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BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTSA2C
September 09, 2015
A pigeon flies past a mural supporting the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast,...
Belfast, BRITAIN
A pigeon flies past a mural supporting the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast...
A pigeon flies past a mural supporting the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast, September 9, 2015. Britain's secretary of state for Northern Ireland's Theresa Villiers is taking part in another round of cross-party talks at Stormont later today with the aim of resolving the crisis over a murder linked to the Irish Republican Army (IRA). REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTSA1Y
September 09, 2015
A man walks past a mural supporting the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast,...
Belfast, BRITAIN
A man walks past a mural supporting the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast...
A man walks past a mural supporting the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast, September 9, 2015. Britain's secretary of state for Northern Ireland's Theresa Villiers is taking part in another round of cross-party talks at Stormont later today with the aim of resolving the crisis over a murder linked to the Irish Republican Army (IRA). REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
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Gerry Adams Released - 06 May 2014
25 PICTURES
Politics
Politics
Gerry Adams Released - 06 May 2014
55 PICTURES
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Legacy of the IRA
27 PICTURES
Society
Society
Legacy of the IRA - 01 May 2014
40 PICTURES
Political Profile
Political Profile
Gerry Adams Arrested - 01 May 2014
51 PICTURES
IRISH -VIOLENCE/
RTX12HBX
August 11, 2013
A member of a Republican band takes part in a parade commemorating dead IRA members in the village of...
CASTLEDERG, United Kingdom
A member of a Republican band takes part in a parade commemorating dead IRA members in the village of...
A member of a Republican band takes part in a parade commemorating dead IRA members in the village of Castlederg, in County Tyrone August 11, 2013. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRISH-QUEEN/
RTR347LR
June 27, 2012
Britain's Queen Elizabeth shakes hands with Northern Ireland deputy first minister Martin McGuinness,...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth shakes hands with Northern Ireland deputy first minister Martin McGuinness...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth shakes hands with Northern Ireland deputy first minister Martin McGuinness, watched by first minister Peter Robinson (C) at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast June 27, 2012. Queen Elizabeth shook the hand of former Irish Republican Army (IRA) commander McGuinness for the first time on Wednesday, drawing a line under a conflict that cost the lives of thousands of soldiers and civilians, including that of her cousin. REUTERS/Paul Faith/pool (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
IRELAND-PRESIDENT/
RTR2TDLZ
October 29, 2011
Labour Party candidate Michael D. Higgins (C) celebrates officially being named the country's new president...
Dublin, Ireland
Labour Party candidate Michael D. Higgins celebrates officially being named the country's new president...
Labour Party candidate Michael D. Higgins (C) celebrates officially being named the country's new president with his wife, Sabina Coyne (purple), and other candidates in Dublin Castle October 29, 2011. Higgins, a former culture minister and part-time poet from Ireland's junior coalition party, was named president on Saturday after comfortably beating a reality TV star and an ex-IRA commander to the mainly ceremonial role. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
NORTHERNIRELAND/
RTR2CGLN
April 05, 2010
A dissident republican colour party parades through Derry's Creggan housing estate on their way to a...
Derry, United Kingdom
A dissident republican colour party parades through Derry's Creggan housing estate on their way to a...
A dissident republican colour party parades through Derry's Creggan housing estate on their way to a Republican Memorial service in the city April 5, 2010. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
IRISH-IRA/
RTXDYCI
April 13, 2009
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern...
United Kingdom
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland, April 13, 2009. The Real IRA, a splinter paramilitary group of the Irish Republican Army, have claimed responsibility for the murders of two soldiers at an Army Barracks in Antrim last month. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT POLITICS HEADSHOT)
BRITAIN
RTR1J74N
November 09, 2006
George Churchill Coleman (R), commander of the police anti-terrorist squad surveys the scene after a...
London, United Kingdom
Commander of the police anti-terrorist squad surveys scene after bomb exploded in Soho area of London...
George Churchill Coleman (R), commander of the police anti-terrorist squad surveys the scene after a bomb exploded in the Soho area of London April 6, 1992. There were no casualties in the blast and no warning was given. REUTERS/Andre Camara (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR16E8V
February 19, 2006
An armed police officer holds his self-loading carbine at a new security check point as tourists look...
London, United Kingdom
An armed police officer stands at a new security check point as tourists look on and miss their first...
An armed police officer holds his self-loading carbine at a new security check point as tourists look on and miss their first glance of London's St Paul's Cathedral, July 3, 1993. Security check points have been set up in London's financial City district to try and prevent a repetition of the blockbuster IRA bomb which wrecked the area earlier this year. REUTERS/Andre Camara
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXN4PM
January 07, 2005
A Northern Bank £20 sterling note is displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. [Northern...
Belfast, UK
A Northern Bank £20 sterling note is displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. [No.....
