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Provisional Irish Republican Army

Disbanded Irish Republican paramilitary group

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Provisional Irish Republican Army: Disbanded Irish Republican paramilitary group
The Irish Republican Army, also known as the Provisional Irish Republican Army, was an Irish republican paramilitary organisation that sought to end British rule in Northern Ireland, facilitate Irish reunification and bring about an independent republic encompassing all of Ireland. It was the most active republican paramilitary group during the Troubles. It saw itself as the successor to the original IRA and called itself simply the Irish Republican Army (IRA), or Óglaigh na hÉireann in Irish, and was broadly referred to as such by others. The IRA was designated a terrorist organisation in the United Kingdom and an illegal organisation in the Republic of Ireland.

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John Downey 'active participant' in Hyde Park bombing

The IRA attack in 1982 killed four soldiers from the Household Cavalry and injured 31 people.
BBC News - Published

High Court rules IRA suspect John Downey was 'active participant' in Hyde Park bombing

The High Court has ruled that a convicted IRA member was an "active participant" in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing after a case was brought by victims' families.
Independent - Published

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Court rules Downey an 'active participant' in IRA bombing [Video]Court rules Downey an 'active participant' in IRA bombing

Convicted IRA member John Downey was an "active participant" in the July 1982 Hyde Park bombing, the High Court has ruled. Families of four British soldiers killed in the bombing brought a civil case..

Credit: ODN     Duration: 02:01Published

 

Guildford pub bombings: Legal aid refusal 'a betrayal'

Five people were killed and 65 injured when two IRA bombs exploded in Guildford in 1974.
BBC News - Published

Killing of IRA member Seamus Bradley by British soldier was 'unjustified', coroner rules

'He was running across open ground. He had no weapon'
Independent - Published

New IRA: The Derry estate in the shadow of paramilitaries

Emma Vardy reports on one of Northern Ireland's last hotbeds of violent, dissident republicanism.
BBC News - Published

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