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Belfast Telegraph
Sister of UVF victim in legal bid to access file on murder An international body that examined the loyalist paramilitary murder of a man
Sister of UVF victim in legal bid to access file on murder
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
An international body that examined the loyalist paramilitary murder of a man in broad daylight on the streets of Belfast probably knows the killers’ identities, a court has heard An... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
David Cameron accused of stonewalling over Dublin/Monaghan bombing files releasethe no-warning 1974 Dublin/Monaghan bombings, Taoiseach Enda Kenny warned the c
David Cameron accused of stonewalling over Dublin/Monaghan bombing files release
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
the no-warning 1974 Dublin/Monaghan bombings, Taoiseach Enda Kenny warned the case was central to ongoing reconciliation. UVF carnage: the aftermath of bomb in Monaghan in 1974, one of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings in which 33 people were... Read more
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Top Gear Philippines
Don't get scammed: Here is the complete list of MMDA-accredited tow trucksTowing Services* UWM-606 (TT-032) * CXE-110 (TT-033) * CXE-113 (TT-034) * DS
Don't get scammed: Here is the complete list of MMDA-accredited tow trucks
Top Gear Philippines / Posted 3 days ago
Towing Services* UWM-606 (TT-032) * CXE-110 (TT-033) * CXE-113 (TT-034) * DSU-812 (TT-035) 10. Express Towing Services* UVF-991 (TT-038) * UUD-694 (TT-039) 11. Jwin Towing Services* UWD-732 (TT-040) 12. Jarz Towing Services* XFM-169... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Archbishop of Canterbury meets Ulster loyalists in Londongroup launched in October 2015 with the backing of the three main loyalist para
Archbishop of Canterbury meets Ulster loyalists in London
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
group launched in October 2015 with the backing of the three main loyalist paramilitary groups, the UDA, the UVF and the Red Hand Commando. The groups denounced criminality and gave their support for an initiative aimed at... Read more
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U TV
Loyalists call for role in legacy talksthe peace process and last year’s launch of the Loyalist Communities Council (L
Loyalists call for role in legacy talks
U TV / Posted 9 days ago
the peace process and last year’s launch of the Loyalist Communities Council (LCC) last year was a bid to change that. The UVF, UDA and Red Hand Commando came together to call for an end to the neglect of loyalist communities. Now their voice is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Maj Gen Oliver Nugent: The suspect unionistof the Unionist Club movement. It was a movement which had been shaped by them
Maj Gen Oliver Nugent: The suspect unionist
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
of the Unionist Club movement. It was a movement which had been shaped by them into a well-armed Ulster Volunteer Force. (UVF) Shortly after the British Empire went to war in August, Nugent was given a role in British home defence but by May 1915... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Irish government to press British for Dublin-Monaghan bombings filesand campaigners at the memorial and said the question of truth and justice is a
Irish government to press British for Dublin-Monaghan bombings files
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
and campaigners at the memorial and said the question of truth and justice is as relevant today as it was in 1974. UVF carnage: the aftermath of bomb in Monaghan in 1974, one of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings in which 33 people were... Read more
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U TV
Irish government to pursue Dublin-Monaghan filesand another in Monaghan town exploded on 17 May 1974. To date no one has ever
Irish government to pursue Dublin-Monaghan files
U TV / Posted 11 days ago
and another in Monaghan town exploded on 17 May 1974. To date no one has ever been prosecuted over the attacks, which the UVF claimed responsibility for in 1993. Minister Flanagan said: "The Government has worked consistently to implement the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Brother of UVF victim Peter McTasney loses legal challenge over police probe The brother of a loyalist murder victim has lost a legal challenge over alleg
Brother of UVF victim Peter McTasney loses legal challenge over police probe
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
The brother of a loyalist murder victim has lost a legal challenge over alleged failures in the investigation into a killing shrouded in suspicions of security force... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Labouring to make an impression on politicsfrom Protestant unionism. Dr Aaron Edwards is the author of A History Of The N
Labouring to make an impression on politics
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
from Protestant unionism. Dr Aaron Edwards is the author of A History Of The Northern Ireland Labour Party: Democratic Socialism And Sectarianism (Manchester University Press, 2009). His latest book, UVF: Behind The Mask, will be published next... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Rangers fans cleared as sheriff criticises ‘flawed’ sectarianism lawterrorist organisations. Dumbarton Sheriff Court heard the YCV is the recognis
Rangers fans cleared as sheriff criticises ‘flawed’ sectarianism law
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 days ago
