Provisional Irish Republican Army News
Guildford Four's Gerry Conlon, Wrongfully Jailed for IRA Bombing, Dies at Age 60
Gerry Conlon, who was wrongly accused of a bombing carried out by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) in 1974, died Friday night at age 60 in his home in Falls Road, Belfast, following a long battle with cancer. Conlon, along with three others —...
Real IRA Warns Queen Elizabeth Against Visiting Ireland
Days Before Royal Wedding, Masked Man Says Group Will Send Queen A 'Message'
IRA Splinter Groups: More Attacks, Better Bombs
Forty significant terror attacks against national security targets, including bomb blasts and shootings. More than 130 attempted bombings and 200 other incidents involving shootings, sectarian violence and threats against the police and the military. That was Northern Ireland in 2010, not 1970.
Britain's Security Blanket for Royal Wedding Terror Triple Threat
England Threat Level 'Severe,' Authorities on the Lookout for Al Qaeda, Irish Dissidents, Anarchist Threats
Feb. 9, 1996: IRA Ends Ceasefire
Powerful bomb in the heart of London and all the obvious signs point to the Irish Republican Army ever since September 1994 the Irish Republican Army the IRA. And its Protestant rivals of abided by a cease fire. It agreed to the future of NORTHERN IRELAND would be settled of the negotiating table.
U.S. Releases Iraqi Papers on Bin Laden, WMDs
IRAQI DOCUMENTS RELEASED Newly Released Documents from Saddam Hussein's Archives Discuss Bin Laden, WMDs Following are the ABC News Investigative Unit's summaries of four of the nine Iraqi documents from Saddam Hussein's government, which were released by the U.S. government Wednesday. ( ABC News )
The Note: Mincing and Parsing
WASHINGTON, Mar. 16 With the United States facing so many difficult challenges at home and abroad, The Note decided to convene our usual focus groups of relatives and friends and friends of friends to get a sense of what real people are thinking about the nation's leaders, problems, and the future.
Sinn Fein Snubbed? -- March 20, 2005
A weekly feature on This Week . Voices/Images As usual, Gerry Adams, leader of the legal political arm of the Irish Republican Army, was in Washington for St. Patrick's Day. To protest recent IRA killings and crimes, Adams was denied his usual meetings with President Bush and top Democrats like Ted