A Northern Bank £20 sterling note is displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. [Northern Ireland's police chief blamed the IRA on Friday for a 26.5 million pound ($49.72 million) bank raid in Belfast, an accusation that undermines efforts to hand back running of the British province to its divided Catholics and Protestants.] Northern Bank announced on Friday that it would withdraw all its paper banknotes in circulation and replace them with new ones in different colours at a cost of up to 5 million pounds.
IRISH BANK
RTRJYB1
January 07, 2005
Northern Bank sterling notes are displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. Northern...
Belfast, UK
Northern Bank sterling notes are displayed by Northern Bank in Belfast.
Northern Bank sterling notes are displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. Northern Ireland's police chief blamed the IRA on Friday for a 26.5 million pound ($49.72 million) bank raid in Belfast, an accusation that undermines efforts to hand back running of the British province to its divided Catholics and Protestants.Northern Bank announced on Friday that it would withdraw all its paper banknotes in circulation and replace them with new ones in different colours at a cost of up to 5 million pounds. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
IRISH BANK
RTRJY3H
January 07, 2005
A Northern Bank ?20 sterling note is displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. Northern...
Belfast, UK
Northern Bank ?20 sterling note is displayed by Northern Bank in Belfast.
A Northern Bank ?20 sterling note is displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. Northern Ireland's police chief blamed the IRA on Friday for a 26.5 million pound ($49.72 million) bank raid in Belfast, an accusation that undermines efforts to hand back running of the British province to its divided Catholics and Protestants.Northern Bank announced on Friday that it would withdraw all its paper banknotes in circulation and replace them with new ones in different colours at a cost of up to 5 million pounds. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/JV
IRISH BANK
RTRJY35
January 07, 2005
Northern Bank sterling notes are displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. Northern...
Belfast, UK
Northern Bank sterling notes are displayed by Northern Bank in Belfast.
Northern Bank sterling notes are displayed by a bank official in Belfast, January 7th, 2005. Northern Ireland's police chief blamed the IRA on Friday for a 26.5 million pound ($49.72 million) bank raid in Belfast, an accusation that undermines efforts to hand back running of the British province to its divided Catholics and Protestants.Northern Bank announced on Friday that it would withdraw all its paper banknotes in circulation and replace them with new ones in different colours at a cost of up to 5 million pounds. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRIBF6
December 15, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley reads a statement to the media at Hillsborugh Castle in...
Belfast, UK
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley reads statement to media at Hillsborugh Castle in County...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley reads a statement to the media at Hillsborugh Castle in County Down following his meeting with both British and Irish officials, December 15, 2004. IRA guerrillas said on Thursday they would never be "humiliated" by the photographing of their final acts of disarmament - the last sticking point in an Anglo-Irish drive for a Northern Ireland political settlement. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/SM
DUNDALK
RTRGURP
April 05, 2004
AGNES DAUGHTER OF JEAN MCCONVILLE STANDS OUTSIDE DUNDALK INQUEST INTO MURDER OF HER MOTHER 31 YEARS AGO....
Dundalk, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
AGNES DAUGHTER OF JEAN MCCONVILLE STANDS OUTSIDE DUNDALK INQUEST INTO MURDER OF HER ...
AGNES DAUGHTER OF JEAN MCCONVILLE STANDS OUTSIDE DUNDALK INQUEST INTO MURDER OF HER MOTHER 31 YEARS AGO. Agnes McConville, daughter of Jean McConville, stands outside the Dundalk court house, Dundalk, Ireland, April 5, 2004, during the official inquest into her mother's abduction and murder by the Irish Republican Army (IRA), 31 years ago. The remains of Jean McConville, a widowed mother of 10 children, were found in August 2003 close to where the IRA claim they buried her. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
IRISH DISAPPEARED
RTRGUQI
April 05, 2004
John Garland, who found the remains of Belfast woman Jean McConville, leaves the Dundalk court house,...
Dundalk, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
GARLAND WHO FOUND BODY OF MURDERED BELFAST MOTHER JEAN MCCONVILLE LEAVES THE DUNDALK INQUEST.
John Garland, who found the remains of Belfast woman Jean McConville, leaves the Dundalk court house, Dundalk, Ireland, April 5, 2004, during the official inquest into her abduction and murder by the Irish Republican Army (IRA), 31 years ago. The remains of Jean McConville, a widowed mother of 10 children, were found in August 2003 close to where the IRA claim they buried her. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/JD
IRELAND
RTRBQPL
October 07, 2002
Democratic Ulster Unionist Party leader Doctor Ian Paisley (L), flanked
by an unidentifed official,...
Belfast, UK
DEMOCRATIC ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY LEADER DOCTOR IAN PAISLEY LEAVES
STORMONT IN BELFAST.
Democratic Ulster Unionist Party leader Doctor Ian Paisley (L), flanked
by an unidentifed official, leaves the Stormont Parliment Buildings in
Belfast, Northern Ireland, October 7, 2002. The Ulster Unionist Party
is withdrawing from the power-sharing executive at Stormont following
allegations of IRA intelligence gathering. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM/NMB/WS
MIDEAST CHILDREN
RTR4AMZ
April 26, 2002
A Hamas member jumps over fire after they burnt three effigies of
Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon,...
Jabalya
A HAMAS MEMBER JUMPS OVER FIRE IN GAZA.
A Hamas member jumps over fire after they burnt three effigies of
Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon, Defence minister Benymin Ben
Eliezer and the Iraeli chief of staff Shaul Mofaz during a Hamas march
in Jabalya refugee camp in the north of Gaza Strip April 26,2002.
15,000 people marched in Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza Strip in
support for the contiuation of uprising against the Israeli occupation
in Gaza and the West Bank. Hamas officials called on Palestinian
teenagers to stop attempts to attack Jewish settlements in the Gaza
Strip after four boys, aged 14, died as they approached settlements
this week. REUTERS/ Ahmed Jadallah REUTERS

