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  1. Invitation to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong to speak at Calgary...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The London Free Press

    Lance Armstrong attends the World Congress on cancer in Montreal on Wednesday on Aug. 29, 2012. It was one of his first public appearances since his seven Tour de France titles were stripped from him.

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  2. Brewery finds name choice leaves bad taste on FacebookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    ... During Bloody Friday in 1972, 9 people were killed and over a hundred others were injured after the Irish Republican Army set off 26 bombs. "We find the humor in everything, but um that's still... it depends who you are, like an Irishman would never ...

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  3. Enda Kenny tells Gerry Adams to 'sort out' Stormont crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Independent.ie

    TAOISEACH Enda Kenny told Gerry Adams to use his influence to resolve the political impasse in the North as Stormont leaders continue to negotiate around the issue of welfare reform. Mr Kenny spoke briefly to the Sinn Fein president in Washington yesterday, urging him to focus on "sorting out" the ongoing crisis.

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  4. Flood hit North East homes could get affordable insurance by summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Chronicle Live

    Government says new insurance programme, Flood Re, is on track to be up and running within months, offering flood cover from A 210 Flood hit North East homeowners could soon be able to find affordable insurance with the Government saying a new scheme should be up and running by the summer. The Flood Re project will see an average of A 10.50 from all customers' bills diverted into a new pot, against which insurers will insure themselves against the potential increased claims caused by devastating weather.

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  5. How the White House snubbed Irish politicians on St. Patricka s DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The Washington Post

    A boy holds a picture of Gerry Adams during a May 3 protest rally on the Falls Road, West Belfast, Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland police are casting a wider net in their efforts to prove that Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams once commanded the outlawed Irish Republican Army and ordered the 1972 killing of a Belfast mother of 10, according to party colleagues and retired militants. 12 comments

  6. Stormont Spads now costing taxpayers almost 2m a yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Fermanagh Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A total of 19 special advisers - the bulk of whom are from the DUP and Sinn Fein - last year cost a total of A 1,967,240 in salaries, national insurance contributions, pension contributions and severance payments. 1 comment

  7. Orange is the new green for Enda as Taoiseach has his day in the sunRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Independent.ie

    As the Taoiseach polished off a serving of caramel pie in the ballroom of Washington's Capitol Building, he caught a glance of a familiar face from home. Gerry Adams, the man who Enda claims is "well aware" of the scale of the IRA sex abuse scandal, had decided to come to town.

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  8. '71 review: Sean Harris superb in Northern Ireland thrillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Sydney Morning Herald

    An atmospheric thriller set in Northern Ireland in the year that the first British soldier was killed in The Troubles, this is a story of a man stuck behind enemy lines, unsure which way is home and who to trust. It's a superb debut feature from director Yann Demange, who expertly captures the mood of ragged violence and the naivety of British forces arriving in the midst of a deeply complex political conflict.

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  9. Boots on the groundRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Almanac

    ... to the rifle-armed boy who leads Gary down the rabbit hole during the riot to teenage Provisional Irish Republican Army recruit Sean (Barry Keoghan), who marks Gary for death but struggles to finish the deed. The film's earlier scenes, establishing ...

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  10. Thursday, March 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... soldiers are shot to death after they were dragged from a car and beaten by mourners attending an Irish Republican Army funeral in Belfast, Northern Ireland. 1993 - Georgia shoots down a Russian warplane over the separatist Abkhazia region, killing ...

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  11. Major public sector strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | UTV

    Schools, public transport and the health service will be affected by a major public sector strike on Friday, which the unions insist will be the largest in decades. There has been a call for more visible policing in the Co Down village of Ballygowan following an alleged attempt to grab a girl at the weekend.

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  12. Villiers meets parties over welfareRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | UTV

    By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For more details about cookies and how to manage them, check our Cookie Policy There has been a call for more visible policing in the Co Down village of Ballygowan following an alleged attempt to grab a girl at the weekend.

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  13. Review: Incendiary ' '71' dramatizes Belfast during 'troubles'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The Daily Democrat

    The tense thriller -?'71" revisits "the troubles" 44 years ago in Belfast, Northern Ireland -- the deep-seated sectarian conflict that pitted Catholic IRA factions against Protestant Loyalists and soon involved the British army and the Provos. The film so adroitly blends physical intensity with emotional and political authenticity that you may find yourself forgetting to take a breath.

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  14. '71' will keep you on edge of your ... an hour agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The Victoria Advocate

    The tension never lets up in this gripping thriller that takes place in 1971 on the volatile streets of Belfast, where the city is divided by dueling factions, the Protestant Loyalists and Catholic Nationalists. Jack O'Connell turns in another compelling performance as a young British soldier left behind in hostile territory who must navigate the mean streets of Northern Ireland to find his way back to safety.

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  15. Francie Molloy apologises but Ian McCrea says MP should stand down over IRA sex abuse tweetRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Tyrone Times

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Sinn Fein MP Francie Molloy has "apologised for any offence" caused by a social media post he made over a BBC programme on the alleged sexual abuse carried out by an IRA man.

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  16. Adams believes alleged IRA male rape victimRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | UTV

    Paudie McGahon, now aged 40, was interviewed as part of a TV documentary, during which he claimed he was raped as a teenager in the 1990s by an IRA man who was staying at his family home. He alleged that the man who attacked him when he was 17 had been hiding at the property, which was used as a safe-house for the IRA.

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  17. Police prepare 'IRA rape' claim fileRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | BBC News

    Paudie McGahon has told BBC Spotlight he was raped as a teenager by an alleged IRA man and that the IRA later subjected him to a "kangaroo court" Irish police have confirmed that a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions over the alleged sexual assault of two males in County Louth in the 1990s. One of the complainants is Paudie McGahon, 40, who has alleged that he was raped by an IRA man when he was 17. Earlier, Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams said he believed Mr McGahon's story about being raped, however, he did not clarify whether he believed his claims that he was subjected to an IRA "kangaroo court".

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  18. Film review: Explosive portrayal of the Troubles in a a 71aRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... not just on his own instincts, but on a complicated web of people, including two factions of the Irish Republican Army, British loyalists and undercover agents. To add to the confusion, each group is double-crossing another. Meanwhile, Gary ...

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  19. Exclusive: 'Sinn Fein describing my abuse as "rubbish" is very hurtful' - Paudie McGahonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Independent.ie

    THE man at the centre of fresh allegations of IRA child sex abuse has criticised the reaction of some members of Sinn Fein to his story. Speaking exclusively to Independent.ie this evening, Paudie McGahon has said he has mixed feelings of "joy and sadness" at the reaction he has received after revealing that he was sexually assaulted when he was a teenager.

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  20. REVIEW: '71 breaks open the warzone that was BelfastRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2014 | Westender

    '71a Starring Jack O'Connell, Sam Reida Directed by Yann Demange In recent years, "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland have served as inspiration for some outstanding cinema, including the harrowing Hunger - which introduced director Steve McQueen and leading man Michael Fassbender to a wider audience - or the euphoric Good Vibrations - which delved into the largely uncelebrated Belfast punk scene. Working from a lean, limber script from Gregory Burke, the white knuckle-inducing debut from director Yann Demange deposits us in the urban warzone that was Belfast in 1971 and invites us to watch in astonishment as a neophyte British soldier navigates its treacherous streets.

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