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IRA is committed to peace, panel reports

June 29, 2018
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The Irish Republican Army has begun reducing its membership and shut down key units responsible for weapons-making, arms smuggling and training, an expert panel reported Wednesday in dramatic findings designed to spur a revival of Catholic-Protestant cooperation in Northern Ireland. (International Herald Tribune — 5 minutes ago)
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The Irish Republican Army has begun reducing its membership and shut down key units responsible for weapons-making, arms smuggling and training, an expert panel reported Wednesday. (MSNBC — 2 hours ago)
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Prime Minister Tony Blair said the door is now open to a final settlement of the Northern Ireland crisis following an independent commission’s report concluding that the Irish Republican Army is no longer engaged in terrorist activity. (International Herald Tribune — 2 hours ago)
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The door is now open to a final settlement in the Northern Ireland crisis following an independent commission’s report concluding that the Irish Republican Army’s terror campaign is over, Britain’s premier said Wednesday. (CNN — 3 minutes ago)
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THE Irish Republican Army no longer poses a security threat afterdecades of fighting British rule in Northern Ireland, theprovince’s ceasefire watchdog has said. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 hours ago)
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The Irish Republican Army (IRA) has changed fundamentally from the terror organisation that fought British rule in Northern Ireland for decades and now poses no security threat The UK Governments (ABC News — 8 hours ago)
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The British and Irish governments have welcomed a report the Irish Republican Army (IRA) has eschewed terrorism saying it paves the way for a final political settlement in Northern Ireland The rea (ABC News — 3 hours ago)
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British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrived Tuesday for talks with Spanish leaders on the Basque conflict, with Madrid hoping to draw on his experience in dealing with the IRA. (International Herald Tribune — 4 October, 2006)
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