AJ
IRISH
RTR5LWY
June 24, 2000
Martin Galvin (L), a former official with Noraid, the Irish-American group which raises funds for the...
Dundalk, Ireland
GALVIN AND MAKCEY OF THE 32 COUNTY SOVEREIGNITY MOVEMENT MEET IN DUNDALK.
Martin Galvin (L), a former official with Noraid, the Irish-American group which raises funds for the IRA, and Francis Mackey, Chairman of the 32 County Sovereignity Movement, smile after a press conference given near Dundalk, county Louth, June 24. The movement is campaigning for a united Ireland but rejects the Good Friday peace agreement.

AS/FMS
IRISH
RTR5LW4
June 24, 2000
Martin Galvin, a former official with Noraid, the Irish-American group which raises funds for the IRA,...
Dundalk, Ireland
MARTIN GALVIN OF THE 32 COUNTY SOVEREIGNITY MOVEMENT MEETS IN DUNDALK IRELAND.
Martin Galvin, a former official with Noraid, the Irish-American group which raises funds for the IRA, speaks to the media during a press conference given by the 32 County Sovereignity Movement near Dundalk, county Louth, June 24. The movement is campaigning for a united Ireland but rejects the Good Friday peace agreement.

AS/FMS
IRISH
RTRSY10
December 03, 1999
The new Northern Ireland Minister for Education Martin McGuinness sits at his new desk during an interview...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NORTHERN IRELAND EDUCATION SECRETARY MCGUINNESS SITS IN NEW OFFICE IN STORMONT.
The new Northern Ireland Minister for Education Martin McGuinness sits at his new desk during an interview at Stormont Paraliment Buildings Belfast, December 3. After the appointment of an interlocutor for the IRA, General John de Chastelain is expected to have his first report on decomissioning ready by next week. The British province achieved home rule for the first time in twenty five years yesterday when the newly-formed power sharing executive was officially empowered.

AS/AA
IRISH
RTRSY0R
December 03, 1999
Northern Irish Minister for Education Martin McGuinness smiles during an interview in his new office...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NORTHERN IRELAND EDUCATION SECRETARY MCGUINNESS SITS IN NEW OFFICE IN STORMONT.
Northern Irish Minister for Education Martin McGuinness smiles during an interview in his new office at Stormont Paraliment Buildings Belfast, December 3. After the appointment of an interlocutor for the IRA, General John de Chastelain is expected to have his first report ready by next week. The British province achieved home rule for the first time in twenty five years yesterday when the newly-formed power sharing executive was officially empowered.

