A group of four men doused petrol over the main rooms of Killeen Castle in County Meath in the early hours of the morning on May 16, 1981, to highlight the cause of Bobby Sands and other republican prisoners at Long Kesh Prison.
The Burning of the Custom House occurred 100 years ago today, May 25, 1921, when the IRA seized and set fire to the Dublin building.
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The bombings in Dublin and Monaghan in May 1974 were one of the worst events of the Troubles.
Veteran Dennis Hutchings is due to stand trial in September for the attempted murder of mentally challenged John Pat Cunningham in County Tyrone in 1974.
Or should that heading read “Why do they call Londonderry ‘Derry’?”
British veterans known as Soldiers A and C were found not guilty of the 1972 murder of Official IRA leader Joe McCann this week after evidence was found to be inadmissible.
On this day, Bobby Sands died while campaigning for political prisoner status for IRA prisoners at Long Kesh.
The lack of a US ambassador in Dublin and US special envoy to Northern Ireland to impart American advice on the peace process has become notable.
The Historical Enquiries Team said in 2013 that Joe McCann's actions "did not amount to the level of specific threat which could have justified the soldiers opening fire."
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