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Gordon Brown said on Sunday that he cared "desperately" about people killed in bombing attacks by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the 1980s and 1990s.
20 Market Rasen Daniel Breen was a volunteer in the Irish Republican Army before becoming a Fianna Fail politician.
THE Real IRA was formed in 1997 after a split in the Provisional Irish Republican Army.
That's the focus of drama documentary Frongoch - Man Geni'r IRA, which explores the early days of the Irish Republican Army - in a North Wales prison camp.
NORTH IRELAND: Agreements were reached to form a power sharing government between longtime arch-rivals Gerry Adams, a former commander of the Irish Republican Army (I.
We've had Gerry Adams," political front-man for the murderous Irish Republican Army.
A 45-YEAR-OLD member of the Irish Republican Army admitted taking part in an unsuccessful 1989 attack on a British base in Germany as his trial opened yesterday on charges of attempted murder.
Lavrov said Russia under-stood the change would take time, and compared it to the peace process in Northern Ireland and the role of the Irish Republican Army and its political wing Sinn Fein.
Patrick's Day parade in which the band played several songs glorifying the Irish Republican Army (including "I'm Backin' the IRA
Two prominent Northern Ireland clergy chosen to monitor a key part of an internationally-backed peace process say that "beyond any shadow of doubt" the arms of the Irish Republican Army have now been put beyond use.
Belfast -- Great hopes for a permanent peace in Northern Ireland arose earlier this summer when the Irish Republican Army (IRA) announced that it was abandoning its "armed campaign," thus ending a 35year struggle which had caused over 3,000 deaths on both sides.
By night, he is involved with murder and gunrunning for the Irish Republican Army, as well as a love affair with the girlfriend of one of the city's top racketeers.

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