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The Irish Times
Interviews with paramilitaries: Histories of the IRA and UVFconcern: Out of the Ashes: An Oral History of the Provisional Irish Republican
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
concern: Out of the Ashes: An Oral History of the Provisional Irish Republican Movement by US academic Robert W White; and UVF – Behind the Mask by Belfast-born Aaron Edwards who lectures at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. White recounts how... Read more
7d
Belfast Telegraph
Victims slam Belfast terror tour for 'profiting from misery and death'Free Walking Tour business. Victims' campaigner Raymond McCord - whose son Ray
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Free Walking Tour business. Victims' campaigner Raymond McCord - whose son Raymond jnr was murdered 20 years ago by the UVF - said: "I would never pay to go on a tour like that, and don't understand anyone who would, especially not if it was... Read more
8d
Belfast Telegraph
South Belfast man loses appeal over damages after alleged UVF links exposed Colin Fulton has lost his appeal against being denied damages. August 11 201
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
Colin Fulton has lost his appeal against being denied damages. August 11 2017 A south Belfast... Read more
10d
Belfast Telegraph
Former Troubles soldier 'would shake hands of man who killed friend'to a family in Northern Ireland," he said. "Would I have become a member of th
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
to a family in Northern Ireland," he said. "Would I have become a member of the IRA? Would I have become a member of the UVF? I don’t know. If they had been born in the UK would they have become soldiers? I don’t know. "And that’s a question... Read more
10d
Belfast Telegraph
Police chief shares frustration over political impasse in meeting with Sinn Feinviolence and criminality of the UDA, and also on the PSNI's failure to complete
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
violence and criminality of the UDA, and also on the PSNI's failure to complete a probe into the historic activities of the UVF's notorious Glenanne gang. After the meeting, Mr Hamilton stressed a new independent Historical Investigations Unit, as... Read more
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10d
Belfast Telegraph
PSNI Chief shares frustration over political impasse in meeting with Sinn Feinviolence and criminality of the UDA, and also on the PSNI's failure to complete
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
violence and criminality of the UDA, and also on the PSNI's failure to complete a probe into the historic activities of the UVF's notorious Glenanne gang. After the meeting, Mr Hamilton stressed a new independent Historical Investigations Unit, as... Read more
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11d
Belfast Telegraph
Sinn Fein to meet Chief Constable over UDA activityfor a failure to conduct an overarching examination of the extent of alleged st
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
for a failure to conduct an overarching examination of the extent of alleged state collusion with the Glenanne gang. The Glenanne gang was a unit of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) that counted renegade police and Army personnel among its mem... Read more
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19d
Belfast Telegraph
Paramilitaries put price on head of sneak thieves who burgled teams during matchwho struck at a Belfast football team's changing room during a match has scored
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
who struck at a Belfast football team's changing room during a match has scored a spectacular own goal - resulting in the UVF putting a £1,000 price on his... Read more
21d
Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland police breached human rights of relatives in Glenanne Gang terror probekilled in a St Patrick's Day bomb attack on the Hillcrest Bar in Dungannon in M
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
killed in a St Patrick's Day bomb attack on the Hillcrest Bar in Dungannon in March, 1976. Five years later Dungannon UVF member Garnet James Busby was convicted after admitting his role in the attack. The murder gang based at a farm in... Read more
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22d
Irish Examiner
Lack of collusion probe over Glenanne gang 'did not fulfil human rights duties'of judicial review by the family of one of the gang's victims. The Glenanne ga
Irish Examiner / Posted 22 days ago
of judicial review by the family of one of the gang's victims. The Glenanne gang was a unit of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) that counted rogue security force personnel among its members. Operating mostly in Tyrone and Armagh, the gang has been... Read more
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22d
Belfast Telegraph
Lack of collusion probe over Glenanne gang 'did not fulfil human rights duties'of judicial review by the family of one of the gang's victims. The Glenanne ga
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
of judicial review by the family of one of the gang's victims. The Glenanne gang was a unit of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) that counted rogue security force personnel among its members. Operating mostly in Tyrone and Armagh, the gang has been... Read more
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25d
Belfast Telegraph
High Court order for police to disclose files a 'major breakthrough' in two actions over alleged state collusion, lawyers claimautumn deadline to produce all relevant documents in a claim brought by John Fl
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
autumn deadline to produce all relevant documents in a claim brought by John Flynn, a north Belfast man who survived two UVF attempts on his life. It has emerged that the cut-off also applies in separate proceedings brought by Michael Monaghan,... Read more
29d
Belfast Telegraph
PSNI's Chief Con given October 1 deadline to disclose alleged collusion files1 order will result in him striking out the PSNI's defence to a claim brought b
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
1 order will result in him striking out the PSNI's defence to a claim brought by a north Belfast man who survived two UVF attempts on his life. Rejecting a police application for more time to meet discovery obligations, Mr Justice Stephens... Read more
30d
heraldscotland
Why do we still have the Troubles, ancient battles and weary hatred in our football?and all that. Also, a lot of it could be classed as pantomime. There is a huge
heraldscotland / Posted 30 days ago
and all that. Also, a lot of it could be classed as pantomime. There is a huge difference between singing about the IRA, UVF or whatever and actually being an active paramilitary planting bombs in pubs. If you can’t see that then please go to a... Read more
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30d
EveningTimes Online
Neil Cameron: Why do we still have the Troubles, ancient battles and weary hatred in our football?and all that. Also, a lot of it could be classed as pantomime. There is a huge
EveningTimes Online / Posted 30 days ago
and all that. Also, a lot of it could be classed as pantomime. There is a huge difference between singing about the IRA, UVF or whatever and actually being an active paramilitary planting bombs in pubs. If you can’t see that then please go to a... Read more
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