Issue 2 - 2024 200dpi

11 June 1998 Edition

Paras back in Derry

11 June 1998

In a blatantly provocative move, the British Army deployed members of the Parachute Regiment in Derry last weekend. Free article

Constituency round-ups

11 June 1998

Of all the nicknames given to North Belfast, ``patchwork quilt'', rings the most true amongst the area's nationalists. Free article

Tensions rise in North Belfast

11 June 1998

Nationalist homes were again attacked in North Belfast in an area adjacent to the contentious route of the `Tour of the North' Orange march planned for 19 June. Free article

Tory leader backs murderers

11 June 1998

``We know they are going to get out, but what really grates is the fact that they are still serving members of the British army. They'll have maybe £60,000 in back money waiting for them when they get out, and we know that their families have been assured that they won't have to go back to Belfast, but that they'll probably be posted to Germany.'' Free article


Harassment increases

11 June 1998

RIR and RUC harassment and attacks on Nationalists in Craigavon have escalated in recent weeks. Free article

British spy devices found

11 June 1998

A huge quantity of British army surveillance equipment was discovered by a farmer on Monday 8 June on his farmland near Crossmaglen. Free article

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