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The Drumcondra ambush

20 January 2021

January 2021 marks the centenary of the ambush in Drumcondra, Dublin, which was a tragic and costly defeat for the IRA and led to the fatal wounding of one Volunteer, the capture and subsequent executions of four Volunteers, and a life sentence for another. Free article

Cruel and shameful denial of Finucane inquiry once again exposes British 'justice'

30 November 2020

The cruel and shameful decision by the British government not to hold a public inquiry into the murder of human rights lawyer Pat Finucane has once again exposed the fact that British state is unwilling and unable to admit to its role in the conflict. Free article

Journalists get landmark damages from PSNI over Loughinisland arrest

27 November 2020

Two journalists who highlighted the extent of British collusion with loyalists in the Loughinisland massacre will receive a huge payout in damages from the PSNI after a legal case over their arrest and the unlawful seizure of their files. Free article

Remembering the Past – Centenary of the Kilmichael ambush

27 November 2020

On the late afternoon of Sunday 28 November 1920, the flying column of the Third West Cork Brigade of the Irish Republican Army lay concealed in ambush positions in a rocky, heathery glen. Their leader was Tom Barry, a former member of the British Army, who had joined the Republican Movement and helped to pioneer guerilla warfare by the IRA’s flying columns. Free article

'We know who pulled the trigger, we want to know who pulled the strings' - John Finucane tells Oireachtas committee

26 November 2020

There has been another powerful display of support both in Ireland and across the world for a full public inquiry into the murder of human rights lawyer, Pat Finucane. Free article

Horrific murder of Loughnane brothers by the Auxiliaries

26 November 2020

One of the most shocking incidents of British terror in Ireland occurred 100 years ago when the Loughnane brothers, Pat and Harry, were kidnapped and brutally tortured by the Auxiliaries. Free article

Pat Gilhooley – An Appreciation

25 November 2020

Owen Carron marks the mammoth contribution of Pat Gilhooley to the Republican Movement and the political, social and agricultural life of Leitrim. Free article

Public inquiry into Finucane murder needed now - Michelle O'Neill

24 November 2020

In this article, Sinn Féin Leas Uachtarán Michelle O'Neill calls on the British government to announce a full public inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane. Free article

Political leaders in joint call for inquiry into Pat Finucane murder

22 November 2020

Political leaders in the north have joined together to call on the British government to immediately announce a public inquiry into the murder of human rights lawyer, Pat Finucane. Free article

From Amritsar to Croke Park to the Bogside

21 November 2020

The massacre of 14 civilians by British forces at Croke Park on Bloody Sunday 1920 echoed the massacre at Amritsar in India the year before and prefigured Derry’s Bloody Sunday of 1972. Free article

Mary Lou McDonald: We remember each of the fourteen who lost their lives on Bloody Sunday 1920

21 November 2020

It is right and fitting that we mark the anniversary of the centenary of Bloody Sunday 1920 today. Free article

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