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Daily Star
Gangland turf war – Who's who in the exploding Irish underworld bloodbath?LOCKDOWN: An armed Garda officer on the streets of Dublin this week Two people
Gangland turf war – Who's who in the exploding Irish underworld bloodbath?
Daily Star / Posted 13 hours ago
LOCKDOWN: An armed Garda officer on the streets of Dublin this week Two people have been killed in the last week in a dispute which is believed to be between gangs led by Christy Kinahan and Gerry Hutch. Crime in Ireland has always been divided... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'I've high hopes for my Paisley and McGuinness film... some will love it and others will just hate it' A scene from the new movie The Journey, starring Timothy Spall as Ian Paisley
'I've high hopes for my Paisley and McGuinness film... some will love it and others will just hate it'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
A scene from the new movie The Journey, starring Timothy Spall as Ian Paisley and Colm Meaney as Martin McGuinnessWrite on: Colin at work at... Read more
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Irish Central
Facebook page that celebrated deaths of Bloody Sunday victims taken downLoyal Peoples Protest take down their Facebook page which celebrated the 14 dea
Facebook page that celebrated deaths of Bloody Sunday victims taken down
Irish Central / Posted 5 days ago
Loyal Peoples Protest take down their Facebook page which celebrated the 14 deaths of Bloody Sunday. The Facebook page of loyalist flag protesters, who celebrated the deaths of the 14 victims of Derry’s Bloody Sunday, has been taken down. Last... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Volleyball Team Needs Funds for Rio QualifiersKampala — Uganda Volleyball Federation (UVF) must raise $30,000 (about Shs90m)
Volleyball Team Needs Funds for Rio Qualifiers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
Kampala — Uganda Volleyball Federation (UVF) must raise $30,000 (about Shs90m) in just a week for the ladies' national team to participate in the Olympic qualifiers due February 11-19 in Cameroon. African countries will contest for a solitary slot... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Is Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams an evil warlord or a boy who did not grow up? Gerry Adams’ just-published My Little Book of Tweets finds plenty of space fo
Is Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams an evil warlord or a boy who did not grow up?
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Gerry Adams’ just-published My Little Book of Tweets finds plenty of space for twee recollections of the past, though strangely no room for Jean McConville, Bloody Friday or... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Eerily prophetic Troubles ad that shocked us in 1993 gets 500,000 views in one day By Adrian Rutherford The powerful Northern Ireland Office television ad that
Eerily prophetic Troubles ad that shocked us in 1993 gets 500,000 views in one day
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
By Adrian Rutherford The powerful Northern Ireland Office television ad that first ran in 1993 used disturbing images of gunmen opening fire on customers in a pub to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Justice chiefs 'taking too long' over office for loyalist killings probe Craig McCausland was shot dead in Belfast in 2005 Northern Ireland's Police
Justice chiefs 'taking too long' over office for loyalist killings probe
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Craig McCausland was shot dead in Belfast in 2005 Northern Ireland's Police Ombudsman has accused the Justice Department of taking too long to approve a new office for... Read more
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Irish Central
New claims suggest IRA informer deliberately set Shankill bomb to hurt more civiliansThe aftermath of the Shankill Road bombing. Photo by: bbcNolan / YouTube A for
New claims suggest IRA informer deliberately set Shankill bomb to hurt more civilians
Irish Central / Posted 14 days ago
The aftermath of the Shankill Road bombing. Photo by: bbcNolan / YouTube A former IRA man, revealed as an informer in 2002 and known by the code name AA, has been accused of deliberately setting the devestating 1993 Shankill Road bomb to kill as... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Funding concerns raised over probe into loyalist murders The funeral procession of murder victim Bobby Mahood A watchdog investigatio
Funding concerns raised over probe into loyalist murders
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
The funeral procession of murder victim Bobby Mahood A watchdog investigation into allegations police shielded the loyalists responsible for four post-ceasefire murders has been stymied due... Read more
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U TV
‘PSNI has necessary resources for inquests’ – JudgeLord Justice Weir made the comments at day eight of the two week intensive revi
‘PSNI has necessary resources for inquests’ – Judge
U TV / Posted 15 days ago
Lord Justice Weir made the comments at day eight of the two week intensive review of Legacy Inquests on Wednesday. There have been repeated demands for the police and the ministry of defence to disclose files, documents and calls for more funding... Read more
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U TV
Victims ‘want to hear what police chief can do’Mr McCord was reacting to comments made by George Hamilton on Tuesday evening,
Victims ‘want to hear what police chief can do’
U TV / Posted 15 days ago
Mr McCord was reacting to comments made by George Hamilton on Tuesday evening, when the PSNI chief dismissed claims that the RUC was warned about the 1993 Shankill bombing. Allegations were made this week that the IRA commander in Ardoyne at the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Filmmaker Stephen Fingleton backing drama on Northern Ireland's Troubles Stephen Fingleton has got a nod for the Oscars A Bafta-nominated filmmaker f
Filmmaker Stephen Fingleton backing drama on Northern Ireland's Troubles
