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IRA engineer
defuses bomb

The sophisticated bomb found in Belfast which was defused by the IRA

A bomb made of C4 military explosives and planted at the rear of a row of shops on Belfast's Falls Road has been defused by an IRA Volunteer. more

What are the British military so eager to hide?

The rifles used by British paratroopers on Bloody Sunday may have been modified as part of a pre-arranged plan to kill street protesters, new evidence suggests.

Crisis deepens

The peace process is in deep crisis, with the political vacuum in the Six Counties steadily growing since the unilateral suspension by the British government a month ago of the Good Friday institutions.

PPF vote could split the ICTU

Trade union members across the 26 Counties are being balloted this week on acceptance or rejection of the fifth partnership agreement.

Collusion march planned in Lurgan

``State violence, State cover-up'' is an appropriate theme for a demonstration in Lurgan at 2pm this Sunday.

A truly dedicated Irish republican

A first anniversary commemoration for IRA Volunteer Mick Murray took place in Kilallon on the Meath/Westmeath border on Sunday, 12 March.

Scrap RUC game, pleads victim's mother

A North Belfast mother whose 15-year-old son was shot dead by the RUC has called on a local soccer team, Newington FC, not to play against the RUC in a match due to take place this Saturday.

Hebron's child victims

Israeli Defence Force (IDF) soldiers regularly target minors in their ongoing occupation of the West Bank. A report by Alec Smart.

Travesty of justice on Achill

On Monday, the government scored a painful victory over the people of this western isle.

EU letter exposes McCreevy

The European Competition Commissioner has said that reforms supported by the Credit Union Movement can go ahead.

Safe Crossing

Residents of Dunmurray Lane in Belfast have forced the Department of the Environment to backtrack on a decision not to put a pedestrian crossing at an accident black spot near their homes.

Flawed planning laws will shape future

Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin argues that the Planning and Development Bill is flawed and cannot solve the housing crisis.

Ó Caoláin raises radon threat to schools

The discovery of very high levels of dangerous radon gas in 13 schools was raised in Leinster House last week by Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin.

Pinochet's legacy

Journalist Hugh O'Shaughnessy has launched a new book on the former Chilean dictator.

Ex-prisoners to hold reunion

The recently formed Greater Clonard Ex-Prisoners group is to hold its first reunion on Friday, 24 March.

Ógra Shinn Féin Spring School

The Spring School will be held at the Hillgrove Hotel in Monaghan Town over the weekend.

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