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South Armagh criminals should get off the backs of the people and the Peace Process

27 February 2015

THE ATTEMPT TO KILL Frank McCabe Jnr outside Crossmaglen on Wednesday represents a new, violent escalation in the activities of crime gangs in the south Armagh and north Louth region. Free article

RIP Patsy McGarvey – 'A true patriot'

27 February 2015

Republicans mourn loss of Castlederg Sinn Féin activist Patsy McGarvey Free article

Seachain an Díomá Má Theipeann ar Syriza

27 February 2015

CHUIR lucht frith-dhéine ar fud na hEorpa fáilte mhór roimh bua Syriza sa nGréig, ag súil go raibh tús curtha le troid ar ais ó aicmí is pobail a d’fulaing go géar ar mhaithe le lucht an airgid mhóir a shabhail ón anró. Free article

1916 commemoration should be rescued from revisionists

24 February 2015

WRITERS at the Irish Independent were were left experiencing an acute bout of cognitive dissonance at the announcement by Sinn Féin of their centenary commemorations programme for the 1916 Rising. Free article

23 February 1985 – Three Strabane IRA Volunteers cut down by hail of SAS bullets

23 February 2015

Three young IRA Volunteers in Strabane, County Tyrone, were mown down by a British Army/SAS unit as they crossed open fields in darkness to dump weapons intended for an ambush which had been postponed. No warnings were given as Volunteers Charles Breslin and brothers Michael and David Devine perished in a hail of over 100 bullets. Free article

Edward Daly, Limerick-born executed 1916 leader

22 February 2015

EDWARD 'NED' DALY, one of the executed 1916 leaders and commandant of the Fourth Battalion, where some of the fiercest fighting of the Rising took place, was born on Frederick Street, Limerick, in February 1891. Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 2 - Number 12

20 February 2015

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 2 - Number 12 newspaper, first published 20th February 1915 Free article

Motion for statue to 1916 heroes on O'Connell Street passed

19 February 2015

Dublin's Central Area Committee votes in favour of move to erect statue to men and women of 1916 Easter Rising. Free article

Community workers rally against cuts and privatisation

19 February 2015

Community workers protest outside the Department of Environment and Local Government in Dublin Free article

The economic alternative for Greece and Ireland is equality

19 February 2015

Equality embraces democratic control of the economy, sustainable investment, enterprise and growth strategies Free article

Lá gníomaíochta á eagrú ag Sinn Féin ar fud Bhéal Feirste ar son Acht na Gaeilge

16 February 2015

Bhí baill de Sinn Féin amuigh dé Shathairn 14ú Mí Feabhra ag tacú leis an éileamh i bhfabhar Acht na Gaeilge. Free article

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