37 min ago | This is South Wales
THE parents of a soldier gunned down in a terrorist attack in Staffordshire today told of their horror that another soldier had been killed in Woolwich - leaving another family devastated.
4 hrs ago | Russia Beyond the Headlines
Vladimir Putin could well play a decisive role at the G8 summit in Northern Ireland, where Syria is the most difficult problem faced by world leaders Moscow hopes that the 2013 G8 summit will contribute to tackling the Syrian standoff.
8 hrs ago | Irish Republican News
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has accused the British government of breaching commitments given during peace talks over a decade ago following the arrest of leading Donegal Sinn Fein member John Downey.
13 hrs ago | Indymedia.ie
In 2006, it became public knowledge, that Britain's SS helped the IRA organize 'human bomb' attacks, in a tactic involving, forcing civilians, to drive car bombs into British army checkpoints with devastating consequence.
17 hrs ago | Slugger O'Toole
Great bit of on the spot photojournalism from Simon Whittaker. During the filming of last nights Question Time by Mentorn Media for the BBC, he captured the notes attached to the television camera.
20 hrs ago | BBC News
Sinn Fein have said they are seeking an "immediate explanation" from the BBC after a floor plan for the BBC Question Time programme referred to John O'Dowd as 'Sinn Fein/IRA'. Mr O'Dowd said he had agreed to take part in the programme on the basis of "respect and equality". "After the programme was finished I was made aware of the floor plan pinned ... (more)
20 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today
The BBC has confirmed it is investigating how a floor plan for Question Time on Thursday night came to feature the letters 'SF/IRA' beside the name of panellist John O'Dowd. The Sinn Fein minister said he has lodged a formal complaint with the BBC in Belfast and asked for an explanation on the issue.
We've been here before and we'll be back here again. It's the same old song every time a terrorist atrocity strikes at the heart of Britain.
Terrorism has always been driven by technology. Fenian dynamite terrified 19th-century Britain just as IRA semtex did a few generations later - both "weapons of mass destruction" of their day.
Yesterday's horrific daylight terror attack in London, which left one British soldier dead, is another reminder that Islamic fundamentalists will stop at nothing to terrorize free societies.
Two men accused of butchering a British soldier had been part of previous investigations by security services, a British official said Thursday, as investigators searched several locations and tried to determine whether the men were part of a wider plot to instill terror on the streets of London.
A MOTHER whose son was killed by a terrorist bomb says the arrest of a man and subsequent murder charge in relation to an IRA attack in 1982 gives hope her son's alleged killers could eventually be brought to justice.
The man who three times inspected the IRA's weapons dumps prior to decommissioning has said that it is impossible to say that the IRA destroyed all its weapons.
A MAN with a meat cleaver in his blood-stained hands stands on a street corner in south-east London and talks into a passer-by's mobile phone about why he has just hacked a British soldier to death.
An IRA victim last night told of her anguish at the SDLP's apparent decision to give Sinn Fein enough signatures to block a bill to ban killer ministerial advisers.
Sinn Fein has called for the immediate release of Dongal man John Downey, arrested and charged earlier today in connection with the 1982 Hyde Park bombing.
Two men armed with a machete, guns and other weapons attacked and killed a bystander - reportedly a soldier - on a street near a South London military barracks Wednesday in what officials are treating as a terrorist assault.