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THE VIOLENCE GOES ON-IRA

THE VIOLENCE GOES ON-IRA

continue the campaign of violence against British "oppression." The decision has been taken in the face of calls for a truce in Northern Ireland. In a statement from Dublin, the Provisionals relected the British White Paper proposals on the future of Ulster
23 March 1973 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Aberdeen d fight to cut

Aberdeen d fight to cut

WHAT were the big news and sports stories of IMS? The war in Bosniathe uneasy truce in Northern Ireland „ the Dons Coca- Cola Cup triumph... Alex Collie’s Freedom of the city. The Evening Express turns back the clock and looks
27 December 1995 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Whitelaw: Prove terror claim

Whitelaw: Prove terror claim

Dublin, Cathal Goulding, chief-of-staff of the Official IRA., denied reports that his men were ready to break their truce in Northern Ireland. Reports had suggested that hundreds of fully-armed men were standing by in Belfast to Join the Provisional I.R.A
17 July 1972 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Republican chief slams Ulster's 'mad Provos'

Republican chief slams Ulster's 'mad Provos'

MacGiolla, President of the Official Sinn Fein, political banner carrier s for the Official I R A, who called a truce in Northern Ireland more than five years ago. He told the party's annual conference in Dublin that the Provisionals were " the mad provos"
06 March 1978 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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POST

Broken pledge ALL the evidence available suggests that the reason given by the IRA for the ending of the 13-day truce in \orthern Ireland was carefully s t a g e managed; that, having gained time to build up their strength and secure the release of some
10 July 1972 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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~ ,• ik Rock on ~. court .. . .. ~.,.. .. I gives go-ahead to the new Teds .

planer and it just snowballed." giicktile ei cur i e , s 2 Fub a licity e ma r. r :3lgrit " Clement's-close. 'truce. - , . .. . From Ireland - '• .. • Since then membership . =athroughout Cornwall and "We have members in Ireland who • come to our gigs
23 July 1981 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
to help the fight against world famine.

to help the fight against world famine.

Charlton, who is one of the trustees, admitted: "Football is the biggest sport in Sports Page Notices Roche strikes Italian truce to IRELAND'S Stephen Roth., whose success has upset the keep in pin cycling on to the overall ir t pink for the third co on s secutive
09 June 1987 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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The I irmin(e) ham

unless thPre marked change In lie of the security forces Immediate future, we e to reconsider our posierding the truce." gorthern Ireland Office st night making no its about the violence In mollshe station also ws was "a attitude In the will hat lion
11 August 1975 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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Rees in new

his office at brigade headquarters. It was an irony for this afternoon a dramatic bid was being made to turn the truce in Northern Ireland into a lasting peace. Ulster Secretary Mr Merlyn Rees was pledging in the Commons the phased ending of internment
14 January 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Builders' 'mud bath` will ease company THE BUILDING site "rivers of mud - which have plagued home owners in Bracknell's

Builders' 'mud bath` will ease company THE BUILDING site "rivers of mud - which have plagued home owners in Bracknell's

at Clay Cross or Shrewsbury, is paralleled bj the more obvious violence in Vietnam. "The social contract and the truce in Northern Ireland look like the ill-fated Kissinger peace formula and the upsurge of violence and lawlessness could soon follow ..
01 May 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England