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The families of victims of IRA terrorist attacks accuse Tony Blair of betrayal over secret deals with Sinn Fein and Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
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A baby is being treated in hospital following an incident in east Belfast and pipe bombs thrown at homes in Londonderry are being treated as racist attacks.
EXCLUSIVE : AN IRA plot to murder Prince Philip in a bomb attack during an official visit to Sydney has been revealed for the first time in claims by a retired spy.
Dozens protested in Westminster after the government announced it would not appeal against the dropped prosecution of an alleged bomber John Downey.
John Downey mistakenly received a so-called 'comfort letter' as part of the Good Friday Agreement.
The revelation that an administrative scheme to deal with IRA 'On the Run's' has been operating quietly for at least 13 years has angered some of those bereaved by the Bloody Sunday massacre and other state killings.
Northern Ireland authorities say letter bombs have been found at two postal sorting offices, weeks after similar packages were sent to army facilities in England.
Lisburn Ulster Unionists have reacted with outrage to comments made by local MLA Basil McCrea during the debate about the 'on-the-runs' in the Assembly.
Hundreds of bikers converged on the former Massereene barracks site in Antrim on Sunday to remember two soldiers murdered outside the base in 2009.
Northern Ireland's chief constable has insisted members of his oversight body - the Policing Board - were fully briefed about a process to deal with on-the-run IRA suspects.
A former British army agent inside the IRA has abandoned his legal battle over the newspaper publication of his photograph.
A Westminster inquiry into the IRA comfort letters could begin within a fortnight and is likely to require the attendance of Tony Blair, Peter Hain and Martin McGuinness, its chairman last night said.
A lawyer who has represented many victims of terrorism has raised concerns about revelations that the number of IRA fugitives being sought by police collapsed from 75 to 16 in the space of a year.
Ministers may have misled Parliament over a scheme in which secret letters were sent to IRA fugitives telling them they were not wanted for Troubles crimes, DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has said.
Gerry Moriarty reports in yesterday's Irish Times highlights the tragic case of the Ballymurphy families of eleven victims on and over several days after the introduction of internment.