terrorist organisations. Dumbarton Sheriff Court heard the YCV is the recognised youth wing of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), which is a proscribed terrorist organisation. Prosecutors said the pair had broken Section 1(1) of the Offensive... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Paramilitary-backed loyalist umbrella group issues new flags protocolCouncil (LCC), which was set up last year with the support of the three main lo
Paramilitary-backed loyalist umbrella group issues new flags protocol
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Council (LCC), which was set up last year with the support of the three main loyalist paramilitary groups - the UDA, UVF and Red Hand Commando - has also unveiled a new Battle of the Somme centenary flag which, it hopes, will be the main flag... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Leicester City player and Gary Lineker teammate had career snuffed out by wrongful arrest over IRA murderin 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the q
Leicester City player and Gary Lineker teammate had career snuffed out by wrongful arrest over IRA murder
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
in 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the quiet Co Down village of Loughinisland where UVF gunmen burst in opened fire, during a World Cup match on June 18, 1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights) in the Co. Down village... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
IRA guns trail conspiracy of silence fuelling family's fear that Special Branch protected 'super-tout'in 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the q
IRA guns trail conspiracy of silence fuelling family's fear that Special Branch protected 'super-tout'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
in 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the quiet Co Down village of Loughinisland where UVF gunmen burst in opened fire, during a World Cup match on June 18, 1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights) in the Co. Down village... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Police force is betraying its own, claims victim's daughterin 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the q
Police force is betraying its own, claims victim's daughter
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
in 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the quiet Co Down village of Loughinisland where UVF gunmen burst in opened fire, during a World Cup match on June 18, 1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights) in the Co. Down village... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
IRA guns trail: As more families speak out PSNI may ask Germany to return pistol Provos used to kill officerin 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the q
IRA guns trail: As more families speak out PSNI may ask Germany to return pistol Provos used to kill officer
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
in 1969Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the quiet Co Down village of Loughinisland where UVF gunmen burst in opened fire, during a World Cup match on June 18, 1994.O'Tooles Bar (The Heights) in the Co. Down village... Read more
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The Irish Times
Hunger strikes put in context: a visit to Irish Republican History Museumof the museum (the first exhibition is a reconstruction of Hickey’s own prison
Hunger strikes put in context: a visit to Irish Republican History Museum
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
of the museum (the first exhibition is a reconstruction of Hickey’s own prison cell), but a display of Orange Order and UVF paraphernalia, rescued from the now-defunct People’s Museum on the Shankill, nestles between cases of leatherwork. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
How lure of money defeated Provos' armed campaignthe flip side of this policy was the morally questionable strategy of, as in so
How lure of money defeated Provos' armed campaign
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
the flip side of this policy was the morally questionable strategy of, as in some notorious cases such as the North Belfast UVF, allowing agents to build up a reputation inside these organisations by committing crimes up to and including murder,... Read more
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The Washington Times
Gerry Adams, Sinn Fein president, tweets N-wordDougherty, an Irish-American columnist for The Week and other conservative outl
Gerry Adams, Sinn Fein president, tweets N-word
The Washington Times / Posted 27 days ago
Dougherty, an Irish-American columnist for The Week and other conservative outlets wrote “Gerry Adams survived the RUC, the UVF, and British intelligence. This tweet he may not.” Within 20 minutes of publishing, Mr. Adams’s tweet had been de... Read more
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Irish Central
Boston College oral history project continues to hauntthe North included an interview that McIntyre gave about his own paramilitary p
Boston College oral history project continues to haunt
Irish Central / Posted 29 days ago
the North included an interview that McIntyre gave about his own paramilitary past. He served 18 years for the killing of a UVF member in 1976. Why precisely McIntyre is being targeted for what the subpoena calls “an investigation into attempted... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Anger at plan to remove bus memorial to drivers killed in TroublesMuseumDriver Tommy McAuley pictured on a double decker bus, currently on displa
Anger at plan to remove bus memorial to drivers killed in Troubles
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
MuseumDriver Tommy McAuley pictured on a double decker bus, currently on display at the museum. He was shot dead by the UVF at his cafe on the Crumlin Road in 1987 There is growing anger over plans to remove a double-decker on display in a... Read more

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