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Stephen Fingleton has got a nod for the Oscars A Bafta-nominated filmmaker from Northern Ireland has aspirations to make a film or TV drama set during The Troubles which shows... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Call for inquiry into 1976 bomb deaths linked to loyalist Glenanne Gang Robert McGleenan, brother of Gerard McGleenan, pictured at a preliminary hear
Call for inquiry into 1976 bomb deaths linked to loyalist Glenanne Gang
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Robert McGleenan, brother of Gerard McGleenan, pictured at a preliminary hearing for a new inquest A limited inquiry into a loyalist bombing with alleged state collusion in Co... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lord Chief Justice to meet victims' families in inquests review Members of the Fox family pictured with their legal team The Lord Chief Just
Lord Chief Justice to meet victims' families in inquests review
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Members of the Fox family pictured with their legal team The Lord Chief Justice is to meet with all victims' families next month as part of his review of legacy inquests. It will be... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Watchdog to probe alleged collusion in 21 loyalist murders The Police Ombudsman is to launch an investigation into allegations of police
Watchdog to probe alleged collusion in 21 loyalist murders
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
The Police Ombudsman is to launch an investigation into allegations of police collusion related to 21 loyalist murders during the Troubles, a court has heard. The investigation will examine... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Chilling Belfast terror mural gives way to artwork remembering Somme The terrorist emblem it is replacingThe new mural takes shape on the Newtowna
Chilling Belfast terror mural gives way to artwork remembering Somme
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
The terrorist emblem it is replacingThe new mural takes shape on the Newtownards RoadMurals down the years ... former IRA sniper and Sinn Fein politician Martin Meehan aiming a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ombudsman to probe alleged police collusion in 21 loyalist murders The Ombudsman will investigate the killing of Sam Marshall, a court heard No
Ombudsman to probe alleged police collusion in 21 loyalist murders
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
The Ombudsman will investigate the killing of Sam Marshall, a court heard Northern Ireland's Police Ombudsman is to launch an investigation into allegations of police collusion and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Women's Volleyball Team Prepares for Olympic QualifierThe national women's volleyball team has started preparations for Africa Olympi
Women's Volleyball Team Prepares for Olympic Qualifier
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
The national women's volleyball team has started preparations for Africa Olympic qualifying championship set for next month in Cameroon. Uganda is one of the 17 African nations that will be competing for a single slot allocated to the continent at... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
No quick resolution for Troubles victims, Foster admits in first Question Time grilling by MLAs Arlene Foster addresses Stormont during her first Question Time as First Mini
No quick resolution for Troubles victims, Foster admits in first Question Time grilling by MLAs
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Arlene Foster addresses Stormont during her first Question Time as First Minister First Minister Arlene Foster has warned the deadlock stalling progress... Read more
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heraldscotland
Spiers on Sport: Why football's approach to sectarianism is flawed“He’s a kill-joy.” “He’s a faux-offended middle-class toff who wants us all ca
Spiers on Sport: Why football's approach to sectarianism is flawed
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
“He’s a kill-joy.” “He’s a faux-offended middle-class toff who wants us all carted off to jail.” “Spiers doesn’t understand football – he thinks we should all behave like we are in church.” For someone who has been attending Scottish football... Read more
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Irish Central
The unlikely love story of a British soldier and IRA woman during the 1916 RisingWinifred Carney and George McBride were married in 1928. Photo by: BBC As Irel
The unlikely love story of a British soldier and IRA woman during the 1916 Rising
Irish Central / Posted a month ago
Winifred Carney and George McBride were married in 1928. Photo by: BBC As Ireland prepares to mark the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising this year, the unlikely love story between a British soldier and a founding member of the women’s IRA is being... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
David McNarry: 'The Stormont Assembly as we know it is on its last legs' The Big Interview Ukip MLA David McNarry wants to see a unionist unity candi
David McNarry: 'The Stormont Assembly as we know it is on its last legs'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted a month ago
The Big Interview Ukip MLA David McNarry wants to see a unionist unity candidate in the West Belfast constituency for the forthcoming Stormont elections David McNarry talks... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Nesbitt 'shares concerns of Troubles families' over fresh Stormont deal Actor James Nesbitt was awarded an OBE in the New Year's Honours List Actor
Nesbitt 'shares concerns of Troubles families' over fresh Stormont deal
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Actor James Nesbitt was awarded an OBE in the New Year's Honours List Actor James Nesbitt has said he shares concerns voiced by bereaved families of the Troubles that the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
James Nesbitt 'shares concerns of Troubles families' over fresh Stormont deal Actor James Nesbitt was awarded an OBE in the New Year's Honours List Actor
James Nesbitt 'shares concerns of Troubles families' over fresh Stormont deal
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Actor James Nesbitt was awarded an OBE in the New Year's Honours List Actor James Nesbitt has said he shares concerns voiced by bereaved families of the Troubles that the... Read more

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