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- Freedom for IRA man linked to 1982 Hyde Park bomb Updated: Feb-25-14 3:25 pm
- UK: Crude bombs sent to army recruitment offices Updated: Feb-13-14 3:57 pm
LONDON - 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.
DUBLIN - The British government announced Thursday it will appoint a judge to investigate its long-secret policy of supplying letters to Irish Republican Army fugitives promising them protection from arrest. The issue is dividing Northern Ireland's unity government. Why? The AP explains.
BELFAST, Maine - Belfast police say they arrested a Maine woman who tried to ram an officer after she became agitated while waiting at a credit union to get money for diapers.
DUBLIN - An Irish Republican Army veteran charged with the IRA killing of four soldiers in London's Hyde Park in 1982 has been freed from custody after a judge ruled that the British government misled the man into thinking he could travel to England without fear of arrest.
LONDON - The British government said Thursday that crude but viable package bombs sent to seven British army recruitment offices appear to be the work of Northern Ireland militants.