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Blasts end Xmas truce in Ulster TWO blasts yesterday ended the Christmas truce in Northern Ireland. The coffee-jar bombs were

Blasts end Xmas truce in Ulster TWO blasts yesterday ended the Christmas truce in Northern Ireland. The coffee-jar bombs were

Blasts end Xmas truce in Ulster TWO blasts yesterday ended the Christmas truce in Northern Ireland. The coffee-jar bombs were thrown at the Rosemount police station in Londonderry but there were no reports of injuries.
28 December 1992 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IN BRIEF Fears for truce THE Northern Ireland peace process was in crisis today after loyalists tried to kill a

IN BRIEF Fears for truce THE Northern Ireland peace process was in crisis today after loyalists tried to kill a

IN BRIEF Fears for truce THE Northern Ireland peace process was in crisis today after loyalists tried to kill a top republican. Eddie Copeland, 25, escaped with leg injuries in a car bombing in north Belfast, apparently in revenge for the IRA shooting
23 December 1996 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
'* ' ii GAME 11 HAS NOW® BEEN WON Sd Pick 'n' Play Bingo is taking a festive Break and

'* ' ii GAME 11 HAS NOW® BEEN WON Sd Pick 'n' Play Bingo is taking a festive Break and

IRA wab beginning its Christmas ceasefire BBk -i:V !~^i ffi^‘iT i. l s-bssssSiiw * ' '■■kL. ' I, : is a Christmas truce. • * V' ■’ •' IRELAND: The Quiet Man, the 1952 Gorbachep set to mitt Kriok% responding to the IRA ceasefire. . „■. > , ' m. «.. r,-..
24 December 1991 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Come clean on tax rises, Brown urged

Come clean on tax rises, Brown urged

Ex-Orange chief predicts Ulster marching truce NORTHERN Ireland will not erupt in violence over next Sunday’s Drumcree Orange Order parade, it was predicted yesterday after another Orange march barred from a nationalist
30 June 1997 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GIRLS LURE ARMY TWO TO DEATH

GIRLS LURE ARMY TWO TO DEATH

British “oppression," the movement said in Dublin yesterday. . The decision has been taken in the face of calls for a truce in Northern Ireland. Provisionals rejected the British White Paper proposals ‘on the future Ulster as inadequate, and called on Britain
24 March 1973 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
hoaxer causes chaos

hoaxer causes chaos

THE IRA has declared a Christmas truce in Northern Ireland on the same day that a bon caller caused chaos in ' iii •—»*«-* AgtAMi inree ifi*ini«nu ciitcs wiin bomb threats. Security chiefs had been expecting nan to ine violence and
24 December 1992 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Provo truce 6a mockery' ULSTER'S wave of bomb- aitione could play their Inas has turned the Pro- pan in working

Provo truce 6a mockery' ULSTER'S wave of bomb- aitione could play their Inas has turned the Pro- pan in working

wave of bomb- aitione could play their Inas has turned the Pro- pan in working out the future far Northern visional IRA truce into Ireland. a "Mockery and ro travesty." Mr. Merlyn 'b et th e ev ent s at the lam Rees, the Northern few days are a meeker, Ireland
25 September 1975 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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lister

that unless there marked change In lie of the security forces mmediate future. c to reconsider our posi• rding the truce." orthern Ireland Office $t night making no sts about the violence In erlyn Rees. Secretary for Northern Ireland. night: "I make it
11 August 1975 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
the IRA

the IRA

the campaign of violenc e against British "oppression." The decision ha , been taken in the face of calls for u truce in Northern Ireland. In a statement from Dublin. the Provisionals rejected the British White Paper prowls:lls on the future of Ulster
23 March 1973 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England