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Goodman, Tesco accused in horsemeat scandal

goodmantesco.jpg Britain’s Tesco retail chain store has been linked to factories manufacturing and selling beefburgers in Ireland containing a high percentage of horsemeat.

Published January 18, 2013

Brian Shivers’ conviction overturned

brianshiversbig.jpg A terminally ill man jailed for a Real IRA attack on a British Army base has had his conviction overturned.

Published January 15, 2013

Loyalists in surprise attack on Short Strand

damagedhouse.jpg A sudden attack on the small nationalist enclave of the Short Strand tonight saw the homes of elderly residents set ablaze and a group of adults with special needs come under petrol bomb attack.

Published January 14, 2013

PSNI blamed as loyalists attack Short Strand

loyalistcharge.jpg A flags protest at Belfast City Hall swiftly degenerated into violence this afternoon after a unionist mob charged towards a nationalist enclave in east Belfast, attacking homes and launching into hours of intense riots.

Published January 12, 2013

Intense rioting as flags protests continue

img alt="burningbusflags.jpg" src="https://republican-news.org/current/news/burningbusflags.jpg" width="220" height="123" class="mt-image-left" style="float: left; margin: 0 20px 10px 0;" /> Plastic bullets were fired and water cannons were used as rioting erupted early this evening at loyalist flags protests.

Published January 12, 2013

Garda pact with loyalist ‘idiot’

williefrazer.jpg A deal between the 26 County Garda police and arch-loyalist Willie Frazer for a secret protest in Dublin has been revealed -- just hours after Frazer said he would not condemn an assassination attempt on the life of Six County Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.

Published January 11, 2013

Price’s internment opposed at Derry courthouse

courthouseprotest.jpg Legal proceedings against Marian Price were adjourned on Wednesday at Derry’s Magistrate’s Court after District Judge, Mr Barney McElholm said he would have to take advice from medical professionals regarding the republican prisoner’s fitness to appear.

Published January 11, 2013

Pan-unionism hailed as forum meets

nesbittrobinsonforum.jpg Unionist political leaders have said they are willing to hold talks with loyalist murder gangs about increasingly violent flag protests.

Published January 11, 2013

Students starved by new grants requirements

studentsfoodboxes.jpg Hundreds of Irish students have been forced to accept free food boxes because they cannot afford to eat, it has emerged.

Published January 11, 2013

Omagh case to go before European court

mckevittcampbell.jpg Two senior republicans are seeking to go before the European Court of Human Rights in a bid to overturn a ruling that they were liable for the Omagh bombing.

Published January 11, 2013

Furore over hunger-strike art

shanecullenart.jpg A row has erupted in the Irish midlands over an artwork featuring messages written by republican hunger strikers in Long Kesh Prison.

Published January 11, 2013

Third night of loyalist riots, shots fired

loyalistsriotshots.jpg A loyalist gunman opened fire tonight in east Belfast as three nights of rioting by the paramilitary UVF escalated. Tonight again saw attacks against both the PSNI police and residents of the nationalist Short Strand enclave.

Published January 5, 2013

Unionist aggression

flagriotalbertbridge.jpg Unionists and loyalists angered by the removal of the British Union Jack flag above Belfast City Hall are increasingly turning to violence and threats as their protests fail to deliver any progress.

Published January 4, 2013

PSNI targeted in three bomb incidents

bombalertbig.jpg A member of the PSNI police discovered a potential bomb under his vehicle in east Belfast last Sunday afternoon, and republican militants are believed to be responsible.

Published January 4, 2013

Loyalist crime wave in the Antrim glens

olivermcmullanarson.jpg A loyalist paramilitary gang is engaged in a spate of attacks in the Glens of Antrim, with little interest shown by the police, according to Sinn Féin.

Published January 4, 2013

‘Sinister approach’ to man as he worked

psniundercover.jpg A Newry tradesman has been the subject of a failed PSNI attempt to recruit informers, according to the socialist republican party, eirigi. The latest such incident occurred just before Christmas.

Published January 4, 2013

Martin McGuinness resigns from Westminster seat

martinmcguinnessbig.jpg Sinn Féin’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has been awarded an English aristocratic title in order to secure his resignation as an MP, it has been confirmed.

Published January 4, 2013

HET report challenged

gerardgibson.jpg The mother of a Belfast teenager is seeking a judicial review into the police inquiry into his death at the hands of the British Army in 1972.

Published January 4, 2013

British sought hunger strike 'capitulation'

hungerstrikersold.jpg Official records have revealed that the British government had a plan to ‘brainwash’ Long Kesh hunger strikers to end their protest individually.

Published December 28, 2012

Corey’s bail order overturned

martincoreybig.jpg British Direct Ruler Theresa Villiers has won a legal bid to continue the internment of veteran republican Martin Corey.

Published December 28, 2012


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