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Stand up to criminal gangs – Gerry Adams at Burns/Moley Commemoration in South Armagh

1 March 2015

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD today spoke at the annual commemoration for IRA Volunteers Brendan Burns and Brendan Moley, who were killed in a premature bomb explosion in 1988. Free article

Fian Tobias Molloy commemorative events in Tyrone

11 July 2012

18-year-old Fianna Éireann recruit Tobias Molloy was fatally wounded by a British soldier at the notorious ‘Camel’s Hump’ border checkpoint in Strabane on 16th July 1972 Free article

European Court of Human Rights orders release of ETA prisoner 23 years in jail

11 July 2012

Spain extended Ines del Rio Prada's imprisonment until 2017, claiming that negative changes to remission rules in 2006 applied to her retrospectively Free article

Martin Corey’s continued detention on secretive evidence ‘outrageous’

10 July 2012

The High Court has ruled Corey's detention is a breach of the European Convention of Human Rights Free article

RTÉ acts as recruiting sergeant for British Army?

10 July 2012

Recruiting ads for foreign army appear on RTÉ website Free article

Video: Óglach Joe McDonnell Commemoration 2012

10 July 2012

Family, friends and comrades of Hunger Striker Óglach Joe McDonnell commemorate the 31st anniversary of Joe's death on Hunger Strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh on July 8th 1981 Free article

TV: John Creedon on Dublin 1916, Martin Sheen on his IRA and anti-Franco uncles

10 July 2012

Two programmes on RTÉ One TV on Monday night and worth catching again are ‘Creedon’s Cities’ and Martin Sheen in ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Free article

Government’s convention ignores key human rights, says Amnesty International Ireland

10 July 2012

Fine Gael and Labour had previously supported legislation to amend the Constitution to include rights to housing and healthcare Free article

Cork City Council unanimously supports Sinn Féin motion for marriage equality

10 July 2012

Monday night's vote follows a similar motion by Sinn Féin being passed by Belfast City Council last week Free article

Back to School Allowance: Parents urged to apply early

9 July 2012

Last year, many thousands of families had to wait well into October before receiving their entitlements for school clothing and footwear Free article

Martin Corey’s release ordered by Belfast High Court

9 July 2012

Corey’s detention is a breach of the European Convention of Human Rights, court says Free article

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