AS/AA
IRISH
RTRQMIK
July 24, 1999
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams speaks during the 'Ard Comhairle', an extraordinary meeting of Sinn Fein...
Dublin, Ireland
SINN FEIN'S GERRY ADAMS IN SINN FEIN EXTRAORDINARY MEETING.
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams speaks during the 'Ard Comhairle', an extraordinary meeting of Sinn Fein in Dublin on July 24. Sinn Fein met to consider its official response to last week's failed attempt to form a power-sharing executive in Northern Ireland. Three days ago the IRA issued a statement in which it blamed the Ulster Unionists Party for the impasse.

FP/PS
CRIME EINHORN
RTR6M7K
February 18, 1999
Ira Einhorn, a 1960's American counter-culture guru, leaves court after a request for his extradition...
Bordeaux, France
FILE PHOTO OF IRA EINHORN.
Ira Einhorn, a 1960's American counter-culture guru, leaves court after a request for his extradition to the United States on murder charges was approved by a French court, February 18, 1999. Philadelphia city officials said July 24, 2000 that the French government has approved the extradition of Einhorn to the United States to face a new trial for the 1977 murder of his girlfriend, Helen "Holly" Maddux. The Philadelphia district attourney's office issued a statement saying Einhorn would have 60 days to mount a final appeal after French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin signed the papers to extradite him late last week.

MAL/CLH/
IRELAND
RTXHKAN
April 20, 1997
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams (2nd L) officiates at his party's annual conference April 20. The IRA's...
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams (2nd L) officiates at his party's annual conference April 20. The IR.....
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams (2nd L) officiates at his party's annual conference April 20. The IRA's political wing began its conference with a call for votes in Britain's May 1 general election to force the next London government to invite it to peace talks.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXGPNY
June 10, 1996
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams extends his arms as he pleads with a Northern Ireland Office liaison...
Belfast, UK
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams extends his arms as he pleads with a Northern Ireland Office liaison.....
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams extends his arms as he pleads with a Northern Ireland Office liaison official (R) for an explanation for Sinn Fein's exclusion from the multi-party talks on the future of the province being held inside Stormont's Castle Buildings June 10. Listening on is Sinn Fein spokesman Martin McGuinness (c). Sinn Fein, who won 17 seats in elections held on May 30, are being excluded for their failure to secure an IRA ceasefire
RTRELP
March 24, 1996
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (L) and party official Martin McGuiness (C) talk to a colleague at the...
Ireland
GERRY ADAMS AND MARTIN MCGUINESS TALK AT THE SINN FEIN ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (L) and party official Martin McGuiness (C) talk to a colleague at the Sinn Fein annual conference March 24. Speakers discounted prospects of an early resumption of the IRA ceasefire.

BRITAIN IRELAND
SHAPIRO
RTXG5GY
March 28, 1995
USTR senior official Ira Shapiro talks in an interview at the American Embassy in Tokyo March 28. The...
USTR senior official Ira Shapiro talks in an interview at the American Embassy in Tokyo March 28. Th.....
USTR senior official Ira Shapiro talks in an interview at the American Embassy in Tokyo March 28. The United States faces tough obstacles in talks on better access to Japan's automotive market, but still hopes to wrap up the negotiations in the coming weeks, Shapiro said
LONDON
RTRJ0JR
April 24, 1993
The bomb damaged blast area of the City of London after two bomb blasts ripped through the City of London...
London, United Kingdom
The bomb damaged blast area of the City of London.
The bomb damaged blast area of the City of London after two bomb blasts ripped through the City of London April 24, 1993. At least 30 people were injured in the blast. REUTERS/Andre Camara AC
LONDON
RTR1BF
April 24, 1993
The bomb damaged area of the City of London is seen in this April 24, 1993 file photo after two blasts...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BOMB DAMAGED AREA OF CITY OF LONDON IS SEEN IN THIS FILE PHOTOGRPAH.
The bomb damaged area of the City of London is seen in this April 24, 1993 file photo after two blasts ripped through a few of the the buildings in the area. Dozens of poeple were injured in the blast. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE REUTERS/Andre Camara AC/CMC
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