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Large numbers take part in ‘illegal’ march

grewmccaughey.jpg Over a thousand Irish Republicans Marched from Galbally Community centre to Galbally graveyard last weekend to remember IRA Volunteers Dessie Grew and Martin McCaughey who were killed by the SAS on IRA active service 20 years ago.

Published October 14, 2010

PSNI harass political activists

psniposters.jpg Republican activists were subjected to a humiliating and aggressive ordeal at the hands of the PSNI on Tuesday night, according to éirígí.

Published October 14, 2010

Catholic-only internment

internkeshcages.jpg Unionist paramilitaries who killed more than 100 people during the first 18 months of internment escaped detention because the British government believed there was “no serious Protestant threat” to the state, newly discovered papers reveal.

Published October 12, 2010

Duffy, strip-searched, refuses prison clothing

colinduffy.jpg Lurgan republican Colin Duffy was forcibly strip-searched and assaulted both before and after a tense court appearance in Coleraine, County Derry on Monday.

Published October 12, 2010

Parts of Newry are no-go areas

newry.jpg The security forces in the North have accepted that parts of Newry are no-go areas, it has emerged.

Published October 12, 2010

Fresh calls for torture inquiry

amnesty.jpg Amnesty International and British Irish Rights Watch today urged British authorities not to forget victims of torture in Ireland, following the release of a new Guardian film by Ian Cobain.

Published October 12, 2010

Insult upon injury for Ballymurphy families

adamsballymurphy.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams clashed with British Secretary of State Owen Paterson after he wore a wristband supporting the British Army’s notorious Royal Irish Regiment at a meeting with the families of victims of a British Army massacre.

Published October 12, 2010

Adams blasts Dail opposition

gerryadamsflat.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has accused Fine Gael and the Labour Party of being involved in a “cosy political consensus” with what was probably the most unpopular Government in the history of the state.

Published October 12, 2010

Shock at 'dissident' support

dissidentgraffiti.jpg Public support for so-called ‘dissident’ republican groups has been significantly underestimated by the Irish political and media establishment, according to academic research published on Thursday.

Published October 8, 2010

Real IRA claims Derry bomb

ulsterbankbomb.jpg The ‘Real IRA’ has claimed responsibility for detonating a bomb with more than 200 pounds of explosives outside an Ulster Bank in a commercial district of Derry in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Published October 8, 2010

Cameron defiant on union

cameronucunf.jpg British Prime Minister David Cameron has expressed his determination to sustain British rule in the Six Counties despite the Real IRA attack in Derry on Tuesday.

Published October 8, 2010

Orange tirade against ‘Roman Catholic IRA’

robertsaultersbanners.jpg There have been calls for an investigation into whether anti-Catholic statements made by the head of the Orange Order broke hate laws.

Published October 8, 2010

Greens reach out as budget crunch looms

johngormley.jpg The Green Party has suggested the formation of a national unity government and is seeking to establish an all-party forum to discuss the economic crisis.

Published October 8, 2010

Government, union figures named in slush fund scandal

dailcommitteeslushfund.jpg A blame game has erupted over a fund which was uncovered earlier this year involving the 26-County Department of Health, the Health Service Executive (HSE) and the powerful SIPTU trade union.

Published October 8, 2010

Bomb explodes in Derry

A car bomb exploded in Derry city tonight in a commercial riverside district near the junction of the Strand Road and Culmore Road.

Published October 5, 2010

Dublin's fight for survival

cowenlenihanbanks.jpg The Taoiseach Brian Cowen has denied the sovereignty of the 26-County state has been jeopardised by the banking and budget crises, even as European officials began dictating Irish economic policy.

Published October 4, 2010

‘Real IRA’ claims killings

riragraffiti2.jpg The ‘Real IRA’ has admitted killing drug dealers on both sides of the border, according to a Belfast-based newspaper.

Published October 4, 2010

Judge prohibits Mass attendance

bradyfuneral.jpg A man facing charges over the firing of shots over the coffin of a Strabane republican has been banned from attending his memorial Mass.

Published October 4, 2010

Asylum application used against McGeough

gerrymcgeoughbw.jpg An application for political asylum in Sweden allegedly made almost 30 years ago by Gerry McGeough from Tyrone is due to be used as evidence against him in a Belfast court.

Published October 4, 2010

Israel deports Irish Nobel laureate

maireadmaguire.jpg Irish Nobel Peace Prize winner Mairead Corrigan Maguire is to be deported from Israel following a ruling by Israel’s Supreme Court.

Published October 4, 2010


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