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Irish republicans pay tribute to Bobby Sands by reading his diary entries

Former Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams says that to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Bobby Sands hunger strike, 17 activists will read one of Bobby’s 17 diary entries.

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Nationalists in the North of Ireland protest PSNI

An egregiously insensitive example of PSNI harassment has led to a surge in nationalist support for disbandment of the hated police force.

A small number of survivors and families of victims of an infamous loyalist atrocity were set upon last week as they gathered in a socially distanced manner to lay flowers on the memorial site where the killings took place, on Belfast’s Lower Ormeau Road.

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Ireland: Mother & Baby Homes report a whitewash — but Church and State are guilty!

For years, survivors and adoptees of so-called ‘mother and baby homes’ have sought justice. Governments promised they’d get it. Sadly, all they’ve received from official Ireland this week is yet another slap in the face

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Ireland – Regime of Fear in Women’s Prison 0

Amid world-wide concern for the health and well being of prisoners during the coronavirus pandemic the hidden plague of abuse and ill treatment of the most vulnerable in Irish society once again raises its head in Ireland

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Perfidious Albion

The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, warned the British government that any reneging on its responsibilities will mean that Britain’s signature on everything from trade agreements to Treasury bonds will be worthless

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The Choctaws – A Debt Repaid 0

The Irish proverb: “Is ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine.” translates as: “We all live in each other’s shadow.” In other words we are all interlinked

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April 27, 2020. November, Like a Hole in the Heart

November, Like a Hole in the Heart. A poem by Séamas Carraher

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Feminists in Ireland release letter in solidarity with “our friends in Rojava”

The following letter has been signed by feminists living in Ireland, including WSM members

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How the 31 August IRA cessation happened

The IRA cessation is 25 years old this week. August 1994 was an intense month. To be honest, neither Martin nor I really knew if we would succeed

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