Omagh

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Liam Campbell is awaiting the outcome of an appeal over his extradition to Lithuania on terrorism charges. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

It would be “utterly pointless” to grant an order sought by a man found civilly liable for the Omagh bombing to vindicate his rights pending the outco(...)

Liam Campbell (58), Upper Faughart, Dundalk, Co Louth, is currently awaiting the outcome of a Court of Appeal decision against a High Court order last June for his extradition. Photograph:  Courtpix

A man found civilly liable for the Omagh bombing has claimed failures relating to an EU legal framework have breached his rights as he awaits the outc(...)

The aftermath of the Omagh bombing in August 1998. Photograph: Frank Miller

The former Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt has “escaped justice” for his role in the 1998 Omagh bombing, the father of one of the victims has said. (...)

   Andrew Johnson: it has been generally accepted that he was among the worst holders of the office of US president

He had been a polarising president, cherished, as well as deplored, for his excitability, his stubbornness, and his gift for demagoguery. His hair-tri(...)

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams (L) with Martin McGuinness at the King’s Hall in Belfast on May 23rd, 1998. File photograph: Max Nash/AP Photo

A senior Irish diplomat told British officials that Sinn Féin’s leadership might not be able to bring all republican militants together with party lea(...)

Patrick Stanley (16) from Clara, Co Offaly, was killed by the bomb in Belturbet, Co Cavan,  in 1972.

December 28th was the Catholic feast day of The Holy Innocents, Joseph Stanley often recalled in the years that followed 1972, the day that everything(...)

The court heard claims of an alleged plan to attack Shannon Airport ‘to show support for Arab terrorists because of the use of Shannon Airport for the transportation of American troops’. File image: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The New IRA’s alleged leadership was secretly recorded in talks about a “hard economic bombing campaign” and cyber attacks on the United Kingdom, the (...)

Supporters invade the pitch at Healy Park following Dungannon’s win over Trillick. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho

Ulster GAA has responded strongly to the scenes at Sunday evening’s Tyrone football final, threatening that all of its matches in Northern Ireland may(...)

The North’s health minister, Robin Swann: could not rule out a return to a full lockdown. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA Wire

Northern Ireland’s Department of Health (DoH) reported 34 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, bringing the total number of people who have tested p(...)

Health minister Robin Swann arriving for the daily media broadcast at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, in Belfast. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA Wire

The North’s Executive is to consider reintroducing some restrictions to limit the spread of coronavirus when it meets on Thursday. These could inclu(...)

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