireland officials claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Russia Taday

    Irish republican dissidents associated with the IRA have allegedly developed an anti-tank weapon which is capable of spearing armored vehicles, Northern Irish security officials claim. Security officials said they uncovered evidence that renegade engineers had been developing technology to increase dissidents' capability to commit terror attacks.

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  14. Trimble: 'Without Paisley, there'd probably have been no Troubles'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Belfast Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A dispute about the legacy of Rev Ian Paisley took a fresh twist yesterday after a former First Minister said the Troubles would probably not have occurred without him.

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  15. Prison break: Five daring escapes from historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 7 | CTV

    ... The largest jailbreak in British history occurred on Sep. 25, 1983, when 38 imprisoned members of the Irish Republican Army seized control of a cell block at the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland. The inmates smuggled in guns and used makeshift blades ...

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  16. Dead Sinn Fein hardliner is praisedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 7 | Belfast Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness have eulogised a former Sinn Fein councillor who infamously refused to condemn the Enniskillen bombing.

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  17. Dissidents are creating more deadly anti-tank weaponryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 7 | Independent.ie

    Recent attacks by the dissident groups in Northern Ireland heightened fears among senior anti-terrorist police officers on both sides of the border that their technology advances were likely to signal a new spate of attacks on PSNI vehicles and stations. But the scale of their technological advances was not fully known until garda finds in dissident hideouts were forensically examined.

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  18. Dion Fanning: Nearly everything that took place at the Aviva was forgettableRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 7 | Independent.ie

    The first meeting in Dublin between Ireland and England since the abandoned game twenty years ago crackled with the same sense of danger as a man trimming his hedge on a Sunday afternoon. This was certainly better than one of the alternatives but there was very little to get excited about in a game which finished scoreless, a result which seemed inevitable from about 90 seconds in.

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  19. The assassination of Eddie FullertonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | Irish Republican News

    A Police Ombudsman investigation is reported to have uncovered serious concerns about collusion in the murder of Sinn Fein councillor Eddie Fullerton. A look back at an infamous assassination, 24 years ago this month.

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  20. Secretive deployment of toxic gas against prisonersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | Irish Republican News

    The British government secretly authorised the use of a chemical riot control agent, fired from aerosols, water cannon or dropped from the air, to be used on republican PoWs at the height of the conflict, it has been confirmed. Papers from 1976 obtained by the Observer newspaper under the British government's freedom of information legislation show that the use of 'CR' or Dibenzoxazepine -- a skin irritant 10 times more powerful than other tear gases -- was permitted from 1973 to be used on the prisoners in the event of an attempted mass breakout.

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