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16 July 1998 Edition

Parades of Shame

16 July 1998

Despite the deaths of three children in Ballymoney the Orange Order still insisted on its sectarian marches in nationalist areas -- and, to the disgust of the whole world, their Drumcree protest which had led to the three deaths. Free article

Three little boys were dead

16 July 1998

Rain poured down as the three small coffins were lowered gently side by side into a single grave. Richard (10), Mark (9) and Jason (8) Quinn were buried in St Mary's Cemetery, Rasharkin as they died, together. Free article

Has the Orange a future?

16 July 1998

Brian Campbell examines the crisis facing the Orange Order and asks, are they capable of change? Free article


RUC man threatens resident

16 July 1998

An RUC man held a gun to the head of a resident and threatened to shoot him unless the crowd at a public meeting in Rathenraw Estate in Antrim on Sunday 12 July withdrew. Free article

Maginn grave desecrated

16 July 1998

Loyalists have desecrated the grave of a UDA murder victim who was killed as a result of collusion between paramilitaries and crown forces. Free article

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